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Long before digital photography, single-lens reflex and mirrorless cameras, instant film and everything else you consider to be modern imaging–we’re talking like 16th century, here–there was the camera obscura which you might know better as the pinhole camera. The Pinhole Pro X Pinhole Zoom Lens keeps the magic of traditional pinhole shots but skips the crazy exposure time by allowing you to shoot with the modern camera you probably already have. There are SLR/DSLR options (Canon EF, Nikon F, Sony A, Pentax K) and Mirrorless options (Sony E, Fuji X or Micro 4/3) for all of the favorites, so you’re covered regardless of what you’re shooting with. With the raw, naturally vintage almost gritty images the lens products, the shots it produces are nothing short of awe-inspiring. It’s precision built out of a full aluminum body and 18-36mm (mirrorless) or 40-60mm (SLR / DSLR), which also makes it the world’s first pinhole zoom lens. This isn’t Thingyfy’s first Kickstarter rodeo either–there are 2 other versions of the lens–so they shouldn’t have any issues hitting their delivery target of November.
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