We’ve seen all kinds of camera replicas so far. But here’s one that will warm the hearts of Nikon shooters. There’s a wooden replica of the iconic Nikon F along with a lens, and it looks almost as gorgeous and detailed as the real camera.
We’ve seen and shared a bunch of interesting camera replicas over the years: from paper, wood, Lego, and my all-time favorite: chocolate. But here’s one that just took our breath away. The Wooden Model Design, a craft company from Vietnam, produces realistic wooden camera replicas. So realistic, that they even have interchangeable wooden lenses.
It’s no secret that Leica cameras are pricey and that most of us can’t afford one. But hey, we can at least take a consolation prize – and perhaps a wooden Leica is a great one. This wooden camera is a Leica M3 replica, it looks beautiful, each piece is unique, and it will only set you back $89.
I don’t know what’s with me and miniature replicas of random stuff, but I just love them even though they’re completely useless. If you can relate, then you’re gonna love this tiny Sony camera kit. Select Sony stores around Japan give it away for free if you buy a real kit, and even though it doesn’t shoot, it’s cute as a button.
We’ve seen quite a lot of gear made from Lego, including replicas of Nikon, Leica, and Hasselblad. Now there’s a Lego replica of the iconic Olympus OM-1. It’s a true feast for the eyes, just like the real thing. And the best of all – Lego will start producing it if the idea gets enough supporters.