Tinkerers have been turning flatbed scanners into cameras for a while, but this version by a Japanese modder is one of the finest I've seen--both in technical execution and the incredible quality of the massive 130-megapixel images it creates.
Basically, this is the digital equivalent of a large-format view camera. Only even bigger. A mechanical implement moves the scanner's CCD sensor over the image projected by the old Canon FD lens (he has other lens mounts, too). And here's a still life, all 13,068 x 10,173 pixels of it: