mechanical cannibal shoots invisible uv onto film, bases on a compactified slr .this puppy will tell you how long to stay on that shutter.never need anew battery . it can also turn ice cubes into gold.
a list of stuff
uv filter screwdrivers hacksaw spraypaint (ford miami blue met) vice brush hammer files a pin fine sandpaper flatbed scanner scalpel biro umberella pliers superglue reamer drills contact adhesive sticker maker biscuits box of stuff epoxy a tie dremmel bodyfiller chocolate camera tobacco tins blowtorch pin drinks can coffee forceps grease degreaser enamel paint marker pen and an ice cube gold converter if you can source one.
Step 1: Time lapse teardown
for the basic teardown (first few steps of this instructable) i used time lapse photo, this step is getting the lid off.
Step 2: Time lapse teardown
mirror prism shutter and selftimer out
Step 3: Time lapse teardown
removing the shutter from the base plate so it can be put back in to stabalise the fiml transport system
Step 4: Reference
taking some mesurments for future reference ,(plans for another camera in the making.
Step 5: Exposure
working out exposure ,well thinking about it, then making it correlate with the lightmeter . i will get back to this
Step 6: Inital value guess
i guess it will be around here ,somewhere.
Step 7: Focal length reduction
newdisks from the bay.
Step 8: Uv filter mount
check out my uv lamp! putting cutting fluid on your drill makes them work better.
Step 9: The lid needs adjusting so all the fitted parts have to come off.
little containers come in handy to keep bits in some sort of order.
Step 10: Chopperdy chop chop
the metals quite flexible and springy but dont push yur luck. you get one bend if you try to reverse it will probably fall off
Step 11: Phil mc crevis
the screw is a necessary evil.
Step 12: Bouncy shutter
just keep rummaging until something fits. biro spring
Step 13: Light proof bit between the film and the hole
tobacco tin origami , super glue then bodyfiller .
Step 14: Shutter filter mount combo.
epoxy holds it together, bar on right keeps shutter flush, top needs trimming as it hits lightmeter this caused problems later on.
Step 15: Part of an umberella
just the right size to continue the lines.