Articles tagged "3d-printing"

Edelkrone expands 3D-printed ORTAK line with new SKATER 3D kit

Edelkrone has added another product to its ‘co-manufactured’ ORTAK lineup.

Edelkrone now offers a 3D-printed DIY solution for its FlexTILT tripod head

The FlexTILT Head 3D is the first product in Edelkrone's new ORTAK lineup, which is specifically designed to piggyback off the growing trend of 3D printing.

Relio² is a second-gen light cube that comes with 3D-printable accessories

The Relio² is a highly customizable portable lighting system for photography and other color-critical applications.

These 3D-printed hotshoe covers remind you what speed film you have inside your camera

Photographer Guy Sie has customized a set of 3D-printed hotshoe covers with numbers so you'll never forget what speed film you have in your camera.

Full 360-degree camera rig takes your 3D portrait with 60 DSLRs

Printing in 3D is in the news a lot lately, but applications are usually limited to industrial prototypes. A company called Captured Dimensions has a different use for this technology. They've rigged 60 DSLRs in a 360-degree array to capture 3D portraits. The likeness is then printed using a substance containing gypsum powder, resulting in a 3D sculpture of 1/12 to 1/5 scale. Ready for your 3D closeup? Click through for more details (including how much it'll set you back).

Resurrecting a WWII optic with scraps and a 3D printer

Falling into the interesting photo experiments category, Patrick Letourneau adapted a Kodak Aero Ektar 178mm F2.5 lens, a surplus lens originally used during World War II in bomber-mounted cameras, to use with his Panasonic GH2. A Thorium-oxide coating was used on the Aero Ektar's rear element to improve its refraction index, a fact that adds a sense of intrigue to the unique project. Click through for more details, and pictures.