The Gameboy Camera seems to have picked up in popularity as of late. We’ve seen a plethora of projects using one over the last few years, partly just to show off how beautifully terrible the images are, sometimes just to push the limits of the tech to see what it can actually do, even shooting Formula 1 and eclipses with it. We’ve seen 3D printed adapters to mount EF lenses on it, colour trichromatic photography and even AI-enhanced colour photography.
What we haven’t seen yet, though, is an unboxing of a brand new Gameboy camera and printer, direct from 1998 and stored… well, who knows where for the last 24 years waiting to be taken out of its precious packaging. But that’s what we see here in Vuhlandes newest video as he opens it up, figures out what it can do and even tries to shoot a basketball game with it.