Designer Turns A Konica Film Camera Into A Digital Shooter With 3D-Printed Parts

Designer Turns A Konica Film Camera Into A Digital Shooter With 3D-Printed Parts

By John Biggs The Konica Auto S3 is considered by camera lovers to be one of the best low-cost rangefinder pocket shooters. Originally made in 1973 it features a 38mm f1.8 lens and internal leaf shutter. But it also shot 35mm film. A designer, Ollie Baker, gave the camera a new lease on life by pulling the back of the camera, adding a few 3D-printed parts, and creating the ultimate Frakenshooter.… Read More

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