A year or so ago, I started dabbling in old film cameras. Not the cult film cameras that still cost thousands of dollars, but the 'cheap as chips' cameras that can often be had for a hundred dollars or so and, preferably, have no electronics. It has been fun exploring some of the cameras that I could never have afforded back in the 1950s and 60s when I was starting out in photography. But, I thought, why stop there?
Kornel, is in Budapest. He makes pinhole cameras that are simple, cheap and very well built. His business is called "Infinie Camera" and, global mail delays notwithstanding, he sent me this beautiful little pinhole camera from his Etsy store...
|6x6 pinhole camera, f130 pinhole at 32mm.|
|Pearson Park, Oxford|
|Farm entrance, Coopers Creek|
|Bridge, Coopers Creek|
|Woolfs Road ford and swing bridge|
|Derelict swing bridge, Woolfs Road|
|Unnamed ford, Island Road|
|Eyre River, Harewood Road|