Bonus 35mm film canister to 120 film adapter.
Pinhole cameras made in Canada from Canadian maple, walnut and cherry.
All materials are kiln dried and stable.
Cameras were made to be as small and light as possible. They weigh around 200 grams without film. Weight varies slightly depending on wood used.
Body is assembled from 8 pieces of wood for maximum strength and stability.
Film advance knob is made from machined brass component and wood. All brass hardware and 0.001" (0.0254mm) shim stock is used for pinhole.
In addition to internal flat painted black surface, back cover and film gate is lined with velvet to prevent scratches and ensure film flatness.
For simplicity, film tension is adjusted with two thumb nuts on the back of the camera. The same thumb nuts are holding the back cover.
Front and back of the camera are machined flat in order to make front mounting surface parallel with film gate. This enables camera to hold film flat and be usable as a film back with custom made adapters.
This is enabled by removable pinhole plate.
1/4" tripod mount is located 48mm from the left side looking at the front of the camera.
Additional pinhole boards available on request. Blank boards also available on request for custom uses.
Pinholes are precision drilled to 0.20mm diameter.
Focal length is 30mm. F stop is around 150.
Size is 132mm x 80mm x 40mm without protrusions (shutter and thumb nuts).
1 year warranty applies to the camera.
Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions.
If the shipping cost looks too high, please let me know. Shipping fees can vary a lot for different locations.
Camera is not shipped with take up spool. If you need it, limited quantity of used spools is available. Leave a note when placing the order. 35mm film in pictures is not included.
35mm film adapter designed by Clint O'Connor. 120 mm film number window needs to be taped or plugged with light blocking tape or plug.
Regular Air parcels are not tracked. Items will be shipped without tracking only to US, Europe, Australia and Japan.