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Instagram Halloween Costume by Eric Micotto

Published Oct 31, 2012

Eric Micotto is an American photographer based in Japan. For this year’s Halloween, Eric decided to dress up as a fully functional Instagram camera.

His Nikon camera took the pictures through the costume’s “lens” and an iPad was used at the back as the camera’s LCD screen.

More details from his blog:

“A quick rundown on the setup. I used a Nikon D800 with an Eye-fi SD card combined with a portable wifi router. Note that in most cases, the portable router isn’t necessary as the Eye-fi card is equipped with a direct transfer mode allowing you to transfer straight to your device. Unfortunately because the D800 isn’t fully compatible with this mode, I have to use the router.”

via DesignTaxi Eric Micotto’s website

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