Its with great pleasure that I present my first impressions of the Miru cameras 35mm pinhole camera, although I should apologise for the shoddy scans. I was lucky enough to be sent this camera to test by David, the mind behind Miru, and here are my first results.
One of a slew of crowd-funded pinhole cameras, Viddy is a cardboard camera that comes flat-packed that, with a few caveats, could be a great gift for a photographer. Here is my experience building the Viddy and shooting my first roll of film.
I got myself a RealitySoSubtle 5×4 (or 4×5 for those of a trans-atlantic persuasion) camera, and these are my first impressions.
After my initial experience with the Ondu 35mm pano pinhole camera led to me mistakenly shooting standard 35mm format I wanted to do what the camera was designed for…panoramas.
I have been delighted during December to receive gifts that I bought for myself, through Kickstarter, the Ondu 135 panoramic pinhole camera, and the Lumu smartphone lightmeter. Here are my first thoughts are using both to shoot a roll of film whilst walking through Norwich.