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Presenting the Konstruktor Transparent Collector's Edition

See the magic inside an analogue SLR Camera with the Konstruktor Transparent. This collector's item helps you to better understand how an analogue camera functions!

Learn the mechanics behind an analogue camera with the brand new Konstruktor Transparent Collector’s Edition. Just like the original Konstruktor camera, you can build the Transparent Konstruktor yourself in order to better understand how an analogue camera functions. It looks absolutely fantastic on any coffee table or bookshelf, and will act as a perfect conversation starter and centre piece for your upcoming holiday parties.

Treat yourself to this Collector’s edition display camera today, or gift it to a friend as a wonderful seasonal present!

Buy now or Visit the Konstruktor Microsite

The Konstruktor Collector’s Gift Bundle

Want to have one Konstruktor camera to go out and shoot with and another to look fabulous at home? Get the brand new Konstruktor Transparent Collector’s Edition together with the original Konstruktor 35mm SLR camera in one delightful gift bundle.

Buy the Konstruktor Collector’s Bundle

Please note that this collectible is for display purposes only and is not for photographic use.

written by shhquiet


  1. aranmanoth


    Who the heck is gonna pay 60€ to display a plastic camera at home? For that I could easily get a real antique to display!

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  2. wil6ka


    now they go coocoo crazy...

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  3. dermanu


    Well, it's a collector's item and I guess there a re a few collectors among us. ;-)

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  4. stratski


    LSI guy 1: "O noes, we got in a bunch of Konstruktors in the wrong plastic! They're translucent, totally unusable"
    LSI guy 2: "Damn! What are we going to do? Better chuck them in the trash...
    LSI guy 3: 'Wait! I've got an idea. Let's sell them as collectors items."
    LSI guy 1: "Great idea! But do you think people will fall for it?"
    LSI guy 2: Just add a few bucks to the price to make it more collectible."


    But to be fair, I actually think it's a fun idea. A bit pricey though...

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  5. lomofrue


    i think it's beautiful buuuuuuut too expensive

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  6. nigell


    Not sure if the lens is at all usable, but it'd be interesting to see what effect using it on a standard Konstruktor would give, I'll not be spending £55-00 to find out though. Does look pretty, though!

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  7. holgardo


    Sometimes it seems that product designers are just to high to work.
    It sure looks pretty and maybe for teachers (and I am a teacher) it could have some sense. But the price is to high for a useless camera.
    Giving it a second though; even for educational purposes is useless. I mean the mechanics can be seen (and used) in the regular black camera.

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  8. neanderthalis


    @wil6ka & @stratski I could not agree more :)

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  9. barocio


    I guess what would be worthwhile seeing is how the film advance gears turn once there is film loaded. But yea, why would you make it more than twice as expensive as the one you can use? =/

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  11. freakoftheweek


    To see to whole functionality without wasting film, this camera needs some translucent roll of film to!

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  12. fadjaradiputra


    Really good! but just give as a souvenir

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  13. pearlyo


    So pretty! Pity that it can't actually be used

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