Can You 3D Print A Camera?

Cameras are cool. But are they complicated? Not really! David tried out a new 3D-Printed medium/large format film camera that uses an iPhone as a viewfinder! And has a lot of fun along the way.

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Hidden Light film development and scanning:

Check out our friends who helped with this video:
Bad Flashes:
Birgit Buchart:
GX Ace:
Jonas Rask:
Casper Dam:

00:00 Intro
01:04 Intro to camera obscuras
01:15 Exposure triangle breakdown
03:34 How the camera works
06:14 Iceland trip and image breakdown
10:25: Lens fixing explanation
10:42: PNW trip and image breakdown
11:31: Conclusion

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Brandon Havard
David Imel
Ellis Rovin
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Michael Emerick
Miles Somerville
Tim McMahon
Vinh Dang

Equipment used in this video and others:
Canon EOS C70:
Canon RF 15-35mm f/2.8L:
Canon RF 28-70mm f/2.8L:
Sennheiser MKH-416:
Sennheiser ME 2 lav:
PowerDeWise lav:
Zoom F8n Pro:
Hollyland Lark Max:

Shot by David Imel and Brandon Havard.
Produced by David Imel
Edited by David Imel
Audio by Ellis Rovin
Graphics by Tim McMahon and Michael Emerick

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