The Pop-Up Pinhole Co. created this DIY camera kit that lets users assemble their very own pinhole camera from recycled card material.
The 'Viddy' comes packed away flat and each piece is popped out from a rigid card sheet. Taking about a half hour to assemble, this DIY camera kit comes available in four different colors and is screen-printed and die-cut by hand in the United Kingdom. The main body is put together using stickers and split pins, while the film advance knobs require only a little bit of craft glue to secure.
These fully working and easy to assemble cameras present a nice alternative to digital photography, and are also able to take both medium format or 35mm film.