Check out this great Flickr gallery by Jason Hull who converts old cameras from the 50's and 60's into vintage camera nightlights.
i'm not modifying cameras if they are in prisitine condition or if they're rare, i'd rather they stay usable as cameras in those cases.
the ones i've chosen are lightweight plastic, produced in huge numbers and easily found for sale at flea markets/ garage sales/ ebay.
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