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A major improvement (i hope) upon my first pinhole camera design. Fully functional and with a few easy steps, ready to use.
-Film advance and rewind dials
-a clicker to tell you how far to advance the film. (8 clicks per frame)
-a shutter with a safety, so you don't accidentally take a picture of the inside of your bag
-a removable viewfinder
-an easily loadable film carrier, that slides in and out of the camera body (little rails on the inside to keep it in place)
-PRINTABLE ON A MAKERBOT (and probably on a RepRap too)
This time it's fully functional, and only requires a few pieces of hardware to assemble and use:
-a small cabinet hinge, to mount the door
-two machine screws
-two wing nuts
-four 10mm long screws, to put the film carrier together
-A soda can, to make a pinhole
-Electrical tape, to tape the pinhole
-3m (or other brand) foam tape, to seal the door
More explanation and instructions to come within the next week.
Thanks for looking!
Pinhole Camera Mark II by Connor Hollenback is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
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Pinhole Camera Mark II by NoUseForAdventures is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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