DIY Pinhole Camera, Solargraphy Kit

$13.00
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The paper pinhole camera can be assembled in 1-2 hours (no knife or scissors needed). Pinhole cameras do not have optical lenses. Film is exposed by light through a tiny hole in front of camera. As there is no lens, the image will be in focus at all distances. Pinhole cameras are good for close up shots due to the DOF (depth of field) of the pinhole. The camera must be very still when shooting. Exposure time ranges from 5 seconds to hours and sometimes days. For best pinhole pictures, it is recommended to be taken on a bright day.

 

  • Square picture format with images of 24mm x 24mm, with four settings using 2 apertures plus a soft focus filter
  • Uses 35mm film (not included) and preferably ISO 200 or higher

 

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