I haven’t been too creative ever since the coronavirus madness began. But I’ve found that making all sorts of crafts is a great way to spend time. If you’re feeling the same, here’s a perfect pastime activity: you can make a paper replica of the Olympus E-M10 Mark III.
The lockdowns in place around the planet have all got us trying to figure out different ways to spend our time. For BuildYourCamera, though, it’s business as usual, making cameras from cardboard and paper. This time, though, he’s not making a camera that already exists, but spent his imagination figuring out what Nikon might have in store for us with a flagship Z9 mirrorless body.
A series of images of the “camera” was posted to Instagram, and like Nikon themselves, the series begins with a teaser.
We have seen some interesting items inspired by photography gear, such as a chocolate Nikon camera or lens-inspired watches. Seoul-based design studio DOTMOT has also found inspiration in photography. It has created a colorful replica of a photography kit, consisting of a DSLR, two interchangeable lenses and an external flash, and everything is carefully crafted out of colorful paper.