Cary Norton is completely freaking stoked about the Legotron—and with good reason; go to the link to see the nice pix he took with it. Assembly photos at his site.
And if you've always wanted a Hasselblad but just couldn't spring the scratch (they're actually still fairly expensive on the used market)—you could go the route of Kelly Angood's Pinhole "Hasselblad," made almost entirely of corrugated cardboard. An oatmeal cannister probably works better—but isn't as stylish, unless you admire the Quaker dude's bomb diggity lid.
Of course, the weirdness of Cory and Kelly's two cameras pales in comparison to something truly weird, such as Wayne Martin Belger's Human Skull Camera, made from the 150-year-old skull of a 13-year-old girl. Fair warning: the link might somewhat discomfiting if you happen to be a human being yourself.
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