DuoVox Mate Pro camera gives you true color night vision superpowers

Smartphones have been making magic with their cameras, capturing objects and recording memories with a snap of a finger. The hardware inside these pocket-friendly computers has become so sophisticated and their software so advanced that they can sometimes see things our naked eyes can’t, especially in the dark. Smartphones, however, are still limited by the laws of physics, which means they can only cram so much hardware inside their ultra-thin bodies. If you want even better image quality, you’ll want to pull out a dedicated digital camera, which has plenty of room for more specialized hardware, including ones that let you see in the dark far better than any night vision camera can, and in color, too!

Designer: Yuki Otake

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Night vision cameras, like those used for security or wildlife photography, use infrared light to be able to see. While this does work to some extent, it has a few critical disadvantages. For one, some animals can actually see that IR light or at least the camera’s light indicators and get spooked by it. More importantly, however, the images and videos that such cameras produce have your typical greenish or bluish appearance. That might be good enough for military purposes but not for nighttime photography or even security.

Duovox Mate Pro offers a clear, true-color 2K video of your surroundings — without a flash – down to 0.0001 lux, equivalent to an overcast, moonless night sky.

DuoVox combines several existing technologies and techniques to create something new and something more useful for all photographers, no matter their needs or lighting situation. For example, it uses an IR filter that blocks infrared light from messing up your photos and captures only near-infrared and visible light. What this means in practice is that you will be able to see in true, vibrant color, no matter how dark the surroundings are, unlike the almost monochromatic output of typical night vision cameras.

Undisturbed wildlife pphotography. Unlike typical infrared night-vision cameras, Duovox Mate Pro is 100% undetectable at night.

Boating and fishing at night.

Explore a new city at night.

Full-color dash cam (with optional car mount).

Take beautiful nature shots in pitch darkness.

Much more than a home security camera.

The DuoVox Mate Pro also uses a seven-glass lens where the lenses are arranged differently. It takes photos at different resolutions and combines them into a single high-resolution, high-detail photo, similar to how smartphone Night Modes work these days. It also applies noise reduction, color correction, and other processes to improve the quality of the image or video. The result is that you can get a great photo in full color even in lighting as low as 0.0001 lux, which is extremely dark. In fact, the darker the environment, the more impressive its output.

This camera, however, isn’t just for nighttime photography and is full of features that make it a great camera, no matter the situation. It has a 1/1.8-inch sensor capable of 5MP photos and 1080p to 2K video recording, a 16 mm, F/0.9 lens aperture that can take in as much light available, Wi-Fi connectivity to pair with a smartphone, and a 3,000 mAh battery that promises four hours of use. It even has motion detection so that the camera can function as a security camera or night wildlife camera, depending on your mood. Most cameras are designed to work great under perfect lighting conditions but falter at night. Some cameras see perfectly in the dark but can’t deliver the quality you’d expect from color photos. The DuoVox Mate Pro combines the best worlds into a compact camera that can do almost anything in any circumstance, delivering not only a good daytime shooter but also one of the best true color night vision cameras in the consumer market.

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This tiny $305 automated camera/smartphone slider is an absolute social media must-have

A 300-dollar tool to completely elevate your 1000-dollar smartphone camera’s performance.

Designed to help you automate all your slide and dolly shots, the Trexo Slider is an incredibly compact camera slider that’s barely larger than two smartphones placed bumper to bumper. It can sit on a table or attach to a tripod, and mounts smartphones as well as DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras. The Trexo Slider has an onboard display as well as the Trexo Motion smartphone app to program its movement, and a slider length of 33cm or 13 inches, working in horizontal and vertical orientations (as well as inclines) depending on how you place the slider.

Designer: Trexo Innovation Design Team

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Once your setup is ready, the Trexo Slider can be programmed to follow a variety of movements either via its onboard menu or using the smartphone app. The device comes with a few handy presets like a looping mode and an incline mode, and can even be controlled manually (with the option to save the manual patterns as presets too), operating as fast as 30 millimeters per second, or as slow as 0.001 millimeters per second (extremely handy for timelapse shots). A built-in 3250mAh battery runs the Trexo Slider for a solid 6 hours, although if your timelapse is any longer than that, simply hooking the Trexo Slider to a power bank or outlet does the trick, allowing you to extend your shooting times.

Ultra-portable and compact design help you bring professional performance wherever you go. You can carry your Trexo Slider on nearly every backpack.

The compact slider comes with a machined aluminum outer body, and unlike most sliders that use a belt and motor system, the Trexo Slider instead relies on a leadscrew design, offering a much smoother transition that is capable of handling heavier devices with equal grace. A quiet motor even lets you perform audio recordings with ease, without worrying about a noisy whirring motor getting recorded during the shot. When used horizontally, the Trexo Slider can handle weights up to 11 pounds (that’s nearly 8x heavier than any DSLR with a standard telephoto lens), while in vertical mode, it can handle weights up to 3.3 pounds for ascending shots, and 5.5 pounds for descending shots, allowing you to comfortably use any setup, from a smartphone to a much heavier professional camera. Moreover, Trexo Innovations plans to expand its ecosystem to include upcoming modules like a 3-axis gimbal system that attaches to your slider, offering panning and tilting functionality too. For now, the slider itself ships as a standalone unit with a USB-C charging cable and the Trexo Motion app, or you can opt for the expanded bundle which also includes a phone holder, a ball head, and a flex-arm.

Trexo Slider can be operated with its onboard menu. You can program a movement by teaching the slider start and stop points by teaching it or setting it from the menu.

Loop Mode – Teach/Set two positions via the onboard menu and make Trexo Slider move between these two points on loop mode.

Learning Mode – Easily program Trexo Slider starting and finishing points by hand and set the speed of the movement via the onboard menu.

Incline Mode – Take Trexo Slider to incline mode directly from the onboard menu and make Trexo Slider perform incline/vertical shots.

Timeline Mode – Play the last timeline you created, so you can use your phone for the shots while triggering the movement from the Trexo Slider.

Trexo Slider can perform 90-degree vertical shots with any mirrorless camera on the market.

Easily convert any of your programmed movements to a Timelapse shot and trigger your camera with the built-in 2.5mm shutter release port.

This isn’t Trexo Innovation’s first rodeo. The Trexo Slider follows a series of camera-focused accessories and pro tools, including the Red Dot Award-winning Trexo Arc Gimbal, the motion-controlled gimbal-car Trexo MoCo Car, and the company’s previous Kickstarter project, Trexo Wheels. Like all of Trexo’s products, the Trexo Slider ships with a 1-year warranty on any manufacturing issues, with the slider delivering to backers as soon as October 2022.

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World’s first Pinhole Lens with a variable aperture brings a retro touch to your modern camera

With as many as 6 different apertures to choose from as well as a variable focal length, the Pinhole Pro Max combines the oldest form of photography with cutting-edge technology. The result is a uniquely retro/vintage effect that transcends anything a filter or software could ever achieve. Fourth in Thingyfy’s pinhole lens series, the Pinhole Pro Max comes with a precisely engineered aluminum body that sports an aperture toggle ring and a manual zoom feature, letting you shoot in a wide variety of settings from indoors to outdoors, and from low-light to brightly lit conditions.

Designer: Forbus Lu

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Designed for both professionals as well as hobbyists, the Pinhole Pro Max is a uniquely versatile little tool that adds a layer of dreamy grunge to your photos and videos. You see, contemporary cameras use state-of-the-art lenses, mirrors, mounts, AF/MF techniques to deliver amazing images, but those images are much too life-like. There’s always a charm to vintage filters, with the way their colors are de-saturated/different, and the vignette around the borders. Rather than relying on software, the Pinhole Pro Max uses a precision micro-drilled pin-size hole instead of a complex array of glass lenses.

20mm with 0.35 aperture

36mm with 0.5 aperture

However, unlike previous pinhole lenses, the Pinhole Pro Max comes with 6 differently sized holes that you can toggle through. Each hole has a different aperture-width which allows varying amounts of light to hit your camera’s sensor. The apertures range from 0.15mm to 0.5mm, allowing you to work in brightly lit or dimly lit scenarios. Given that the amount of light hitting your sensor also affects its ability to capture color, the aperture settings let you go from a desaturated, almost B/W style to a retro-blurry color style of photography.

Unlike past pinhole lenses from Thingyfy, the Pro Max even has a variable focal length of 18-36mm, allowing you to manually zoom in and out of your scene… or better still, recreate the famous ‘reverse tracking shot’ from Hitchcock’s Vertigo!

Each Pinhole Pro Max is precisely machined from aluminum and doesn’t use any glass lenses. This famously makes it much more durable than other camera lenses since there isn’t anything delicate that can scratch or break. The entire lens weighs just 117 grams, comes with a 58mm diameter, and supports all popular DSLR and Mirrorless mounts, like the Canon EOS/EF/RF, Nikon F/Z, Sony A/E, Fuji X, Pentax K, and Micro 4/3. It even comes with optional accessory filters, including a UV filter, a CPL filter, and an ND2 filter to give you better control over the light entering your camera sensor.

Photography enthusiasts can grab their Pinhole Pro Max for a super early bird 49% discounted price of $219 on Kickstarter, or snag the entire bundle for $279 which includes an aluminum lens cap, a carrying case, and the 3 filters. The Pinhole Pro Max ships globally, starting September 2022.

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Apple iCam Pro action camera is for content creators who’ve had enough of GoPro Hero10

An iPhone 13 like action camera, but in a sleeker and smaller form factor. Yes, that’s what Apple could consider for the growing action sports market and content creators who are always on the lookout for compact cameras capable of shooting amazing video. Could the iCam Pro concept with a triple-cam setup be the catalyst to our craving for an Apple action camera?

Action cameras have their own set of merits which make them the preferred choice for capturing the moment, rather than carrying bulky DSLRs or shooting with premium phones. The latter can take the photography and videography to the next level but cannot be compared to action cameras when it comes to stabilization and wide-angle shooting prowess in high resolution and frame rates. No doubt content creators swear by the GoPro Hero10, Insta360 ONE R, and DJI Osmo Action for their versatility.

Designer: Diego Valdés

If you’ve always wondered why Apple doesn’t aspire to make an action camera, then you’re not alone. Given the video shooting capabilities of the Apple iPhone Pro 13 Pro Max (and predecessors as well) the Cupertino giant will logically have a good hand if such a product is developed in the future. The iCam Pro concept by Varun Anand gave us a tangible view of the possibility Apple action will bring to the fore. Now another concept dubbed iCam Pro (Yes, it’s called exactly the same) portable sports camera captures the imagination to give us even more reason to root for such a product (I hope executives at Apple are secretly reading this piece).

The iCam Pro conceptualized by Diego Valdés (aka. Diego Valoro Design) is a miniaturized version of the iPhone 13 – of course with a slightly different utility of documenting extreme experiences. The triple-camera module setup is a detour from the convention of a single potent camera on such sports cameras. This could be a USP for a brand like Apple who’ll foray into a very competitive space dominated mostly by GoPro. The slimmer, more rectangular shape of the action camera will give prospect users the freedom to carry it in the pocket of their jeans without getting uncomfortable. The choice of colors and materials will also play a part in the success of iCam Pro, if we happen to ever see one in real life.

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This all-in-one broadcast device is the wire-free mess content creators need

Industrial designer DPP Da’Peng conceptualized an all-in-one broadcast device for content creators to have a one-stop shop for quality production.

With content creation becoming one of the most sought-after fields to work in these days, broadcast equipment is getting some major buzz. Whether you have a podcast or are an aspiring influencer, access to quality broadcast equipment is the first step towards making it viral.

Designer: DPP Da’Peng

Depending on the type of content you create, the necessary equipment will vary, which means content creators typically own all kinds of different equipment. Keeping that many wires and devices in one space can get messy.

Decluttering the experience of content creation, industrial designer DPP Da’Peng conceptualized an All-in-One Live Broadcast device that takes care of every aspect of content creation in one go.

In designing their All-in-One device, DPP Da’Peng hoped to solve the issue of passive wheat dissipation present in broadcast equipment currently on the market. Finding an issue with the size of current heat sinks, Da’Peng notes,

“Due to the limitation of volume and microphone recognition sound, a large area of [the] metal aluminum heat sink is required to assist the machine to dissipate heat and work normally. So balancing heat sinks and design criteria is the primary issue.”

In finding the equipment’s final form, DPP Da’Peng conceptualized their all-in-one broadcast device in two different iterations. In its first version, Da’Peng visualizes the device supported by a tripod. Propped upright, the multi-functional camera is envisioned in a cubic form with an integrated heat sink sandwiched between the camera’s lens and body.

The second iteration, also situated atop a tripod, appears more like a compact projector. Unlike the first rendering, Da’Peng’s second camera’s lens module is oval-shaped while the body takes on a rectangular silhouette.

Both cameras feature intuitive record buttons and the lens rotates 90-degrees to switch between landscape and portrait modes. In addition, the heat sinks of both iterations are kept to a minimum and a wireless design takes care of the mess that comes with current broadcast devices on the market. The tripod is also optional, so when creators want to use the cameras like they would a webcam, both devices can easily mount computer screens.

Both iterations of Da’Peng’s broadcast device feature rotating lenses. 

The first iteration’s heat sink is wedged right between the lens and the camera’s body. 

The lens rotates 90-degrees to offer landscape and portrait capture modes.

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Apple AirCam concept sounds logical but is unlikely to happen

A concept for a standalone camera tries to think the way Apple does but might still come up short of providing a convincing USP to become an actual product.

There is no shortage of dreams and wishes that people have when it comes to Apple products. On the mobile front alone, the list spans from simpler requests of a larger battery to wishful thinking about foldable iPhones. There is also no shortage of creative designers coming up with concepts that seemingly reflect Apple’s language and principles, like this AirCam idea that almost checks all the right boxes.

Designer: Andrea Copellino

This wouldn’t be the first time someone came up with the idea of a standalone camera that would make GoPro shake in fear. An earlier “ActionCam” concept was actually closer to the popular action camera than to any of Apple’s accessories, though it did have some design cues similar to an AirPods case. The complexity of the device, however, easily marked it as a pipe dream, something that this newer concept is trying to avoid.

In coming up with the design concept for an Apple camera, designer Andrea Copellino tried to stick to known Apple design principles like simplicity and compactness. The squarish camera definitely hits those marks almost to an extreme degree. It has no display of its own, for example, requiring the use of an iPhone or an iPad as a separate viewfinder. Such a design isn’t exactly unheard of, though more often employed on 360-degree cameras than action cams.

The designer’s justification for the existence of something like an AirCam would be to offer a higher-quality camera not just for content creators but for future users of Apple’s future AR glasses. In theory, this would allow Apple to address a very specific market segment, one that requires dedicated camera hardware, without adversely affecting its other products.

That said, Apple is unlikely to create its own standalone camera for the very same reason of simplicity. An Apple AirCam wouldn’t exactly be simpler to use and would be difficult to handle without another paired device, something that would also go against Apple’s philosophy. The company is also more likely to improve its iPhone’s camera as much as it can and market that extensively rather than come out with a first-party accessory that basically admits that it isn’t up to snuff.

Photos also courtesy of AppleDesign.

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This instant film camera brings the digital camera convenience to the art of film photography

Moir 21 is an instant film camera concept designed to blend the quality of film photography with the convenience of digital cameras.

While today’s world is swarmed with endless content and digital photographs, we’ve lost touch with the art of analog photography. Most of today’s feeds feature photos taken from smartphones and digital cameras, but you can always tell the difference between those and photographs taken on film.

There’s a mystique to film photography, but for modern purposes, we tend towards digital mediums. Blending the two together, design team Sarwan Bhinder and Vishnu R conceptualized Moir 21, an instant film camera that takes the best of both worlds to meet the beauty of film cameras with the convenience of digital photography.

Moir 21 is named after the French word mémoire, which loosely translates to the concept of recordkeeping. Maintaining the integrity of a film camera and resolving the limitations set by current digital cameras, Moir 21 allows for multiple prints of hand-selected photographs. Many photographers who enjoy takings photos on film appreciate the medium for its single-shot takes.

In order to keep that spirit alive, Sarwan and Vishnu designed Moir 21 to automatically erase a photograph only a few minutes after it has been taken. Additionally, the team of designers equipped Moir 21 with a minimal control panel so that modern users can remain close to the clean display of most digital cameras.

The actual photograph won’t be erased, but the photographer will only be able to see it again after been printed. Through the electronic viewfinder (EVF), photographers can change the settings on their cameras to produce different photographs, similar to a film camera.

Speaking to this, the designers suggest, “The controls are fluid and seamless in order to give a smoother and faster experience while shooting and printing.”

Designers: Sarwan Bhinder and Vishnu R

Sarwan and Vishnu designed Moir 21 to maintain the simplicity of a modern digital camera’s display.

Moir 21 has been conceptualize din two different colors, sleek black and optic white.

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With this AI-enabled personal trainer, you can redefine your approach to working out at home in complete ‘privacy’

One good thing that the ongoing pandemic has done for the human race is, it has made us more concerned about our health and lifestyle. No wonder then, a large population is exploring some form of home exercising to keep fit.  Gyms have moved to homes and people rely on online trainers and their live sessions for at-home fitness regimes.

RAEDA here presents a new approach in this form of at-home fitness experience with real-time feedback. It aims to support individuals through the regime, providing instructions about correct technique and form, crucial to every athlete. The orb-like RAEDA is designed to mimic the idea of a personal trainer at the fraction of the cost. Frankly, it’s not for everyone to afford a physical trainer in the gym, these guys/gals are super expensive to afford. The next best alternative then are the peers, but if you’re shy, asking for the correct form and techniques from others just goes out of the question. This is a perfect platform for something like the RAEDA to walk into our lives.

This equipment, inspired by the weights and other gym gear, comes paired to a base that has a concave design in between resembling the imprint left on the ground when a heavy object is dropped on it. This symbolic appeal gives RAEDA a weighted feel to it. The artificial intelligence (AI) enabled RAEDA, as a personal trainer, leads an individual through correct posture, technique and form, which are a must for strength training. This experience of a personal trainer guiding you remotely at the comfort of your home will help reduce injuries and allow people to workout more confidently and at their convenience (instead of the time slot of the physical trainer in the gym).

RAEDA basically uses 3D depth mapping tech to provide real-time coaching. The live remote learning/teaching allows people to workout better, while the AI sensors onboard allow the device to track the body for real-time feedback of posture and correct technique to use, so fatigue and injuries can be minimized. This is also the biggest advantage of RAEDA, which separates it from other liver trainers coaching remotely. They may show you the postures and techniques, but cannot guide in real-time if you’re doing something incorrectly that may lead to injury or fatigue.

This AI home personal trainer with its 12MP main camera and one-megapixel depth sensor captures the person’s movement in 3D during workout at home. The device connects with your smart TV providing real-time visual straight from RAEDA’s camera on it. The screen then functions as a mirror in a gym, but showing correct form and technique for the given exercise so you can adjust and avoid incorrect posture. When technology makes life easier at the convenience of our homes, we are concerned about our privacy. RAEDA addresses the concern with a physical turn-off function. Just hide the camera lens of the device in its base and your privacy is intact. To use, roll the ball-like camera over to rest on its flat back and you’re good to exercise appropriately.

Designer: Blake Parkinson and DCA

 

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This Polaroid Go idea could catapult the instant camera into low-light photography segment

Pocket-sized instant cameras don’t have the best results professionals can rely upon, but these do have their own market. So, whether you like the compactness of the Fujifilm Instax Square SQ1 or the cuteness of the Polaroid Go camera, you’re in the domain where love for instant cameras is paramount. To toil your senses further, an artist has revealed a fresh new design to the already exciting and charming Polaroid Go with its special edition concept.

I am a big fan of Polaroid cameras; they have for generations been the go-to instant cameras and their film quality has been above par for their credit. Family and friends have captured memories on the fly using an ultra-compact instant Polaroid camera that in recent generations, especially with the Go edition, is white and amiable. It pleases the eye and the photography enthusiast in one portable design that has gone through drastic makeover through the years.

The most exciting new Polaroid Go has proven its stance in the instant camera market. It comes for an affordable $99.99 and fits in the palm of the hand to snapshots with point and shoot convenience. It’s a standout feature in the selfie mirror on the viewfinder, which can be used to align well for a perfect selfie before the self-timer kicks in.

The Polaroid Go is already equipped with standout features like double exposure, a selfie timer, and a throwback design that rekindles the nostalgia for Polaroid cameras of yesteryears. Designer JK Captain who is already reckoned for his retro-futuristic computer from the Loki series, believes the white plastic-bodied Polaroid Go featuring splashes of color, has some scope for improvement.

To present an idea Polaroid would want to look at closely, the designer has added a manual focus lens right below the company’s signature rainbow stipe logo for more precise focusing and better low-light photography. The portable camera is provided with three colorful buttons for Exposure, Timing, and Autofocus, alongside the zoom in, zoom out buttons. The overall design scheme from the Polaroid Go remains the same, however, the ingenious additions will make the Polaroid Go special edition create some ripples in the instant camera industry.

Designer: JK Captain

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DIY Camera Kit lets you build your own fully functional wooden retro camera from scratch!




If there’s one thing that’s absolutely clear this year… it’s that retro is definitely making a comeback. From retro music being revisited in TikTok reels to old movies getting remakes and sequels (I meant the Matrix; there are no Spiderman spoilers in this house), people are increasingly appreciating the vintage, the old, the classic. I only hope that this trend works for tech too because there’s truly something beautifully simple about technology from the years gone by.

Take cameras, for instance. The most popular camera (the one on your phone) is also the most complex one. From its ridiculously tiny hardware to its incredibly complex underlying software, the camera in your pocket might be tiny but it’s far from simple. Retro cameras, on the other hand, were designed to be easy to understand, repair, and reuse. It’s no wonder that you could restore a camera from the 40-50s today and it would still work like a charm! Meet Woodsum, a camera that champions this very simplicity. Designed to work without batteries, the Woodsum camera captures images on a 35mm reel of film. It uses a pinhole lens instead of those fragile glass lenses… and it’s a device so simple, you could literally build it yourself. In fact, Woodsum comes absolutely unassembled and your first photography project is, in fact, to build the camera!

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Woodsum DIY Retro Wooden Camera

Woodsum DIY Retro Wooden Camera

Entirely made from laser-cut pieces of wood that you assemble together, the camera comes complete with a pinhole lens, shutter, viewfinder, film-holder and winder, camera grip, a tripod mount, and even an eyelet to tie your camera-hanging leash around! It uses no lenses (thanks to the pinhole construction) and works completely without batteries or electrical components.

Woodsum DIY Retro Wooden Camera

Woodsum DIY Retro Wooden Camera

Woodsum DIY Retro Wooden Camera

Woodsum DIY Retro Wooden Camera

The Woodsum looks and functions exactly as an analog camera would. Press the shutter button down and the shutter opens to let light onto the film. You can manually control exposure by holding the shutter button for as long as you want. Get your hands on a tripod and the Woodsum camera can work in low-light settings without a flash too – just expose the film for longer! The pinhole lens allows for some eerily beautiful color pictures that have a true vintage feel (something you’d find in obscure Instagram filters), and the overall process helps you understand the basic tenets of photography, like aperture, exposure, shutter speed. It also looks like a wonderful vintage camera, with a solid build thanks to the laser-cut wood, and possesses the rare IKEA-esque feature of actually encouraging people to build out their own gadgets from scratch, so they love and cherish them even more! A perfect camera for shutterbugs, hipsters, analog-lovers, curious learners, and DIY enthusiasts, the Woodsum camera comes in 3 different retro colors to choose from!

Designer: Woodsum

Woodsum DIY Retro Wooden Camera

Woodsum DIY Retro Wooden Camera

Woodsum DIY Retro Wooden Camera

Woodsum DIY Retro Wooden Camera

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