Making a Camera Lamp

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So far we've had Tipsters using mounted film slides or broken cameras but never both at the same time. Well, there's always a first time for everything and today's the day!

Photo from starsforstreetlights

Materials:

  • 3 Cameras
  • Lamp Kit
  • Lamp Pipe
  • Cold weld compound
  • Spray Paint
  • Duct Tape
  • Clamps
  • Spatula
Photo from starsforstreetlights

Instructions:

  1. Mix the cold weld compound
  2. Spread the compound on the camera’s hotshoe or top part
  3. Attach all three cameras together and use duct tape to make hold it in place
  4. Let dry for 24 hours
  5. Once dry, attach the lamp pipe at the back using cold weld compound again
Photo from starsforstreetlights

Once you’ve got the base set, it’s time to make the lamp shade! Follow the instructions in one of our old Tipsters or the one from starsforstreetlights.

Information for this article was sourced from starsforstreetlights

written by cruzron on 2013-11-07 in #gear #tipster #upcycle #diy #tipster #slide #camera #film

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