26.10.11 by Jeff

Fully Functional Camera Costume

AKA the greatest Halloween costume EVER! It actually shoots photos!

Fully Functional Camera Costume aka best halloween costume ever

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Watch the video below!


Created by Tyler Card

via: curious brain













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • JW

    That’s actually insane.
    Insanely cool.

    Too bad it’s not a film camera 😉

  • Oh. My. God. That is amazing. He’d better win some prizes for that one.

  • Cassie

    So cool!

  • Cindy

    Awesome! its my camera! LOL!!

  • LOL, now the cameraman is not “holding” the camera but he is “wearing” it 😀

  • Vishal

    Too bad he doesn’t have HD 1080 video

  • what, a slutless halloween party?!

  • This actually looks pretty simple to make and drunkenly destroy 😛 Kool stuff bro.

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  • Godbluff

    Is the lack of Halloween theme in a costume a US thing? I can’t see anything hallowed evening about it. It may as well be called random costume day.





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