Flyer 6×6 brings new world technology to old school photography as one of the first 3D printed pinhole cameras, and the first to be funded by Kickstarter. 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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Flyer 6x6 Pinhole Camera

Recent Community Photos

Flyer – square
Clipper – long

(Flickr group PinholePrinted)



  • 3D printed – body, top, knob, winder, shutter
  • 120 format film, 12 exposures/roll
  • Image size – 6×6 square format (56mm x 56mm)
  • Field of view – 70 degrees
  • Focal length – 40mm
  • Pinhole diameter – 0.25mm
  • f/Stop – 160
  • Tripod nut on bottom (1/4-20)
  • Size – 127mm x 54mm x 82mm (WxDxH)

  • $49
    Standard Package includes

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

  • $39
    Package (if offered) includes

  • Camera
  • Instruction Card
  • Exposure Table
  • Takeup Spool

Out of Production

Make one instead!


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

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

Download is broken at present.


Get the files needed to print your own camera

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Have someone print a camera for you





  • ~10 Kickstarter prototypes (“K” on top, bottom, and shutter)
  • 15 – Kickstarter Limited Editions with certificate (“K” on top, bottom, and shutter) – December 2013
  • 195 – Kickstarter editions, January/February 2014, identifiable by concentric top/bottom finish, “K” on top, bottom, and shutter. The Kickstarter download editions had the “K” removed, so these have no designation.
  • “B” model – 2014 Post-Kickstarter, identifiable by concentric top/bottom fill, “F” for Flyer on top and shutter.
  • Current “B2″ model – 2015, minor changes for optimized printing and new slicing, new magnetic shutter, identified by diagonal top/bottom finish, “F” for Flyer on top and shutter.


The minimalist guide to operation

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

Exposure Table

Flyer 6x6 Exposure Table

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  • Android
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  • IOS (I use both of these when I don’t have my tables with me)