Sunday Rewind: A Camera Powered By A Watch Movement

Sunday Rewind: A Camera Powered By A Watch Movement

Digging through the file this week we found an old fashioned post that we’d completely overlooked. How cool is this creation, however? It’s a pinhole camera that utilizes a Unitas 6497 hand-wound fake watch prices development to precisely control the screen component. Planned and hand-made by a picture taker named Kwanghun Hyan, this mechanical wonder makes fascinating images and should feel staggering to hold and shoot. 

With the first post being almost six years of age (and connecting to a more inside and out article from the folks at Worn & Wound ), I figure there is a decent possibility a considerable lot of you have never seen this photographic peculiarity, so delve in and, should you need an end of the week project, making a pinhole camera is an extraordinary thought and one can be molded from various common things. Also, no, you don’t require a fake watch prices movement. 

Click here to get the higher perspective .

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