Now this is really cool, you may have seen cities or cars made out of Legos but never a functional camera. This person took a Polaroid 95a, stripped it down, and than reassembled the camera with all Lego parts. Its just like a regular 35mm camera including the manual crank which takes 23 clicks to advance one frame. The only downside is that regular cameras probably won’t break when accidently dropped, this camera will not just break, but into many pieces. Here is a picture taken with the Lego camera. Source: [FoundPhotography via Gizmodo]

Now this is really cool, you may have seen cities or cars made out of Legos but never a functional camera. This person took a Polaroid 95a, stripped it down, and than reassembled the camera with all Lego parts. Its just like a regular 35mm camera including the manual crank which takes 23 clicks to advance one frame. The only downside is that regular cameras probably won’t break when accidently dropped, this camera will not just break, but into many pieces. Here is a picture taken with the Lego camera. Source: [FoundPhotography via Gizmodo]