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DSLR Wheel of Filters has 18 ways to take lo-fi photos

DSLR Wheel of Filters has 18 w...
The DSLR Wheel of Filters can be used on Canon or Nikon cameras
The DSLR Wheel of Filters can be used on Canon or Nikon cameras
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Both wheels feature an empty hole for taking images with no additional effect
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Both wheels feature an empty hole for taking images with no additional effect
The DSLR Wheel of Filters is a plastic lens and wheel attachment which lets photographers use their DSLR to take lo-fi and filtered snaps
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The DSLR Wheel of Filters is a plastic lens and wheel attachment which lets photographers use their DSLR to take lo-fi and filtered snaps
Users mount the base-lens as they would any other, and then snap on one of the rotating wheels
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Users mount the base-lens as they would any other, and then snap on one of the rotating wheels
The DSLR Wheel of Filters produces decidedly lo-fi and filtered snaps
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The DSLR Wheel of Filters produces decidedly lo-fi and filtered snaps
One wheel is packed with color filters while the other has macro lenses and prisms to achieve images similar to a Holga multiple way split image filter
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One wheel is packed with color filters while the other has macro lenses and prisms to achieve images similar to a Holga multiple way split image filter
The DSLR Wheel of Filters can be used on Canon or Nikon cameras
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The DSLR Wheel of Filters can be used on Canon or Nikon cameras
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Some people think photography is about capturing images which are perfectly composed, tack-sharp, distortion-free and have amazingly life-like colors. If you're one of them, look away now! The DSLR Wheel of Filters is a plastic lens and wheel attachment which lets photographers use their DSLR to take decidedly lo-fi and filtered snaps which look like they've come from a toy camera.

The DSLR Wheel of Filters follows on from the Holga iPhone Lens Filter Kit. It consists of a Holga base-lens, which comes in Nikon F-mount or Canon EF/EF-S mount varieties, and two wheels which each boast nine color filters or effect lenses.

Users mount the base-lens as they would any other, and then snap on one of the rotating wheels. One is packed with color filters: solids, dual colors, and color surrounds. The other has macro lenses, prisms to achieve images similar to a Holga multiple way split image filter, and even a kaleidoscope.

Both wheels also feature an empty hole for shooting with no additional effect. The plastic Holga base-lens can also be used on its own to take wonderfully/ridiculously lo-fi images or video – that's depending on whether you think using it is a bit of creative fun, or a waste of a perfectly good DSLR.

One wheel is packed with color filters while the other has macro lenses and prisms to achieve images similar to a Holga multiple way split image filter
One wheel is packed with color filters while the other has macro lenses and prisms to achieve images similar to a Holga multiple way split image filter

While the device is certain to be derided by some (you might want to think twice before using it in public on something like a Nikon D800e) it's available online for US$40.

Source: Photojojo

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