OpenReflex

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Project visual OpenReflex
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LeoM
Saint-Étienne
44
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014
End date
€1,677
Out of €5,000
34 %

An universal SLR camera to reuse all your old lens, 3d Printed. 35mm film, medium format, polaroïd. 100% Open Source !

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

End of campaign.

Hi,

 

First, thanks to everybody who support this project.

Sadly, the campaign doesn't reach the given goal, I draw the necessary conclusions and you should be refunded of all you had given to the campaign.

I'll not give up the project anyway, I will continue to work on it during my free time with my own money. Everything will be slower, probably less documented too, but nothing is never over with the OpenSource.

I will continue to update the project here : http://hackaday.io/project/1834-OpenReflex-rework

 

During the campaign, one of the biggest restraint was the old school / film aspect of the camera.

That's why one of the main development axis will be the building of a DIY digital back big size, with low cost and simple elements. From the firsts track I get some ideas that could give very interesting results. (sensible surface of 60x60mm (even 6x9)  with 70Mpix)

 

I do not exclude a new campaign in the future, but nothing without more concrete elements to show and much more preparation.

 

I will work now much closer to the Saint Etienne (Fr) FabLab "OpenFactorySainté" and also try to involve the local makers and photographer community to join me in the development.

 

If you want to continue to follow this project and be involved in the development do not hesitate to contact me directly [ contact ~ãt~ leomarius.com ] , I'll continue to update this page with the more significative elements.

 

Thanks again to all of you,

Sincerely,

Léo Marius.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

1937 Kodak lens on Canon DSLR

Hi,

Here is a quick adaptation to my last OpenReflex hack for my Canon DSLR.

 

Now I can use this lens on my two cameras ! :)

Sam_3432

 

It's working fine, soon pictures I take with this setup ! (I just need to find my compact flash memory cards...)

Here is the 3D file with a quick explanation.

 

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

A new life for a 1938 Kodak camera.

Got a old cameras collection ? Some a broken and you don't know what to do with ?

 

OpenReflex got a solucion, you just have to print a custom ring lens for your camera and you can use it on the OpenReflex ! And even on your modern DSLR !

 

Here is a test I just make with an old broken camera I have.
Some pictures of the OpenReflex setup :

 

Sam_3404-001

 

Sam_3410-001

 

Sam_3402

 

Sam_3414

OpenReflex with the old broken Kodak senior 6.

 

 

Soon the Canon DSLD setup (as soon I fix my 3D printer... >< )

Friday, July 04, 2014

OpenReflex interview on lesimprimantes3d.fr (fr)

Find here an interview on the Open Reflex (french) :
http://www.lesimprimantes3d.fr/interview-openreflex-v2/

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Polaroïd hack

Here are the first polaroïd camera on the OpenReflex family, based on a hack of Lomography hack and a old Kodak lens, it's working ! :)

 

Instructables step by step soon.

 

The Camera :

 

Sam_3377

 

First pictures take with :

 

Sam_3374

 

 

 

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Refonte de la page de présentation

Grosse refonte de la page du projet aujourd'hui !

Redécouvrez le projet et ses objectifs avec une présentation plus claire et mieux organisée !

 

Au revoir les longs textes !

Monday, June 16, 2014

L'OpenReflex à Futur en Seine.

Présentation vidéo de l'OpenReflex pour Clubic au le salon Futur en Seine.

Découvrez un peu mieux comment il fonctionne avec la visée directe et l’obturateur en vidéo.

 

Clubic Live (salons) - Futur en Seine 2014 : un appareil photo open source imprimé en 3D (vidéo)Clubic - Léo Marius, jeune designer indépendant, nous présente l'Open Reflex, un appareil photo argentique qui présente la particularité d'être open source et de pouvoir être fabriqué pour quelques euros par n'importe qui ayant accès à une imprimante 3D.