Get instant Polaroid prints from a pinhole camera

Korean designers Yoo Geun-hyuk & Yoon Bo-jung have conceptualized the Flutter in Pinhole camera, which is made from cardboard and has two Polaroid sheets inside.

Flutter In Pinhole camera
Yoo Geun-hyuk & Yoon Bo-jung, via Yanko Design

Fans of Polaroid photos, check this out. Korean designers Yoo Geun-hyuk & Yoon Bo-jung have conceptualized the Flutter In Pinhole camera, which is made from cardboard and has two Polaroid sheets inside. It comes shipped flat, and users simply have to expand the case and remove the strip covering the two lens openings at the front of the shooter to take a shot.

Supplied with the snapper is a white pencil which you can use to roll over the back of the camera to "process" the photos. Then, cut the snapper in half and you'll see two exposed Polaroid frames. There are even spaces at the side for you to use the pencil to write a message with.

It sounds confusing, but check out the video below to see how it works.

(Source: Crave Asia via PetaPixel)

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