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The heart of Pinwide is its flawless pinhole aperture. Made with the same precision etching technology used to manufacture semiconductors, our perfectly round pinhole was selected after extensive testing to ensure the highest sharpness. The result is an image that closely matches the look and feel of traditional analog pinhole photography.
Wonderfully Wide We're fans of the big picture, so we gave the Pinwide the widest focal length ever offered for a digital camera. The pinhole is actually recessed inside the camera, allowing for an ultrawide 11mm (22mm equivalent). For the first time, your digital shots can have the astounding scope and gorgeous vignette that come with wide angle pinhole.
Pinhole Power With infinite depth of field and an ultrawide field of view, the Pinwide lets you create incredible near/far shots which would be impossible with a lens. Place the camera in the grass, and even the closest blades of grass will be as sharp as the trees in the background. Or capture the trick-or-treaters through the eyes of the jack-o'-lantern.
Digital Delight Looking through the Pinwide for the first time, it's impossible not to smile. But it's when you take your first pinhole snapshot--virtually impossible with film--that you'll be hooked! All the vintage charm of pinhole, but with a live viewfinder, adjustable ISO, autoexposure and even video. Welcome to the beautiful future of pinhole photography.
Lens Mount: Compatible with Micro 4/3 cameras, except for the Panasonic AG-AF100 or AG-AF101
Aperture: f/96 ~ f/128
Field of View: ~ 80°
Focal length: 11mm (22mm equivalent)
Materials: Ultra-high precision metal etched aperture, durable injection molded plastic
Pinwide Tips & Ideas
Because Pinwide has such an extremely small aperture, your camera's autoexposure system may get easily confused. For best results, put your camera into manual shooting mode. Adjust your ISO and exposure time to get exactly what you want. Use a higher ISO to get shorter exposure times. Use a lower ISO to get longer exposure times with less noise. Program and other AE modes on your camera will most likely not give you the best exposure in a lower light, but they may work sufficiently in bright sunlight. Try shooting with a flash and "dragging the shutter" (use a long shutter speed).
Try some lightpainting! Use a bright LED flashlight and/or an external flash to illuminate the subject over a long exposure time.
Don't forget about pinhole video! Video works best on camera models that have manual control over video settings.
Don't be afraid to get super close to your subject. Exploit the benefits of a pinhole on a small camera! You can get very unique images that no other camera and standard lens can create.
Use a tiny tripod or a Gorillapod to hold your camera steady at unique angles for long exposures. Experiment and see a whole new world right in front of you!
Wanderlust Pinwide Digital Pinhole Cap for Micro Four Thirds Cameras
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