Pinhole Cameras  That Are Actually Meant To Be Used
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If you've been searching for a pinhole camera to enjoy and then pass on to your children, you're in luck. Industrial designer and carpenter Elvis Halilovic has created a beautiful line of handmade pinhole cameras . Wait, you haven't been looking for that? Huh. Okay. Nonetheless! These oddly compelling wooden boxes will make you feel like you've always wanted one. That's the point of Kickstarter , right?

ONDU Pinhole Cameras has already raised a $10,000 goal, plus almost $33,000 extra. The cameras are made from local wood and come in six different dimensions, requiring different standard film sizes. Prices range from $60 for the Pocket Pinhole to $200 for the Sliding Box Pinhole. All the pieces are held in place by magnets and the camera is totally manual. No lenses. It's a good way to remember that all those digital filter effects are based on something you can actually produce. [ Kickstarter via Colossal ]