How to 3d print a pinhole camera



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Download files here: http://scottmayson.com/portfolio/widepan_x/

Print files with solid infill & support where overhangs occur. NOTE: all of the external parts must be black to block out light.

Tape the F200 pinhole plate in to the main body. Use matt black photographers tape.

Holga camera film advance parts. Hand made ratchet fastened with plastic screw. Salvage screw from old plastic electronic product

Film located in curved film plane. Print in ABS and vapour polish film plane - avoids scratching film emoultion.

Insert curved film plane into main body. Note: shutter and lens shade mechanism contain 3mm magnets to hold shutter open and closed.

Hole details in curved film plane avoid inserting part upside down into main body.

Load film in a film change bag, add the lid take out of bag and advance film to even frames 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 & 12.

Develop your 120 film, scan images and enjoy the fruits of your labour.

6x12 curved film plane images. Neopan Acros 100 @64asa developed rodinal 1:50.

For more detailed photos look at my Flickr site: http://tinyurl.com/ogcxte3


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