Keep it very simple for the MSA:
Some cardboard as a lensboard with aluminum foil with a pinhole as a "lens" in the middle.
You can also cut a square out of a cola can, make a pinhole and use some tape as a shutter.
And off course duct tape to put it all together. Shouldn't take more than 30 minutes to put it together.
Instead of 116 film you can use photo paper cut to size as paper sheet film.
The paper negatives can be scanned or just contact printed as well.
I'll promise you: it will be fun and you'll get some astounding images you never expected.
Just give it a try.
Bert from Holland
None of that is simple without a darkroom, I'm not going to buy new materials or film I don't own just for the MSA just like others won't go buying Holgas just for the MSA, but I will reuse unloved stuff, we'll see, I have some old 116 film that was cheap that needs shooting. Just that I don't think it's wise to combine an already unfamiliar process (pinhole) with film that is ancient and is probably at this point an ASA of about .75 or 3... That's like a 6 hour daylight exposure haha. (And again, snow, so nothing but white outside).
Sorry OP for the chatter, developing a sheet for you today.
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