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Beautiful Crystal DSLR Bookends Make Holding Up Books a Snap

Check out these beautiful crystal DSLR bookends! Created by photo accessory company Fotodiox, they’re handcrafted 2/3-scale replicas of the Canon 7D DSLR with a zoom kit lens. In addition to holding up your literature collection, they can also be a nice addition to your desk as paperweights.

You can pick one up for $60 over on Amazon. The product description there doesn’t appear to be referring to these bookends, though. You can also buy them for $90 through the official website.

Since they’re designed to be bookends, you’ll probably want to buy and gift at least two of them.

(via Gizmodo)


 
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  • jdm8

    Very nice looking.

  • Jonathan Maniago

    How many glass elements?

  • http://www.petapixel.com Michael Zhang

    We haven’t seen an official spec list yet, but my best educated guess says that it’s around 1

  • Dave

    The amazon page lists the product as 1x1x1 inch?

  • https://twitter.com/#!/thelonelylights Adam Cross

    I can see two Minolta X-700′s on that shelf wooooo, can’t tell the lenses but that’s a 280PX flash gun, X-700′s are great (except the useless program mode) and under appreciated because everyone talks about Canon AE-1 and Nikon F series (even the Pentax K1000 gets more talk), the Minolta X-500/X-700 are excellent… if you see one, buy one! ^_^

  • Tim

    Agreed! My X-300 died recently (which i’ve had since i was a boy ) so i treated myself to an X-700. I got it for £30 off fleabay and it came with a 135mm prime! Solid, solid cameras and great glass. If you can get hold of a Vivitar 28mm close focus then i’d fully recommend it. Think vast landscapes with insanely close foreground objects, Bill Brandt style…