Master of Lego creations, Chris McVeigh (Powerpig) surprised us when he popped up a non-functional Lego replica of the insanely expensive Leica ‘M-9P’ Hermes edition camera. Taking up from there, Powerpig has now done a working Lego version of the Polaroid Land Camera 1000 to floor us completely. Let’s face it, we love the convenience and easy of cameras of today, wherefrom we can share photos with friends worldwide on click of a button, but there was a more personal touch with cameras like the Polaroid Land Camera 1000 a.k.a. Polaroid OneStep that delivered physical prints.
Powerpig’s Lego Polaroid Land Camera 1000 functions just like the original and takes us back to an ear of Polaroid cameras we so much loved. The Lego mini camera (expected to ship by May 20) is available for pre-order at $37.50, building instructions will be available soon on his website.
Pictured below is an animated GIF showing off the outstanding functionality that Chris McVeigh has built into his Lego model. Chris says “the camera doesn’t actually suck the photo back in. It appears that way because he made the GIF flow back and forth.” So, just don’t start believing that this one has some out of the world features.
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