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A one of a kind and easy to use pinhole camera made from plywood.

The camera uses a 120mm film and makes 16 square images.
It measures 14.4 x 9.3 x 5.5 cm's. In inches that will be 5.66 by 3.66 by 2.16.
I've tried to make it as small as possible.
The focal length is 38mm.
The fourth photo shows a wooden handmade take up spool but I've replaced this with an original 120 film take up spool.
On the back it has a counter hole.

On top I've added some black rubber to close the top avoiding light leaks.
The slide on the front can be used on the right and left side, whichever you like best.

With the camera I will send a b&w 120 Ilford 125 Iso film, expiration date March 2015.

This pinhole camera has my artwork on the front and back of the camera.
On the front it has a photo of 'Lac des Settons', a lake close by my home.
On the back it has a photo of a fence in a field I took only last week on a foggy morning.

The camera comes with an explanation on how to use it although it is very easy to use and the explanation will be short.

Thank you for stopping by,
Marion

Artwork on the camera by me a.k.a. Lenoirrr. My website http://www.lenoirrr.fr

SALE Pinhole Camera for 120mm film takes square images - included a 120 film

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, paper, glue, metal
  • Feedback: 780 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Limanton, France
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