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The Creator Of This Analog 3D Pinhole Camera Wants To Revive Spatial Photography

A forgotten immersive and cinematic form of photography is something camera designer Dominik Oczkowski wants to bring back with his Minuta Stereo Pinhole Camera.

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MINUTA STEREO - A Stereoscopic Pinhole Camera

 

Pinhole photography has seen a bit of a revival of late and this is something Dominik Oczkowski will grow even further with the introduction of his Minuta Stereo stereoscopic pinhole camera.

Spatial photography is a somewhat forgotten technique but Dominik is hoping its beautifully immersive form is something more photographers will learn to love with the help of his affordable camera, now available on Kickstarter, which is designed to help a stereographic novice get to grips with this unique form of photography. 

 

MINUTA STEREO

MINUTA STEREO

 

The Minuta Stereo stereoscopic pinhole camera takes 35mm or 120 film and takes on the form of a binocular with two pinhole lenses that capture two separate images which, when viewed together, produce a 3D effect. "Capturing one motif from two slightly different perspectives will generate stereo photo pairs," explains Dominik. "You can then share these on social media or generate wiggle GIFs." You can also cover up one of the pinhole cameras to produce a normal 2D pinhole image.

 

Wiggle GIF from pinhole camera

 

MINUTA STEREO - A Stereoscopic Pinhole Camera: Images

 

All of the camera parts are laser-cut from eco-friendly wooden composite and the solvent-free paint makes them water-repellant. Most of the moving parts are magnetic including the winding knobs, the rear window and the shutter lock.

As well as the camera, Dominik has created the Emulsia Stereo which is a device you can use to view the 3D images. 

Pledges start at $10 but to pre-order a Minuta Stereo, you'll have to pledge $124 over on Kickstarter

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