DIY Paper SLR Pinhole Camera Kit
Make-It-Yourself Paper Pinhole kit assembles in 1-2 hours – no knife or scissors needed. The camera uses 35mm film, preferably ISO200. Pinhole cameras to not have an optical lens. Instead, light exposes the film through a small hole. This pinhole captures a direct image of everything in front of it. This is called 'raw' photography. Film is exposed by light through a tiny hole in front of camera. Because there is no lens, the image will be in focus at all distances. The best pinhole pictures are taken on a bright day. The camera must be very still when shooting. Exposure times range from 5 seconds to hours and sometimes days.
- Made of strock black cardstock paper
- No knife or scissors needed
- 1-2 hours assembly time
- Uses 35mm film (not included
- Instructions included