The Hyperscope Camera

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Matt Abelson, the crazy mind behind the Battlefield and La Guillotine cameras, has another out of this world concept camera - the Hyperscope!

Photo by Matt Abelson

Matt Abelson, the photographer who breathed life into the crazy Battlefield and La Guillotine cameras, has another treat in store for us. We proudly present the Hyperscope camera, which takes 120 film and produces 4 6×17 panoramic images per roll.

Unlike the Battlefield and La Guillotine, this camera is a wee bit harder to copy at home as this requires a machine shop. The camera functions like the Horizon, bending the film in order to create a panoramic shot. Here are a couple of test shots:

Photo by Matt Abelson

written by cruzron on 2013-10-11 in #lifestyle #hyperscope #camera #battlefield #diy #la-guillotine

4 Comments

  1. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    Well, LSI, how about producing something like this out of molded plastic, and do it in USA or EU??

  2. 110isnotdead
    110isnotdead ·

    I second that motion. lol

  3. stouf
    stouf ·

    What a beauty!

  4. gborin
    gborin ·

    If LSI, or any other manufacturer produced these, I'would definately buy one

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