Easy 35 Pinhole

  If you want a rugged, simple, compact 35mm pinhole camera with almost nothing to go wrong, the Easy 35 is for you.  The camera is open source (CC by SA) and can be made by anyone with attribution and …

Easy 35 Release

The Easy 35 pinhole camera has now been published! If you want one and don’t have a 3D printer, you can use 3D Hubs or wait for someone to produce it on eBay or Etsy. I wanted to create a new …

Easy 35

New design coming!  I’ve done a super simple 35mm film camera for those who want to use that format as well (Flyer can use 35mm film with an adapter also) or who need a more compact camera. By super simple, …

Clipper 6×9

6×9?  Isn’t Clipper a 6×18? Yes. And yes. The new 6×9 mask – 3D printed, of course – pops inside Clipper and gives you the option of shooting 4 6×18 exposures or 8 6×9 exposures, when changing film.  I must give …

Printing Your Own Cameras from STL Files

Test Print of Flyer 6x6

For 3D printing enthusiasts, you can print your own pinhole cameras! If you’ve never done pinhole photography, it’s ridiculously simple. Load the film, open/close the shutter, advance the film, repeat X times, send the film off for processing. After nearly …