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Thursday, August 11, 2016

Converting Your Old Analog (Film) Camera To Digital

Bring Analog Cameras to the Digital Age with 3D Printed 'I'm Back' Raspberry Pi Case

Alec | August 10, 2016

Either you or your parents definitely have one laying around in a box somewhere: one of those cool, old-fashioned analog Kodak or Nikon cameras that rely on endless rolls of film. It seems almost impossible to imagine now, but taking a photo was so much more difficult just two decades ago. Thanks to a new Kickstarter project, even those old cameras can take digital photos. It’s called the ‘I'm Back’ case, and essentially involves a 3D printed case carrying Raspberry Pi. The classic camera is simply slotted into place, and can suddenly take photos that are digitally stored.
It’s a truly remarkable project that bridges the gap between two different technological ages, and even takes very nice photos as well. 

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(Bring analog cameras to the digital age with 3D printed 'I'm Back' Raspberry Pi case. August 10, 2016)  Source:

<more at; related articles and links: (I'm Back. Raspberry Pi unique Case for your Analog Cameras. Project will be funded on october 3, 2016) and (I'm Back ™. Digital back for analog 35mm cameras -Raspberry Pi. Published June 23, 2016)>

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