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Niko, creative director at production studio Corridor Crew, has managed to create a functional camera made from a real potato. After finding the perfect specimen, he then crafted a light-sealed chamber with 3D modeling and printing to insert into the potato. Next, he set the lens to f/11 and then used a DSLR to determine the shutter speed length should be at ISO 100. Last, but not least, the film was loaded into the inner potato chamber. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.