The ONDU Wooden Camera Brings People Back to Classic Photography

By: Ian Andrew Panganiban - Published: May 20, 2013 • References: kickstarter & thisiscolossal
Numerous wooden camera design concepts have flooded the Interweb, but most of those camera designs don't actually work. The ‘ONDU Pinhole Camera’ is a camera made out of wooden parts and magnets that's able to capture and produce photographs.

In the age of iPhones and Instagram, film-based cameras have become obsolete and non-existent. Industrial designer Elvis Halilović is bringing back the old-school ways of photography with his wood-made cameras.

The camera functions with the help of several powerful magnets and the use of natural light to capture photos. The photos that are produced from the film-based cameras feature that retro appearance that many people are enthralled with.

The prices for the wood-worked cameras range from $60 to $200, a lot cheaper than most digital cameras. Stats for Wood-Made Film Cameras Trending: Older & Warm
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