5 MP CMOS image sensor
Automatic exposure compensation and white balance
Supports standard and Wifi SD cards up to 32GB
Micro USB jack
4 color effects: normal, black and white, sepia, and blue
1-button system for on, off, and shoot
Compatible with MAC OS and Windows XP SP2/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10
What’s in the box:
1 camera board
1 paper case
1 washable paper strap
1 micro USB cable
4 plastic and 2 brass fasteners
*If you’re buying from the international site, AAA batteries are not included for shipping safety reasons. If you’re buying from the Philippines, (1) 8 GB SD card and (2) AAA batteries are included. If you’re buying from Paper Shoot, it’s ₱P3,995 per camera, and there are many designs available. This one from OLX is a limited-edition promotional version and is not for sale.
If you’ve been following my blog for the last few years, you’d know that I’m a sucker for quirky cameras, especially the ones that you need to build yourself. This one will fit right in with my pinhole camera, juice box camera, and other vintage cams.
1. Keep your hands clean and dry when using this camera.
2. Use it when it’s dry and sunny outside.
3. Avoid water contact and extreme heat at all costs.
4. This isn’t meant to take award-winning National Geographic photos, so pretend it’s 1990: Keep your hands steady, make sure there’s enough natural light, and don’t attempt to disassemble the circuit board.
5. If you’re wearing a lot of makeup, avoid placing the camera on your skin when looking through the viewer.
OLX’s Paper Shoot Camera contest just ended, but don’t fret! They’ve collaborated with KateWasHere.com for a new giveaway. I’m raffling off one camera to my loyal readers (plus points if you’re an eco babe!). Join via the Rafflecopter below: