Japanese manufacturer announces 35mm DIY analog camera

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Have you ever wanted to try making a camera? Well, with this new device from Superheadz and Powershovel, Ltd, building and customizing your own snapper has never been this fun and easy.

According to Superheadz, this do-it-yourself (DIY) 35mm analog camera—dubbed as the “Last Camera”—can be pieced together in just a few hours. It has an open-ended design that allows for endless possibilities in terms of camera customization as it lets you modify and replace its parts whenever and however you like. You can even customize the way you want to see things through the camera as it is compatible with both a 22mm wide-angle lens and a 45mm standard size lens. It even has a number of customizable photo effects to choose from and two backdoors so you can experiment with light leaks.

The manufacturers said that the release date will be at the end of September. You can check out some more photos and info about the Last Camera at Superheadz’s official site (it’s in Japanese, though). We’re definitely excited to try one of these gizmos out!