Cardboard Hasselblad Actually Takes Photos

When loaded with medium-format film (120mm), this cardboard pinhole camera can take long-exposure photos with quality you couldn’t even dream about.

The camera’s creator, Kelly Angood, will be putting up a downloadable and print-outable Hasselblad that can take 35mm film (which is cheaper to buy and develop than 120mm, plus more frames) in the next few weeks. [Kelly Angood via RedFerret via Retro Thing via Make]

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