pinhole camera

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A camera in which the lens is replaced by a pinhole (e.g. the camera obscura).
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Now that you have the pinhole camera ready to go, you'll need a sheet of photographic paper.
To help make ID cards, Dad also constructed an effective and useful pinhole camera out of a cardboard box," said Stuart.
Here the Paris-based artist has taken his pinhole camera to the French capital's financial district.
On July 8 of 2006, a panoramic image of a retired Marine Corps Air Station in Southern California was made using a gigantic jet hangar as a pinhole camera.
He created a pinhole camera by placing aluminum foil over a tiny hole one fifth of a millimetre wide on the film cartridge.
A pinhole camera in the bridge of the glasses takes a picture of the frame's line of vision.
Using a pinhole camera, Doles judges exposure by time of day, longitude, and season, and relies on "serendipity and a bit of divine assistance" to make her images.
Bergeman, a longtime photographer, built a pinhole camera out of a cardboard box in the summer of 2009.
Another inventor is the tenth century optician and physicist Abu Ali al-Hasan ibn al-Hasan ibn al-Haytham, simply known as al-Haytham, who invented the pinhole camera and discovered how the eye works.