Mar 25, 2010 8:30 AM
With the Paintcan Pinhole Camera ($20) we'll go way back to the olden days of photography. Sure, in a simpler time we could make a pinhole camera, but this one is already calibrated and constructed with precision (the less work, the better). Simply load a sheet of photographic paper or film and expose it, using the magnetic shutter to vary exposure time. Forget Polaroids, and let the artistic experimentation begin.
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