When I first saw this giant camera standing bigger than the house next to it I instantly thought it had to be a fake. It wasn't. It's a real and quite wonderful place in South Korea: The Dreamy Café.
With the breakneck speed at which new DSLRs are released, photography seems to have traded a bit of its soul for the pursuit of ever more megapixels. So, Carl-Frederic Salicath of Norway has taken a step back from the digital revolution and has built his own working retro 120mm-film camera. Here's how.
As you point this Rolleiflex, your subject won't know your dirty little secret—that you're actually shooting a digital photo, rather than film. Just like the original TLRs, you look down into the lens—or 1.1-inch LCD, in this case.
This isn't the first time we have seen a rework of the famous Rollei Twin Lens Reflex camera, but this time the updated MiniDigi AF 5.0 comes in a retro fabulous, red black color scheme. If that wasn't awesome enough, it has a 3MP CMOS sensor, top-down viewfinder, dual-lens, auto focus functionality, 1.1-inch TFT and…