Pin hole photography with your digital camera
With the rising pinhole lens you will get the nostalgic and dreamy character of a pin hole camera using your digital camera: Just remove the lens and put the pinhole lens instead.
Pinhole photos are characterized by a slight blur the entire image, however the depth of field is almost infinite. This combination creates a unique image appearance.
- Viewfinder in bright conditions easily recognizable
- No focusing necessary
- Close range from a few centimeters
- Depth of field about 5cm to infinity
- High depth of field, the effect of near and far dwindle
- Long-term exposure makes moving objects appear blurred or even disappear
- No distortion and color fringing
Creative element of pinhole photography
The long exposure time can blur moving scenes on the recording or disappear, the moment is to host an entire scene that is captured in a still image. This slow Photography exercises one of the special charms of pinhole photography.
For manual (M) and aperture priority mode (A)
The automatic metering of the camera can be used as a guide, but situational, a manual correction may be necessary.
The small aperture of the pinhole is dust that is on the sensor, shown very sharp. It is advisable to check the sensor against pinhole shots and cleaned if necessary.
Material: plastic, aluminum alloy
Aperture: approx. f/223
Hole diameter: approx. 0,22mm
Focal length: approx. 49mm
Angle of view (full frame): approx. 48°
Angle of view (APS-C): approx. 32°
Mean exposure time in sunlight: approx. 4 sec.