Sure, you can buy a Lego camera, but where's the fun in that? Isn't Lego all about creating your own stuff? And possibly having a flashback to your childhood? If both those ideas resonate, then you'll love this Lego 4x5 film camera, which uses who-knows-how-many bricks, plus a 127mm f4.7 lens from eBay.
This Metal Slug-inspired tank is one of the nicest Lego constructions and RC toys I've ever seen. But what puts this in another league is how the builder—Peer Kreuger—used Lego RC camera cars to shoot this video.
The Pentax Optio NB1000 is a 14.1 megapixel camera with 4x optical Zoom and 720p video recording. Oh, and it's front face is like a Lego board so you can attach anything you want on it.
No longer content to just have their notorious bricks serve as props, Lego are using their bricks for actual gadgets, including a digital camera, MP3 player, boombox, walkie-talkie and—my personal favorite-a stop motion video camera.
Kids love gadgets almost as much as they love Legos, so for the company to release a line of brick-infused cameras, MP3 players and walkie-talkies is just good business sense. But wait! There's a catch.