Long before Instagram, Smartphones and digital cameras, people used to take photos using a strip of transparent plastic film base coated on one side with a gelatin emulsion containing small light-sensitive silver halide crystals (saved by Wikipedia), once called the film. At those old days you wouldn’t just shoot every 30 secs and selfies where out of the question.
For those who prefer to do things the old fashioned way, the Pop Up Pinhole Camera will be a delight. This hand screen-printed kit, goes from flat-packed cardboard to working camera in just half an hour.
All you need is a dab of glue and your retro nostalgia to construct this beautiful camera that you can either use or just put somewhere everyone can see. Made from recycled and hand screen-printed card the Pop Up Pinhole Camera is a cool gift for photographers, retro fans and anyone who appreciates good old technology. What would you do with a Pop Up Pinhole Camera in hand? Would you test your photographic skills or use it as a decor item?