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Pinhole, a 3D printed camera

A great lover of old cameras and ancestral image capture techniques, the American Clint O'Connor proposed a pinhole project on Kickstarter. This designer has always used the pinhole principle to take his photographs. This is a technique derived from the camera obscura, based on exposing the film to light through a very small diameter hole. This term is translated in English as pinhole camera, hence the name of his project. Its box is printed thanks to a STL file that it will make available to bakers. In another version, there is a camera that you can download from Cults and then print in 3D yourself.

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source: 3DPrintingIndustry

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