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The Weekly Challenge: Cameras

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This Week's Challenge:
Make anything camera-related.
(Using a camera to document your project does not count. Make something!)

To Enter:
Complete the challenge as specified above and share a link for a Photo or Step-By-Step Instructable in the comments below.


Thanks to everyone who entered. As always, it was tough picking a winner... but I did. Don't forget to enter this week's Robot Challenge.

1st Place

Great Astrophotography - A How-To Guide by GuiltyPixel


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