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Not Just Any Paper Pinhole Camera, It’s a Paper Pinhole Hasselblad!

As the DIY movement picks up the pace, another paper pinhole camera is here for the making.

Photo via Tumblr

Carefully designed and absolutely free, a paper pinhole Hasselblad kit is available for download on designer Kelly Angood’s website.

Photo via Kelly Angood

The kit is laid out for printing on a manageable A4 size. It yields a fully functional camera, which takes 35mm film and 12-24 images per roll.

Kelly Angood keeps track of the images captured by other people with her Hasselblad design. You can check those out at pinholehassleblad.tumblr.com.

The Hasselblad is an old Swedish brand of medium format cameras, intially produced for military use. Today, it is still a popular choice among professional and serious amateur photographers.

For medium-format paper pinhole camera capability, Paper Pinhole DIY Cameras are available at the shop.

written by sleepswimming


  1. buckshot


    This looks seriously cool!

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  2. itsdebraanne


    i'm in the process of making mine!

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  3. nleppa


    What kind of paper would I need to make one? I'm thinking something a little thicker like card stock? What works best?

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