Eh, just as an explanation, before anyone jumps to any conclusion: I'm not going to be selling my DIY cameras: we have a local photo club here, and when the other guys heard I'll be making a wooden pinhole, I immediately got swamped with requests in the like of "Well, make one for me, too!"
Any, since a friend told me that, as long as I'll be buying some hardware for the camera (bullseye levels, tripod bushings, knobs, etc.), I might as well make several cameras
So, my design isn't likely to pop up on ebay as an unauthorized Zero Image rippof
I simply like the Zero Image concept: the cameras seem lovely, they seem to work rather well, and seem worth investigating. I thought about buying one for quite some time: however, the price and shipping being what they are, I thought I could as well make my own, since I do have some limited woodworking experience. Attached are some of my DIY experiments
So, I'm still studying other people's designs in order to decide how to solve some problems (e.g. how the camera is to be closed, etc.).
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