It isn't hard to find an adapter for a a DSLR, but those of us who have compact" point and shoot" cameras aren't so lucky. After looking online for a few days and Finding a similar divice for over $50, I decided to do some problem solving.... I didn't think to take pics as I went, but I do have a few pics of the finished product.
You will need:
1 Toilet Paper roll tube
Duct tape or any strong, sturdy tape
PS... this is my first instructable, I do realize that it might be a little chaotic
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Step 1: Step 1
Get your TP roll and cut about 1/3 of the length off. Cover the outside of the roll with a sturdy tape, mainly for stability. Duct tape would be ideal, but all I had laying around was red tail light tape due to a recent fender bender.
In the pic, you can see some of Step 2... I'll get to that.
Step 2: Step 2
Get a piece of paper... I used standard printer paper. I made about a 3/4" lengthwise fold, and kept folding until the whole thing is one long/thick strip.
Then I just wrapped it around the lens a couple time until it looked like it would fill in the gap between the lense and the TP roll.
Secure the ends of the rolled up paer with a few small pieces of scotch tape.
slide it into the TP roll and put several pieces of scotch tape to secure the paper to the TP roll
sorry, the pic cut off for some reason, but you get the idea
Step 3: Step 3
now just slide it on there and try it out... it may need a little adjusting. When you have it all under control, fasten the camera to the adapter and fasten the adaptrer to the eyepiece. I like to use blue painter tape because it comes off easily and leaves no sticky crap all over everything.
now just play around with your camera settings and enjoy!
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