35mm Twin Lens Reflex Camera Kit from Gakken #FathersDay
Your Father is a true original. Show him how much you appreciate him this Father’s Day by giving him a gift that is just as unique as he is with the 35mm Twin Lens Reflex Camera Kit from Gakken. After the fun of assembly you can focus on recording more memories together!
35mm Twin Lens Reflex Camera Kit from Gakken The Gakken Twin Lens Reflex Camera is perfect for anyone who loves photography or electronics. This highly portable camera, when assembled, has a unique appearance with a pair of vertically arranged lenses. The upper lens is used to set the view, angle, and focus the camera, while the bottom lens is used to take the actual photographs. Use any 35mm color/slide/b&w film (not included!)
The kit also includes stickers to decorate your camera and with its twin lens functionality, you can give your shots a unique, individual style to show off to your friends! This kit is guaranteed to give you way more hipster-cred than a Holga. Read more
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