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this is so cool! i am currently gathering the materials for this. credit to whoever came up with this! whoever did, they are a GENIUS!
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Stumbled on this page the other day and i had to build one. Very fun little project with the grand kids.
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Awesome instructable! Here's my result.It still needs some detailing on the belly, and of course eyes.
That is beautiful. What did you do for the wings in the end?
This is the final product. Thank you again for the nice instructions.
Well, body cap might be more accurate - people take off the lens of the DSLR and then put on the body cap with a pinhole in it. You can even buy laser cut precision pinholes for your cap. Too easy! The last film camera I made was from a cereal box with a pinhole made from a aluminum soda can, but I'm definitely gonna try your brilliant method soon as I get some time :)
You can make a pinhole camera by poking a hole in a lens cap? And I thought I was cheating. Film all the way.
Yeah, I love WWPD :) Plenty of people make a pinhole in their DSLR camera lens cap to get get an image, but your way opens up a new technique that I've not seen. I shoot on film with my pinhole cameras, but I'm definitely gonna try your method! Might be fun to see what could be done with a zone plate too.
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