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Making a 3D Printed 4x5 Inch Pinhole Camera

With all of the innovations 3d printing comes up day after day, it was only a matter of time before we had a working analogue camera available! Check it out after the jump!

Photo from thingiverse

We’ve got 3D printed bicycles, dresses, guns, and even a replica Aston Martin. It should come to no surprise that a camera will be available as well. It might take a while to design one with intricate parts however, so we’ll have to stick with the basics – pinholes!

For this project, all you need is a 4×5 film holder (widely available in photo shops and evilbay) and of course, a 3D printer. You just need to download the file, print, and follow the instructions.

Let us know how it turns out for you!

Photo from thingiverse

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written by cruzron

1 comment

  1. schlem

    Here's a link to the first batch of photographs from this camera: http://www.flickr.com/photos/theschlem/sets/72157635640450384/
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