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October 8, 2016 AT 4:00 am

Tessina, a Wearable Vintage Camera #celebratephotography

Tessina A Vintage Mini 35mm Camera You Can Wear Like a Watch

How classy is this camera’s case?! From PetaPixel:

The Tessina is a vintage Swiss camera that was created by an Austraian chemical engineer named Rudolph Steineck and introduced in 1957 in Switzerland. What’s neat about the camera was that one of the accessories was a special wrist bracket that allowed you to wear the camera on your wrist like a watch.

Redditor catchoooo inherited one of these cameras from their grandfather and shared some snapshots of the Tessina online.

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