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The LomoMod No.1 Cardboard Camera Comes with a Crazy ‘Liquid-Filled Lens’

Lomography has released a new DIY medium format cardboard camera called the LomoMod No. 1, and it comes with a really neat “accessory” up its sleeve: a liquid-filled lens module that Lomo is calling “perhaps the wildest and most innovative lens in the world.”

The LomoMod No. 1 system is made up of four pieces: A laser-cut cardboard camera body that’s built to take 120 film, a shutter mechanism, an aperture mechanism, and the Sutton liquid-filled lens module. You build the camera by folding and fitting the various laser-cut pieces together, and then attaching the whole lens/shutter/aperture module to the final product, creating a unique setup that is very “Lomography” in terms of both its eccentricity and the kinds of images it’s able to capture.

Here’s a quick introduction and unboxing video that shows how this whole system comes together:

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