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Life through a blender - Feed your multiple exposing desire with the new Pinhole Blender Cameras!

Looking for a new way to see your world? These compact and easy to carry cameras, have the power to make brilliant blended images with the ease of pinhole photography! Each magical metal can uses a convex film plane to multiple expose and blend your subjects into a collage panorama, leaving you with stunning and perfect images at every controlled turn of the advance. And now to introduce you to the entire family!

Looking for a new way to see your world? These compact and easy to carry cameras, have the power to make brilliant blended images with the ease of pinhole photography! Each magical metal can uses a convex film plane to multiple expose and blend your subjects into a collage panorama, leaving you with stunning and perfect images at every controlled turn of the advance. And now to introduce you to the entire family!

120 Pinhole Blender Original

The Pinhole Blender 120 has three 0.3mm pinholes with a focal length of 60mm give an aperture of f200. You get four blended images on a roll of 120 or 8 on a roll of 220. Or blend each shot into one continuous image for the ultimate blended panoramic.

35 Pinhole Blender Original


The Pinhole Blender 35 has three 0.3mm pinholes with a 60 mm focal length (f-200) makes this camera easy to operate. The larger can size makes wider blends and transitions then its cousins. 35mm film makes it easy to load and easy to develop!

120 Pinhole Blender Mini


Pinhole Blender’s new little cousin. You choose weather to use a 0.15mm (f-200) pinhole or a zone plate lens (f-64). Its small size will fit easily in your bag or a large coat pocket. Control the amount of blending yourself when you advance the film. 120 quality in a super small size!

35 Pinhole Blender Mini


Pinhole Blender’s new tiny 35mm is easy to load and process. You choose weather to use a 0.15mm (f-200) pinhole or a zone plate lens (f-64). Its small size will fit easily in your bag or a large coat pocket. Control the amount of blending yourself when you advance the film!

Click here to get your hands on one of these beauts!

written by alexandrak

26 comments

  1. graefin

    graefin

    wow! I would go for the mini 120 blender! But what is a "zone plate lense"?

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  2. anarchy

    anarchy

    Wow, this is amazining!!! Thanks for the info and stunning gallery =)

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  3. stouf

    stouf

    hooo I want this ...

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  4. mephisto19

    mephisto19

    THAT is my valentine....! if anybody feels in love with me... :D

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  5. xbalboax

    xbalboax

    i ordered my mini 120, been wanting this for years now!

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  6. -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-

    -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-

    wow...beautiful...attract attention in few minutes

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  7. kylethefrench

    kylethefrench

    wow i don't understand this at all... still i will buy the 35mm mini because i am a sucker for new lsi products and i have piggies burning a hole... how the heck do you advance the film, seems like madness... how are the minis different, explain more friends

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  8. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    woooowwww... nice

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  9. special_patrol

    special_patrol

    cool!

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  10. ndroo

    ndroo

    Oh hell! These looks so cool & fun. How do they work? They look just like candy cans to me. LOL

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  11. xbalboax

    xbalboax

    for the 35 mm one you will need an empty roll to load it to
    http://www.pinholebl(…)ions35.html

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  12. day3hugger

    day3hugger

    holy cow!! goodbye to saved piggies

    @ xbalboax: thanks for the link! any idea on how to rewind the film?

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  13. ethermoon

    ethermoon

    what's the difference between the original and mini pinhole cams??

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  14. vicuna

    vicuna

    That's eally great! I'll go for a mini 120!! :))

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  15. azurblue

    azurblue

    Wow ! Stunning images !

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  16. sadmafioso

    sadmafioso

    Damn.. There goes my new year's resolution to buy less cameras this year. Just ordered the 35 Pinhole Blender Original...

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  17. oldskool_rider

    oldskool_rider

    wow, they are great, is it me or do the mini ones seem to produce better, clearer images?!

    i want all of them though!

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  18. lomodirk

    lomodirk

    Interesting, I`m tryin to resist :)

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  19. gemma81de

    gemma81de

    Oh, I want the mini 120. Need to earn some piggies.

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  20. kylewis

    kylewis

    Its really great to see the Originals here but way back when I made my own version for the price of a can of nuts!!
    http://www.lomograph(…)omesDeLuxe/

    check out my albums; Pinholeblended290407; pinholeblended1stretch; pinholecashewnutcancam2

    Just to give you an idea, I also set up a group on flickr;
    http://www.flickr.co(…)calcancams/
    for this type of image.
    Granted my pinhole is not as sharp as the real thing but its worth a go!

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  21. xbalboax

    xbalboax

    man just got my mini 120, its pretty cool, kinda complicated, which the advance knobs were more stable and didnt fall off soo easy

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  22. pinholeblender

    pinholeblender

    - they work by projecting an image on a round convex surface, light falls off at the edges of each pinhole field of view and is filled in by another pinholes field of view creating a continuos blend - an empty film roll is included with the 35 mm blenders for their take up roll. - the 120 knobs go on top of the film spools then the can top fits on, the can top should keep them from falling off - with the mini's you control the amount of blending by how far you wind the film - with the originals there are 3 pinholes set 120° from each other plus a larger center tube producing a gradual blend from 3 holes
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  23. pinholeblender

    pinholeblender

    oldskool_rider, The first examples shown for the original 120 and 35 were made without the standard supplied pinholes. One the 120 shot I used an f100 pinhole because I was shooting constructions in my studio and I wanted a softer look. For the 35 shot I had replaced the normal f200 lenses with f45 zone plates. To see the quality of the normal lens in the Original 120 check out foreversouls work on flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/foreversouls/sets/233737/
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  24. ihave2pillows

    ihave2pillows

    Great galleries, everyone. I'm join you all in this blending madness :)

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  25. ihave2pillows

    ihave2pillows

    @pinholdblender do they have frame counters anywhere? how to know how much to advance?

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  26. alexandrak

    alexandrak

    No frame counters, but there are good instructions with the cams!

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