Jollylook is the world’s first instant camera made from recycled paper and cardboard. This vintage-style folding camera is compatible with Fuji Instax Mini instant film, and “uses less materials than used in the packaging of a regular camera,” according to the startup. Its body, folding bellows, shutter, and aperture are all manufactured from thick paper and laminated cardboard, while exposed instant photos can be developed using a rotating handle. Continue reading for a few sample images and more information.
“On the front of the Jollylook is a meniscus lens with a focal length of 110mm, and the lens can be moved out of the way if you’d like to shoot through a pinhole. The aperture of the camera is a diagram that can take on 7 values: f/8, f/11, f/16, f/22, f/32, f/45, and f/64. The shutter of the camera can be set to 1/250, 1/160, and manual,” reports Peta Pixel. Kickstarter Page.