Thank you for helping us by reporting bad content.
I`ve search it on the net and look what I found. This is all for the photogarphy enthusiast out there. You might like to try a new variation of taking up photos whether professionally or just for fun. :))
Check out this fun pinhole camera, the Hole-On EX 35mm pinhole camera.
This fun pinhole camera comes complete with all camera parts needed, printed on heavy durable cardboard, and it is die cut and scored for easy assembly.
All you need to make the camera is a ruler, a pencil and some glue and it even comes with a metal pinhole aperture.
This funky pinhole camera kit is available to buy online for £13.50 about $26 from Magmabooks.
A pinhole camera doesnt have a complex glass lens like the ones were used to. Instead it has an extremely small hole that projects a crude image onto the film or digital sensor to be recorded. Because of the tiny apertures used, in many cases around f/125, pinhole cameras require a much longer exposure then youd normally expect and this can easily reach several seconds even in bright conditions. Theres also no need to use a focusing mechanism because the use of such tiny apertures means that both near and far objects are in focus all of the time.