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When assembled, the Hole-On Ex is about the size of a disposable camera (2.75" H x 4" W x 2.75" D). Each kit is stylishly packaged in a LP album-size (12” SQ x 1/2” D) corrugated cardboard sleeve.
Pinhole cameras have no optical lens – a pinhole lets light in when the shutter is opened to expose the film. The user is required to experiment with exposure times relative to available light. Given a pinhole camera’s infinite depth of field, the resulting photos are instantly artful with a softer, less crisp appearance than regular photographs. But that’s half the fun! Pinhole cameras are a great way to learning about the fundamentals of light, optics, and photography.
Step- by-step instructions mean the camera can be ready for shooting in less than two hours. It uses standard 35mm film (not included).
When assembled, the Hole-On Ex is about the size of a disposable camera (2.75" H x 4" W x 2.75" D).
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