Easy 35 is the new 3D printed camera from Clint O’Connor that uses 35mm film and is smaller, faster to print, and simpler to make. Best of all, it is free to download and make!
The Easy 35 camera is open source, fast to print, cheap, and easy to make. Such a camera appeals both to photographers and to educators wanting to teach principles of photography to youths. Based on 35mm film, the Easy 35 can be printed in half the time of a Flyer 6×6 and needs just a pinhole to assemble (at a bare minimum). A rubber band secures the top and black tape is used as the shutter.
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Flyer – square 1:1
Clipper – extra-wide 3:1
Easy 35 – wide 2:1
- Film – 35mm format
- Image size – 24 x 48mm (wide)
- Field of view – 88 degrees
- Focal length – 25mm
- Pinhole diameter – 0.20mm
- f/Stop – 125
- Size – 115mm x 35mm x 55mm (WxDxH)
- Easily printable even on smaller 150×150 mm bed 3D Printers
- Print in ABS (recommended) or PLA
- 3D printed – body, top, winder knob, rewind knob, 2 winder shafts
- Requires only a 0.20mm pinhole, rubber band, and black tape to complete
- Optional – 2 screws, o-ring, and tripod nut
If you have access to a 3D printer, you can make your own cameras!
Step 1: download the files
Step 2: print or use 3D Hubs
- B2 – Current release 3 Aug 2015
- Please suggest what works best for Android (email at bottom of page)
- Pinhole Assist by le bord de la piscine – $2.99
(includes reciprocity failure compensation)
- Pinhole Meter by electrico elefante – FREE
- Making the Easy 35 v1.1 (PDF)
- 0.20mm Pinholes on flat discs, recommended for Easy 35 (20mm can be mounted directly, 22mm will need trimming with scissors) (eBay)
- 0.20mm Pinholes, mounted in 20mm (preferred) or 19mm (3/4″) discs (eBay)
- Instructable – http://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-35-3D-Printed-Pinhole-Camera/