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18/Jan/2005

The images here were taken with my two pinhole cameras: the pinhole modified Lubitel medium format camera and the Nikon FM pinhole 'lens'. The increased film size of the Lubitel gives better resolution than the 35mm pinhole camera.

 

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Branimir Fagarazzi wrote at 5/6/2007 15:30:11:

Really perfect work and sharp photo.Please can you sand me tehnical description how you made this camera.I have olso the same camera

Mike wrote at 5/6/2007 21:00:14:

Thanks for your comments. I'm glad you like the photos.
The pinhole camera was made by removing the lens. It was held in place using some sort of wire clip. I think I used a small screwdriver but it was quite a few years ago so I can't remember now. The pinhole was made by pushing the tip of a pin into a thick piece of foil - the sort which is used for pies from a supermarket or bakery. This was held in place using blu-tac.
To answer your other comments in the other post about the pinhole size, it was difficult to measure but I think it might have been 1/4mm or a similar size.

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