A Film Camera You Assemble Yourself Lets You Add Light Leaks

An intricate device like a camera doesn't seem like an obvious build-it-yourself project. But when there's a will there's a way, and one way is Last Camera. It's a 35mm film camera you put together for some real-life Instagrammy, analog fun.

This little black box comes with 2 interchangeable lenses, a 22mm and 45mm. It also has a little slider on the back for adding light leaks—the color streaks that are actually mechanical error but are beloved by moody and vintage photo enthusiasts everywhere.

A Film Camera You Assemble Yourself Lets You Add Light Leaks

A Film Camera You Assemble Yourself Lets You Add Light Leaks

A Film Camera You Assemble Yourself Lets You Add Light Leaks

Last Camera isn't the first of it's kind. Lomography has a similar put-together kit, but I always found it pretty ugly. Last Camera has a minimal look that I wouldn't mind decorating a shelf with, let alone snapping pics.

Sure, it comes from kind of a shady sounding company, Superheadz, but it's only $50 on Amazon. Great for someone wanting to dip their toes into film photography, or who just wants a fun Sunday project! [via PetaPixel]

A Film Camera You Assemble Yourself Lets You Add Light Leaks

A Film Camera You Assemble Yourself Lets You Add Light Leaks