Pictures disguising my camera as something else, 2015 version (6 pictures)

For the last few years, for steampunk events and renaissance faires, I have disguised my camera in various fashions. This album contains the pictures for things that I did in 2015.

The copyright owner on these pictures is Michael Meissner. Please direct any comments about this web page to mrmweb@the-meissners.org.

Michael Meissner's home page is at http://www.the-meissners.org, his Renaissance Faire/SF convention links are at http://www.the-meissners.org/ren.html, his digital camera links are at http://www.the-meissners.org/camera.html, his calendar links are at http://www.the-meissners.org/calendar.html, and the head of these photo albums is at http://www.the-meissners.org/photo.html.

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Pictures of disguising a Raspbery Pi + Camera inside of a Polaroid model 95A (3 pictures)

Ever since I saw the first generation of Polaroid cameras at the Boston Museum of Science, I've wanted to incorporate it some how. I had bought an original version 1 of the Raspberry Pi when it first came out, but I had never done anything with it. Now that the camera module for the Raspberry Pi has come out, I can make a camera that fits inside of the Polaroid camera. I call it the Cambridge camera, since the original Polaroid headquarters were in Cambridge Massachusetts, and the Raspberry Pi was developed in Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

Picture #1: Polaroid model 95A + Raspberry Pi camera, front view
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Copyright, Michael Meissner 2015, All rights reserved
Olympus Stylus-1 camera
f/2.8, ISO 400, flash, 1/40 sec, 8.1mm, auto mode, vivid color, matrix metering, auto
35mm equivalent focal length 38.0mm
Programs used: crop, raw therapee
, rotate left
Taken by Michael Meissner on February 23, 2015 10:30:15
Last modified on February 23, 2015 at 11:16
Picture #2: Polaroid model 95A + Raspberry Pi camera, back view
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Copyright, Michael Meissner 2015, All rights reserved
Olympus Stylus-1 camera
f/2.8, ISO 400, flash, 1/40 sec, 8.1mm, auto mode, vivid color, matrix metering, auto
35mm equivalent focal length 38.0mm
Programs used: crop, raw therapee

Taken by Michael Meissner on February 23, 2015 10:42:23
Last modified on February 23, 2015 at 11:17
Picture #3: Polaroid model 95A + Raspberry Pi camera, with the back opened up
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Copyright, Michael Meissner 2015, All rights reserved
Olympus Stylus-1 camera
f/2.8, ISO 400, flash, 1/30 sec, 6.0mm, auto mode, vivid color, matrix metering, auto
35mm equivalent focal length 28.0mm
Programs used: crop, raw therapee

Taken by Michael Meissner on February 23, 2015 10:43:24
Last modified on February 23, 2015 at 11:17

Pictures of Neopixels (color leds in a chain) (3 pictures)

Picture #1: 12/16-LED neopixel inside of Lee Watch cases (plus Teensy 3.0)
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Copyright, Michael Meissner 2015, All rights reserved
Olympus Stylus-1 camera
f/5.6, ISO 400, flash, 1/50 sec, 9.8mm, aperture priority, vivid color, matrix metering, auto
35mm equivalent focal length 46.0mm
Programs used: crop, raw therapee

Taken by Michael Meissner on March 26, 2015 21:24:13
Last modified on March 26, 2015 at 23:49
Picture #2: 12-LED neopixel inside of 41mm Lee Valley watch case
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Copyright, Michael Meissner 2015, All rights reserved
Olympus Stylus-1 camera
f/5.6, ISO 400, flash, 1/60 sec, 14.5mm, aperture priority, vivid color, matrix metering, auto
35mm equivalent focal length 68.0mm
Programs used: crop, raw therapee

Taken by Michael Meissner on March 26, 2015 21:25:19
Last modified on March 26, 2015 at 23:50
Picture #3: 16-LED neopixel inside of 48mm Lee Valley watch case
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Copyright, Michael Meissner 2015, All rights reserved
Olympus Stylus-1 camera
f/5.6, ISO 400, flash, 1/60 sec, 14.5mm, aperture priority, vivid color, matrix metering, auto
35mm equivalent focal length 68.0mm
Programs used: crop, raw therapee

Taken by Michael Meissner on March 26, 2015 21:26:14
Last modified on March 26, 2015 at 23:51

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