Thingyfy Pinhole Pro S18: Camera Obscura Photography

Thingyfy Pinhole Pro S18 reminds me of the pinhole cameras that I used to make as a kid for 35mm film. They can be a lot of fun and photographing at low ISO can be interesting with them. Of course, you can always sacrifice a lens cap to make your own, but if you would rather get something with a little more build quality and consistency than you can find the Thingyfy Pinhole Pro S18 on Amazon.

  • Experience the Camera Obscura Photography: The forerunner to the photographic camera was the camera obscura — a permeative photographic device with no lens but a single pinhole aperture. Thingyfy Pinhole Pro S will stimulates the most original saturated colours of your photos and lets you experience the charm of Camera Obscura photography with your modern digital cameras
  • See the Fundamental World: Create photos and videos exactly the same way photos were taken hundreds of years ago, and pair that with modern high speed, high ISO technologies. The result is stunning and timeless. Pinhole photography is a lost art form, and now Thingyfy Pinhole Pro S brings it back to you
  • Precise and Exquisite: The secret of the pinhole imaging is the tiniest and perfectly round pinhole aperture. Thingyfy uses a robotic controlled tiny micro-drill that is only 0.05mm in diameter, to preciously drill a perfectly round and smooth pinhole aperture
  • Made for Print: Pinhole photography is great for printing out. Memorizing your most touched and excited moment by Thingyfy Pinhole Pro S and paper gives your pinhole photos timeless feeling. Be patient to your images, the world’s first photo by Nicéphore Nièpce took 8 minutes for exposure
  • A New Horizon of Video: Benefit from modern digital image technology, you can create vivid yet stunningly dramatic style video with Thingyfy Pinhole Pro S. Discovering and memorizing the original world by pinhole cinematography

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