When most people find a cool vintage gadget like a camera or a record player, their first thought is to bring it to a shop that can restore said gadget. Not director/photographer Jason Bognacki. When he discovered a Piccolette Contessa-Nettel camera from 1919 sitting on one of his shelves, he decided to modify it to fit onto his Canon 5D Mark II. The result is a steampunk-looking creation that manages to somehow to shoot pretty dope, vintage-looking photographers. Head over to Bognacki's website to check out the images. We have no idea how he did this, but we're very happy he did. 

[via The Verge]