The other day I was timing enlargements in the bathroom by the tick of my old Sony transistor alarm clock that I got for Christmas 1986. It's legendary in our family for its godawful MIDI version of Vivaldi's "Spring" that serves as the alarm. Well, I knocked it off the windowsill as I pulled a print out of the developer and it bit the dust.

I'd been intending to build a pinhole camera for 120 out of some sort of household item anyway, and I figured this was a perfect opportunity. It bit the dust in the line of photographic duty after all!

Set up a webpage last night where I'll be tracking the process. So far it's mostly backstory and disassembly pics, with a little historical flavor.

http://www.machinehum.com/images/sony/