Croz DIY Digital Camera

The Croz DIY Digital Camera is the photography equivalent of a Raspberry Pi. Sort of. Despite its simplicity and size the Croz boasts a changeable lens — with wide-angle and fisheye included — and has but two buttons: one is the shutter and the other is a switch that toggles through photo effects. Its acrylic casing means you won’t need to build or 3D print your own and it runs on two AAA batteries, simply storing snaps to an SD card. Oh and there’s no digital screen to preview or review; instead it’s got a rectangular viewfinder to frame your shots, and the next time you’ll see them is on the device they’re uploaded to.

Grab one at the MoMA Store – $140