I purchased this custom-made pinhole camera to try and get back to the roots of photography and have some fun with film.
The camera’s back, lens mount, cap, and strap retainers are made out of Zebrawood. The top and front are made of solid maple. The curved back holds a 4″ x 10″ sheet of film giving a very wide panoramic image covering approximately 120 degrees horizontal by 55 degrees vertically. The focal length is 110mm. The flat front piece pivots out, upward, and off the front allowing for film reloading.
The photos seen below are by Bryan Dahlberg–the creator of this camera and a fine photographer in his own right. For more information, visit the Photonbox web site.