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Turn Your Panasonic Micro Four Thirds Camera into a Digital Holga

If you have a Panasonic Micro Four Thirds camera and a love for retro photos, the Skink Pinhole Pancake Pro Kit can instantly turn your camera into a digital Holga pinhole camera. It’s a modular system that provides three kinds of “holes”:

Depending on the desired effect, you can use your camera as a pinhole-, zone plate- or zones sieve camera. To a high degree the installed aperture determines how your vision is creatively interpreted in rendering an image. The traditional pinhole creates relatively sharp images with exposure times ranging from one second to several minutes. With a zone plate or zone sieve however, photos can be taken without a tripod, if the lighting conditions permit higher speeds.


Here are some sample images:

You can find the kit for on eBay for $93

(via 43 Rumors)


 
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  • Eddie

    it makes it a pinhole camera not a holga, holgas have a whole range of issues that make them what they are (light leaks, unpredictable….) that and pinhole cameras have been around a lot longer than holgas ;-)
    Skink makes kits for most cameras it’s a cool system