There are plenty of kits out there that help photography enthusiasts craft their own pinhole camera out of cardboard or wood, but 'Flyer' sets itself apart as a 3D-printed camera.
This 3D-Printed pinhole camera creates new interest in a photography technique that's centuries old. The body of the camera is made from black ABS plastic and once fully formed, uses 120 film in order to capture unique shots. While the camera can be printed ready-made, those with access to a 3D printer have the option to craft the design from scratch.
Now that Pinhole Printed's Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign has concluded, it has also produced other camera types, such as the panoramic Clipper and the Easy 35, which is suited for taking images on 35mm film.