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DIY Pinhole Camera Kit

DIY Pinhole Camera Kit

A DIY Pinhole Camera Kit? Yes, please. Did you know that Astronomer Gemma Frisus de Radio constructed the first pinhole camera to examine the solar eclipse of 1544? That was a long time ago, and to this day some photographers still prefer pinhole cameras to get a vintage, moody look for their shots. Maybe try it out by putting together this kit and taking some photos, you know, with actual film? It could be fun!

Ages 12+

Made from stickers, paper, acrylic, recycled cardboard, aluminium, medium format film spool, reclaimed ABS

DIY Pinhole Camera Kit

Measurements: 3.5″ L x 3.9″ W x 5.1″ H
Care: Avoid moisture

– 2 press out sheets
– reclaimed medium format spool
– precision laser-cut pinhole
– red light proof window
– sticker sheet
– step by step instructions

Compatible with both medium format and 35mm film (not included).

Available from Uncommon Goods, $47.00.

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