There are some cameras that are being made via Kickstarter using 3D printing, and then there are those that you can build all by yourself. In this case, Instructables has a tutorial on the latter. Specifically, it allows you to construct an SLR with a full film advance. It’s called the OpenReflex, and shoots at a constant 1/60th shutter speed. Sound familiar? Lomography’s cameras often shoot at a single shutter speed with the exception of bulb mode and those that purposely allow for more manual controls.
When looking at this camera, I couldn’t help but think of the Konstruktor which was just released. One big difference though is that it is compatible with any lens–or so they claim.
Check it out for some of your very own DIY fun and hacks.