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Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M

Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M

Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M   Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M
Appareil à sténopé cámara escura camera obscura estenopeica foro stenopeico hålkamera k lochkamera lomo lyukkamera otworek pinhole fotoraf makinesi stenopeica. Since antiquity the principle of pinhole imaging has fascinated and inspired people. Most likely it happened by coincidence that somebody in a dark room or cave, from where the term camera obscura came, noticed a projected image of the outside world which travelled through a small hole in the wall. So it was reported by Mozi (, 470-391 BC) who wrote down his observations.

In the same way, Greek philosopher Aristoteles (384-322 BC) observed this phenomenon while watching a solar eclipse. Several blue prints and drawings of pinhole imaging devices were created by him.

He invented those image-recording tools for the purpose of drawing projected pinhole images on canvas. Discover new ways of seeing with a pinhole camera. Only in the middle of the nineteenth century it became possible to render images permanently on light-sensitive material. Today the medium film is being joined by cameras with digital sensors which are equally useful to express old and new ways of seeing by using the archaic way of pinhole imaging creatively.

The longer the exposure, the more space and time seem to get merged in an image. Busy buildings or public places suddenly appear to be deserted perhaps a transparent shadow tells that there must have been somebody for long enough to be captured by the camera.

The factor time makes rough waves appear smooth, surfaces of water slowly get transformed into a resting mirror. Discover new ways of seeing with pinhole photography, experiment with unconventional purist techniques. Whether rangefinder, DSLR / SLR, medium format, large format or DIY pinhole camera for many types of camera there is a suitable Skink Pinhole Pancake with exchangeable pinholes, zone plates or zone sieves available. Modular design easily swap apertures. The modular Skink Pinhole Pancake System is the ideal addition to your camera and offers new creative opportunities to the photo enthusiast. Pinhole disks, zone plates or zone sieves - also in combination with suitable filters can easily be swapped and installed between the retaining rings in the center of the Pancake lens. Depending on the desired effect, you can use your camera as a pinhole-, zone plate- or zones sieve camera. To a high degree the installed aperture determines how your vision is creatively interpreted in rendering an image. The traditional pinhole creates relatively sharp images with exposure times ranging from 1/125 second to several minutes. Zone plate or zone sieve images appear softer with a painterly, impressionists' character. Highlight are emphasized and show a dreamy halo-effect, while darker areas seem to be pushed into the background. Colors appear with stronger saturation.

The Skink Pinhole Pancake "Retro" is made of high quality material. Material: massive aluminium, black anodized. Precisely machined bayonet mount with universal closure (center screw ring). For swapping pinholes, zone plates and zone sieves. Maximum diameter of aperture disks: 20mm.

All Canon EOS M mirrorless camera. Pinhole size: 178µm after Lord Rayleigh formula. Pinhole material:corrosion-free steel substrate with >1600N/mm2 Tensile Strength. Embedded between two metal disks with 20mm diameter.

Sample Photos - Zone Plate. Zone Plate "Classic": Technical Data. Focal length: 16mm (=distance between pinhole and sensor). Central Zone: 0.178mm / 178µm.

Surrounding concentric ring zones: 5. Sample Photos - Zone Sieve. Zone Sieve "impressionist": Technical Data. Surrounding concentric sieve zones: 2. Skink Pinhole Pancake Pro Kit for Canon EOS M. (the camera in the picture is not included). The item "Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M" is in sale since Wednesday, January 23, 2013.

This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Lenses & Filters\Lenses". The seller is "skinkphoto" and is located in Jengen. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Camera Type: Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens
  • Compatible Brand: For Canon EOS M
  • Focal Length: 16mm
  • Lens Brand: Skink Pinhole Pancake
  • For Camera Brand: Canon EOS M
  • Lens Type: modular pinhole aperture lens
  • Type: Pinhole Aperture Lens
  • MPN: RPK-CAEM
  • Focal Length Type: Fixed/Prime
  • Focus Type: Auto & Manual
  • Brand: Skink Pinhole Pancake
  • Camera Technology: Digital
  • Mount: Canon EF-M


Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M   Skink Pinhole Pancake Retro Pro Lens Kit modular swap apertures Canon EOS M