Focusing the camera, which shoots images about 640x480, is a bit of a challenge in its current iteration, Sarafan said, because there is no screen. To get the camera focused, you must make small adjustments by twisting the lens, taking a picture, and then loading the picture onto a computer via SD card.
Sarafan said he went through this process about 20 times until he got the focus adjusted properly. Once its fully installed in the case, the focus ring is secured in such a way that it doesn't need to be changed much. It's a fixed focus, 3D-printed camera, and we think this is very cool.
According to Sarafan, using the camera feels a bit like shooting on a traditional film camera, in that you don't immediately know what the pictures look like.