The Tutone is a wooden, fixed focal length camera for either a 90mm leaf shutter lens or a pinhole. It will take a regular 4×5 Double Dark Slide and several other film holders. It is sturdy and very light, (400g basic, typically 950g with your own lens, bracket and DDS) and can be used handheld or on a tripod. You can message me if you want further information.

The shots below are a mix of lens and pinhole 4×5 shots. Every single time I shoot with the Tutone people come over to interrupt me!

I make the pinholes out of copper sheet. A hole of 0.4mm is suitable for this focal length, giving an f. stop of f.260. The best lens is the Schneider Angulon 90/6.8.

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