Pinhole Camera Mark II
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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!
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