The P.90 is a limited edition pinhole camera by Kurt Mottweiler, an Oregon-based builder of wooden cameras. It’s constructed using Cherry wood and brass, has a tripod adapter on the bottom, and is loaded with 120 roll film.
The top view of this booshie camera shows the various knobs, the company logo, and lines that indicate the lateral field of view:
Here are some sample photographs captured with the camera by Kevin Gepford:
The Rolls Royce of pinhole cameras comes with a Rolls Royce price: each of the 50 limited edition cameras costs $975.
Image credits: Photographs by Kurt Mottweiler and Kevin Gepford and used with permission