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Meine Zersägten Kameras
6x14 Roll Film Back for Plaubel Peco Junior 
6x14 Wide Angle Camera
35mm Panoramic Camera
mFT Adapter with iris for Pentax Auto 110 Lenses 
Stereo Camera made from two 35mm Cameras
Kiev EF - Russian "Rangefinder" with EF mount
Cosina Stereo K - Stereo SLR with Pentax mount
Rolleicord Stereo - my TriLR
Classic Rolleiflex with modern meter
Mamiya 6,3/50 adapted to Graflex Century Graphic
Wistamiya DIY Hybrid
Rollei 35 feeling on the Sony A7
More weird lens adaptations to the Sony A7R(II)
Wistamiya II  - Hasselblad SWC's poor relative
Rolleiflex SL 2000 with digital back „SWVS“
Under construction
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Other "odd" cameras
Rudolf Keller Photography, 1925 – 1942
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New additions:

Rolleiflex SL 2000 with digital back „SWVS" (updated)

Lens Shades matching the APS-C image sensor format – homemade



Last changed: May 9, 2017

My first ventures into the inside of cameras ended in chaos, naturally, with missing or left over parts, and certainly with cameras out of order.

I still had fun, though...

Nowadays, I cause less damage, but I also do much less film photography, so there is hardly anything left to repair.

But "digital" isn't everything, smetimes it is quite informative to see what can be done on film as well.

This is how I came to do some DIY projects, to be explained here. One way or another, a hacksaw was always part of the game, hence the title of the page (something like "My hacksawed Cameras"). Then again, two-component adhesive is also essential...

Apart from all the joy of tinkering, the search for solutions to implement a desired function, and certainly the fun of using a – unique – camera, there is a certain thrill accompanied with such projects. I have a limited budget for my DIY projects, so that I cannot afford unlimited supply of old cameras. And my technical ability is limited too, so that a serious error may put an immediate end to the whole undertaking. Drilling or cutting sometimes means balancing on a knife's edge, and if you slip, the screwdriver sticks between the shutter blades...

I am always looking for comments and suggestions - and I will happily answer questions.