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Vietnamese shop crafts brilliant wooden camera models with interchangeable lenses

The Wooden Model Design store in Vietnam has crafted a beautiful wooden Olympus camera. Better yet, the camera accepts wooden interchangeable lenses.

The camera is a wooden replica of the Olympus OM-1 film camera, complete with operational dials and levers. It features intricate detail, and accents and logos appear to be applied using wood-burning techniques. The included detachable lens is a Zuiko 50mm F1.8. The total cost for the package worked out to around $35 USD.

The Wooden Model Design store has crafted many other wooden cameras, including a Sony A1 and FE 35mm F1.4 GM lens for a customer in the US, which you can see below. The A1 cost around $70 USD after currency conversion, which seems like a very fair price for a hand-crafted item like this.

A Sony A1 wooden model with an FE 35mm F1.4 GM lens. Click to enlarge and appreciate the fine detail in the model. Credit: The Wooden Model Design

The shop has also crafted a wooden Nikon F model, a vintage Argus C3 camera, an old Hasselblad 500C/M medium format camera and even a Sony FS7 Mark II cinema camera. Beyond photography items, the shop has built model cars and motorcycles, plus more. Head over to the Wooden Model Design Facebook page for more information and to see more photos of the fantastic models.

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