Like the Lomo Konstuktor (which I have actually konstrukted and found to be pretty cool), the Last Camera comes as a kit so you can build your own camera.
Unlike the Lomo, though, the Last Camera comes with two interchangeable lenses, and you can buy extra kits to customize it in the future, and it even ships with a special “light leak” back that lets stray photons in through the back door.
The Last Camera uses 35mm film, and comes with two lenses: a wide 22mm and a standard 45mm. It’s all manual, and it looks like you have the choice of just one aperture per lens. But you get two backs in the box, and one of them has a little sliding door at the bottom to give you genuine light leak effects.
Apparently, though, this camera is too complex for women to build:
If you’re a girl, and happen to have a boyfriend, sweetly ask him to build it for you! If you have a husband, just force him to build it.
The Last Camera is available now, for ¥4,095, or around $40. Not bad for a full-frame camera.