I’ve used a number of different 120 roll film cameras for pinhole. The pinhole conversions are usually quite simple – you take out the lens and swap it with a prepared pinhole, usually made from metal sheet. I’ve also used 4″x5″ film, which is very satisfying as the images can be very sharp. Otherwise I design new cameras around proprietary film backs like the Hasselblad A12 or the Mamiya RB67. Larger versions can be found here: Pinhole.

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