Fully Functional 3D-Printed Camera Shoots On 35mm Film

Fully Functional 3D-Printed Camera Shoots On 35mm Film
Design

A designer's exploration resulted in a device made to record moments, while also looking at the creation of the recorder itself

Marielle Castillo
  • 9 november 2016

Designer Amos Dudley has taken 3D printed cameras to a whole new level, creating the SLO (single lens objective) camera—a 35mm camera constructed entirely out of 3D printed parts. The camera is built using a Form 2 SLA, a printer that create objects using different types of resin with millimetric precision. Even the smallest parts of the camera are 3D printed, with no manual touch-up work required.

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