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  1. #11

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    Self built "box" camera because I didn't like the angle of view for any of the "commercial" built cameras. About 140mm FL on a Mamiya 645 film back, so I can do 645 and 135 films with the backs that I own. I've dropped pictures of the early version in here before. Haven't used it in many months now and need to find the motivation again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoPete View Post
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    Hehehe - good one !

    Mine is a JCB ....

    Southern yellow pine with a 0.002" brass shimstock aperture plate drilled to 0.020" aperture size.

    cheers from John C Bartley

    Here it is :
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    Nikon N75 with a pinhole in the body cap.

    Steve

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    Well, here goes...

    All handcrafted cameras:

    4" x 5" craft box camera;
    8" x 8" oak 8-shot falling plate camera (film boards fall face down into bottom of camera - focal length > film holder height);
    24mm x 36mm brass 9-shot "spy cam" (i.e. 9 shots on one 35mm negative in a 3x3 grid);
    6cm x 6cm brass rollfilm cam;
    6.5" x 9" / 5" x 8" convertable aluminum 8-shot falling plate camera;
    4" x 4" wooden 8-shot paper rollfilm camera (photo paper cut into 4" x 10" strips from 8" x 10" paper and taped into a long roll with black paper backing and frame numbers with red viewing window);
    4" x 4" wooden 24-shot paper rollfilm camera;
    8" x 10", 9-cell "grid-cam";
    4" x 4", 8-shot galvanized steel falling plate camera;
    24" x 30" "Mega-Cam", using a 3x3 collage of 8"x10" paper negatives;
    1/8" x 1/8" brass "Micro-Cam"

    Also:

    A pinhole/shutter lens board for my 4" x 5" Speed Graphic, with accessory 1/4" viewing "pencil hole" board.

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    Holy pinhole GAS Joe! That is one impressive collection. Post some images in the gallery when you get a chance. I think we'd all love to see some of them.

    Also don't forget the World Pinhole Day Print Exchange.

    Regards, Art.
    Visit my website at www.ArtLiem.com
    or my online portfolios at APUG and ModelMayhem

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    They have "brands" now ?!?!?!?
    I make my own. I currently have a 4X5, a 5X7, an old Kodak 6X9 folder converted to a 70mm FL, a 3 1/4 X 4 1/4" Spamera (Spam can) and an anamorphic number made out of an aluminum salt shaker. I've made others, out of old box cameras and such, but have given them to others to enjoy.

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    8 Banners Dragon 6x17
    The soul never thinks without an image.
    - Aristotle

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    hand made, or body cap ..
    all laser holes from minute aperture ...
    if my apug gallery looks empty you might check these places

    website
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    4x5 zero image
    8x10 built by ralph young
    6x6 agfa folder converted to pinhole
    6x9 folder converted to pinhole
    1 gallon paint can with one hole in the side and one in the top.
    35mm match box camera

    eddie

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    Ole
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    ECCO.

    At least that's what's printed on the shoe box...
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
    Norway

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