Fujifilm’s Instax may be more convenient than building your own instant camera, but a photographer from Hong Kong decided to do just that, and with LEGO bricks. Simply put, a Yashica 80mm F3.5 camera, Fuji Instax, and LEGO pieces were combined to create a unique device that prints photos instantly. It comes equipped with a preview screen up top that enables users to compose the photo, while a shutter button in front snaps the picture. The eject button is hidden behind a secret LEGO door on the side, and a simple push lets the instant film pop out from the top. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“I started to think about the possibility of modifying a camera with LEGO, My impression is that there is always some creative way to use LEGO. Weeks later, I ordered lots of LEGO, and it took me a night of experimentation to come up with an initial skeleton design,” said the photographer.