Although purely decorative, many people will want to get their hands on one of these crystal cameras. They take on the form of either a Canon 7D or Nikon D90, two very popular models that would be made even more popular if they were available in such a unique design. For now, however, these crystal cameras are sculptures that are meant to be showcased on mantels and bookcases.
Developed by Fotodiox, the crystal cameras are incredibly realistic, minus the fact that people can clearly see they don't have any inner mechanics at all. Complete with lens, handgrip, viewfinder, rear screen and several knobs, the crystal cameras can act as bookends, paperweights and more in addition to decoration.
Fotodiox Designs Two Decorative SDLR Replicas
Meghan Young — October 22, 2014 — Art & Design
References: petapixel & mymodernmet