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Hole-On Ex Make & Shoot Pinhole Camera

March 19, 2009
hole-on ex pinhole camera kit

hole-on ex pinhole camera kit

The Hole-On Ex Make & Shoot Pinhole Camera kit. When you purchase, there’s no manual included instead all you have to do is follow the drawing. Parts of the camera are printed both sides on heavy durable card paper. It is already diecut and scored ready for assembly. The size is 4.25″ x 2.75″ x 2.5″. To assemble you only need 3 tools; Glue, Ruler and Pencil. The 35mm Film is not included you have to buy it.

01 result using the pinhole camera

01 sample image using the pinhole camera - by:lomography.com

do it

02 another sample image - by:lomography.com

Pinhole cameras have no optical lens, only a pinhole that lets the light in when the shutter is opened exposing the film. Good time for first time users to experiment with time exposures and light.

This is not recommended on children below 12 years of age.

The real excitement comes at the development desk, as you’re awed with the incredible, jewel-like and often unpredictably beautiful images that result. Break from the surgical perfection of ultra-techno photography.

More picture and review [link]

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Allana permalink
    April 24, 2015 3:51 pm

    Hi! Love the pictures. I know this post is from a long time ago, but…I have the same Hole-on ex camera but it came without the instructions! I can’t get ahold of the manufacturers, of course, and I’ve been searching for the assembly directions for years! Do you have a copy of the instructions, by chance? Thanks!

  2. March 19, 2009 2:22 am

    lol. That’s one trippy looking camera.

    Chris

    • March 19, 2009 7:51 pm

      yeah! The results is kinda retro and psychedelic not to mention the camera itself and but it is good in experimenting lights and timings. However, when using this pinhole camera outdoors be sure to hide it if there’s rain coming… 🙂
      Chris, thanx4droppin’by!

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