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Make Your Own Pinhole Camera - Demonstration Kits - Includes 8 Boxes - Explore the Principles of How a Pinhole Camera Operates

SKU PH0607
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  • Pinhole camera kit used to investigate the action of a lens and the construction of a pinhole camera
  • Includes eight pinhole camera boxes with holes (15 x 10 x 10cm each), a screen and lid, a 24W filament lamp, 50 sheets of black paper (20 x 25cm each), a 60W lamp, a 12V AC/DC mounted lamp holder and a packet of pins
  • Designed for use with a camera approximately 150mm from front to back - The lens used should have a focal length equal to the length of the box
  • A great teaching tool to demonstrate how a camera 'sees' things in much the same way as the eye does and that large apertures produce brighter images but shorter depths of field
  • This product does NOT take actual photos - Additional camera equipment is required
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Pinhole camera kit used to investigate the action of a lens and the construction of a pinhole camera. Includes eight pinhole camera boxes with holes (15 x 10 x 10cm each), a screen and lid, a 24W filament lamp, 50 sheets of black paper (20 x 25cm each), a 60W lamp, a 12V AC/DC mounted lamp holder and a packet of pins.

*Power source required (not included). Can be used with CH0740E.

Designed for use with a camera approximately 150mm from front to back - The lens used should have a focal length equal to the length of the box.  A great teaching tool to demonstrate how a camera 'sees' things in much the same way as the eye does and that large apertures produce brighter images but shorter depths of field.


This product does NOT take actual photos - Additional camera equipment is required.