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I want to fill it with Busch Light...

Looks like one of those kits you buy at Hobby Lobby in the kids crafts section.

Pretty cool! I’m sure it would make a fun rainy day project.
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groovy. plenty of regular kameras out there so y not make something wacky?
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I'd buy just the lens/aperture/shutter units and build the rest of the camera myself. But probably not much savings over the whole kit. The die cut card stock is maybe only 20% of the cost.
I just entered the micro 4:3 world and Lomography has a close out sale on a three lens kit for $30 that is tempting me.
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