Lens Bracelets: Fashion for cameraphiles
The silicone bracelet resembles a portion of a lens barrel, with information such as focal length and an "AF/MF" switch showing great attention to detail.
Those who live and breathe photography never leave their cameras too far out of sight. When they're not taking pictures though, die-hard shutterbugs might find a cool fashion statement in the Lens Bracelet.
Designed by San Diego-based professional photographer Adam Elmakias, the silicone bracelet resembles a portion of a lens barrel. It comes in two colors, black and white. Lens information such as focal length and an "AF/MF" switch are embossed in white (black for the white bracelet), with the bracelet showing great attention to detail.
In an initiative to help those affected by the recent disaster in Japan, 50 percent of proceeds from the sale of the Pro Japan (70-200) bracelet will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society.
Elmakias initially used the bracelets as a promotional tool for his photography business, but now ships them to more than 50 countries. The Lens Bracelets go for $10 apiece.
(Source: Crave Asia)