5X7 / 4X5 PINHOLE CAMERA

Discussion in 'Pinhole Photography' started by LAWRIE, Feb 18, 2010.

  1. LAWRIE

    LAWRIE Member

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    I am fairly new to pinhole photography and recently completed my second camera. Sourcing film in my neck of the woods is very difficult, hence the dual format approach.

    The camera is made of mahogany, brass, an assortment of bits and bobs and various found objects.

    Two focal length pinholes and shutters are each accomodated in their own interchangeable wooden sections. (The main photo shows the 80mm pinhole attached). The second pinhole is 120mm focal length.

    I'm expecting a delivery of fresh film soon and will post images.
     
  2. premo

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    I buy my film from freestyle, thru the mail. I suppose I could get film in Montreal, but it is 75 miles away, and an un-pleasant crossing the border (both ways).
     
  3. Colin Corneau

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    Attach a photo, please - it'd be interesting to see this project.