Clipper 6×18, a Kickstarter stretch goal design, is the first ever 3D printed panoramic pinhole camera, and one of the very few 6×18 production cameras ever made with a curved backplane. Printed in black plastic, it is strong, robust, and light – perfect for professional, amateur, or educational use. This complete camera comes with a starter roll of film to get you going. If you have a 3D printer, you can print and make your own camera.

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Recent Community Photos

Flyer – square
Clipper – long

(Flickr group PinholePrinted)

Clipper II

6×18 Flip Shutter Model

  • 3D printed – body, top, knob, winder, shutter
  • Flyer-style flip shutter

  • 120 format film, 4 exposures/roll, 8 exposures/roll using optional 6×9 mask
  • Curved back with full imaging to corners
  • Image size – Panoramic 6×18 format (56mm x 176mm) or 6×9 with optional mask
  • Field of view – 134.6 degrees (widest dimension)
  • Focal length 75mm
  • Pinhole diameter – 0.35mm
  • f/Stop – 214
  • Tripod nut on bottom (1/4-20)
  • 202mm x 90mm x 82mm (WxDxH)

  • $79.00
    Package includes

  • Camera
  • Instruction Card
  • Exposure Table
  • Takeup Spool
  • Starter roll of 120 color film (may be available at a lower price without film)

Amazon

Ebay

Made by Tim Page
Worldwide

Pinhole Resource

International

Clipper 6×9 Mask

Fits Models I and II

  • Mask converts 6×18 to 6×9
  • 8 exposures/roll with mask
  • Curved back with full imaging to corners
  • Image size – 6×9
  • Field of view – 67.3 degrees (widest dimension)

  • $9.99
    Package includes

  • Mask
  • Instructions

Amazon

Clipper I

6×18 Cable Release Shutter Model

  • 3D printed – body, top, knob, winder, shutter lever, cable release mount
  • Internal spring loaded brass shutter with cable release mount (cable release not included)
  • See Clipper II Specs

  • $99.00
    Package includes

  • Camera
  • Instruction Card
  • Exposure Table
  • Starter roll of 120 color film
  • Takeup Spool

Amazon

Pinhole Resource

International

Make

If you have access to a 3D printer, you can make your own cameras!

You can find or make your own parts (see the Support section below).

Download

Get the files to print your own camera

3D Hubs

Have someone print a camera for you

 

Support

 

Editions

  • Current “A” model (“C” for Clipper on top and bottom) – past Flyer experience and user suggestions were applied during Clipper design, so the first production model has not changed.

Operation

The minimalist guide to operation

The minimalist guide to operation – don’t forget the rubber band after Step 3!

Exposure Table

Clipper 6x18 Exposure Table

Recommended Apps

  • Android
  • Please suggest what works best for Android (email at bottom of page)
  • IOS (I use both of these when I don’t have my tables with me)