The sun-dried driftwood has been turned into a piece of functional artwork through craftsman’s hands. Curious? Let’s keep going for the handmade wooden pinhole camera.
This is a well-crafted and functional wood pinhole camera handmade by Sergey Lebedev, a craftsman from Russia. The skillful craftsman used a part of sun-dried driftwood on the Baltic sea coast to build the body of the pinhole camera, which delivers us a one-of-a-kind design with its original shape and charming wood grain. No doubt, when you take out the wooden camera from your bag, you will be the focus among your friends.
The pinhole camera measures 180 x 115 x 80mm, and its precision cut cartridge can hold 120 roll film. Moreover, the handmade medium format camera features a custom pinhole measuring 0.26mm diameter plus 37mm focal length and f/142 aperture in order that you can use it to capture unexpected photos. In addition, integrated tripod mount helps you stabilize the camera with a stranded tripod.
The handmade pinhole camera is priced at $145 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Etsy for more details. BTW, also don’t miss Leica M3 shaped paper pinhole camera and more related cool stuff by following tags.