This is my Lego Nikon DSLR with a vertical control grip and 18-200mm Nikon Lens. The DSLR has a screen which has a picture of a flower in front of the Nikon control screen where you can control the Aperture etc. You can also control the lens on the side of the camera with a wheel connected to an axel which in turn moves the lens; see the pictures for the mechanism. You can also open the camera up to change the picture and you can see how it works (2 cogs and an elastic band). The DSLR has a built in flash which pops up and it has an autofocus light as well. On the DSLR itís self it has an eye light and a LCD screen so you can view your photos. The DSLR has a neck strap made from the Lego chains and a lens cap for the camera. You can actually put it around your neck so you can carry it around all-day; the weight of the camera can be carried by the strap. On the prism of the camera on the flash housing it has the Nikon logo on it. On the top of the camera is the shutter button and the mode selector switch, on the right hand side of the flash is a small LCD screen where you can change minimal functions such as ISO setting, and the Aperture and Shutter Speed.
The DSLR camera is based off the Nikon D3X, with the 18-200mm Nikon Lens.
About this creation
This is the battery grip of the camera where you can store additional batteries and it also makes it easier to take portrait pictures,
This a picture of the Nikon 18-200mm lens which is on the camera,
This is the lens cap which can be fitted on the lens when it's not in use,
Here is a picture of the lens cap again and the strap which can fully support the weigh of the camera,
Here is the picture of the pop up flash on the camera along with the Nikon logo,
Here is a picture of the battery grip where you can store extra batteries and take pictures more easily in portrait mode,
Here is a picture of the Mechanism, this is where you can control the lens by the turn wheel on the side of the camera,