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This LEGO Hasselblad Camera Could One Day Hit Store Shelves

4 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Taiwan-based photographer, designer, and LEGO builder Helen Sham has created an incredibly realistic Hasselblad 503CX medium format film camera using LEGO blocks. And with your help, the design could one day become an official LEGO kit on store shelves.
“I Lego-designed this camera because I am also a photographer and this camera has been one of my favorites,” Sham writes. “I love the manual mechanisms of this particular camera very much.”
Not only does the LEGO camera look like the Hasselblad 503CX on the outside, but the interior mechanics are true to form as well.
You can actually frame...
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