Y Studio Style shows off custom-made vintage cameras re-purposed as desk lamps.
The remade desk lamp from the discarded antique folding camera. The fresh design makes the disabled item return to modern life. The steel joint in the middle can adjust the angles of the lamp. The weight at the end can balance the overall weight. The head is matched with an E17 Edison-base holder, as well the brass dimmer for intensity control.
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