Created by the Taiwanese brand Paper Shoot and Macao’s Hyle Design, the CROZ DIY Digital Camera ditches everything that isn’t absolutely essential to give you a stripped down camera with a focus on shooting. The lightweight, transparent DIY digital camera has a direct viewfinder, multifunction power/shooting button and a slider toggle that adjusts photo effects. The two button digital Lomo camera also includes two extra lenses (wide-angle and fish-eye) and exposed guts to give you the freedom to shoot whatever you want without hiding behind a giant body. As for the DIY part, CROZ was originally funded through Kickstarter with the option to assemble, disassemble and change accessories by removing the brass screws that hold it together, and those same accessory options are still available direct from the manufacturer if you want different patterns or materials for your CROZ camera. Most importantly, the camera isn’t large enough to require any more space than a pocket in your bag or jacket, so you don’t have to worry about having it on you at all times.
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