WTB: Pinhole that takes 120 film

Discussion in '[Classifieds] Want to Buy' started by ColdEye, Aug 16, 2011.

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  1. ColdEye

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    I am looking for a pinhole that takes 120 film. I know there are DIY pinholes in the net but let's just say I have zero skills in building anything (ergo, Lazy :tongue: ) . It can be handmade by you or not, as long as it works ( no light leaks please) and accepts 120 film. Thank you.
     
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    Diana+ includes a pinhole aperture.
     
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    The 6x12 pinhole Holga is cheap and pretty solid IMO. Check em' out.
     
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    Will check em out. BTW, where do I buy the Noon Pinhole camera? It looks really nice. :smile: I just see sample pictures of them in the web.
     
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    I can thoroughly recommend the Zero Image 6x9 camera.
     
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    I've got the Zero Image and the Holga WA 6X12. I think the Holga was around $50. from B&H.
    Both can be masked to smaller formats.
     
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    I have a Noon, which works really well. This camera is 6x12 plus it has divisions for 6x9 and 6x6, never use those though as 6x12 is perfect.
     
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    How much does the Noon go for? Will check the Holga, the price is very attractive to me. :smile:
     
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    One thing I like about the Holga 6x12 is that it has a simple shutter. Operating a pinhole with a release cable is IMO more convenient. The price is good too!
     
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