Paper Pinhole Camera
Take real photographs with this DIY paper pinhole camera. Pinhole cameras do not have optical lenses. Instead, the film is exposed by light coming through a tiny hole in front of the camera. The pinhole captures a direct image of everything in front of it, and because there is no lens, the image will be in focus at all distances. The best pinhole pictures are taken on a bright day.
- Assemble in 1-2 hours, No knife or scissors needed
- Made of strong black cardstock paper, 10.43 x 7.48 x .12 inches, 1.28 oz
- Use 35mm film (not included) preferably ISO200
- Technical Specs: Aperture 1.16 mm, Focal length 20mm, F stop F/130
- Instructions included