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    You could make a miniature Eric Renner multi hole Pano camera. To do this you would need a cylinder that would be glued inside, and the film/paper would go around this, the emulsion facing the round wall of the can. Pinholes would be made to fit in the round wall. To do this right, see Renner. He tells all. You would need to space the holes just right to get the overlap to be continuous and not destructive to the image. Hey, he has one of these prints in MOMA, so somebody likes it.

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    Any kind of tin with a light-tight lid will work just fine. I've used several sizes and shapes of cookie tins. It's great fun to make and use pinhole cameras from any type of box or container. Eric Renner's book is excellent and a fascinating read.

    Peter Gomena

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