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    My furure 6x17 pinhole panoramic camera

    Quote Originally Posted by jml
    Thats a fairly elaborate pice of equipment there! I have a circular mdf film guide, and I glued felt to it, and the film runs very smoothly now.
    Sorry, I had full intentions of putting the build up as a post, but I got obsessed with finishing it before April 30th! Its fairly ugly and primitive compared to yours (which looks like it could be a production camera by the way) Thanks...
    Hi JML, that's a good idea for the felt, I have a friend that tell me the same thing. I think that nicolai_g idea of using milk jug is a good idea too. I'll try and see the result. Good luck for your camera.

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    My furure 6x17 pinhole panoramic camera

    Some pictures of the outter box I've started to build this weekend.

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    After some cutting.

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    That's coming along nicely - very impressive!

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    Is that felt I see? Did the plastic work out at all? And how heavy will it be (roughly)
    Anyhow, very nice piece of work... Looking forward to see the results..

    Oh yeah, what type of pinhole? Home made?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jml
    Is that felt I see? Did the plastic work out at all? And how heavy will it be (roughly)
    Anyhow, very nice piece of work... Looking forward to see the results..

    Oh yeah, what type of pinhole? Home made?
    No felt for the moment, i think that the plastic do the job very well. Heavy? I think it's strong enought to take pictures Seriously, it's just glued, like some people make speaker enclosure with mdf.

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    I have built something similar from mdf, (glued too) and its good enough for me, but it doesnt have the inner shell yours does (or the quality of the build by the way) Nice job...

    I might take (borrow) some of your ideas when I try a 120 camera in wood... Thanks

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    My furure 6x17 pinhole panoramic camera

    Quote Originally Posted by jml
    I have built something similar from mdf, (glued too) and its good enough for me, but it doesnt have the inner shell yours does (or the quality of the build by the way) Nice job...

    I might take (borrow) some of your ideas when I try a 120 camera in wood... Thanks
    No problem, you can copy it if you want, a real pleasure for me

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    My furure 6x17 pinhole panoramic camera

    Hello to all, a long time since my last posting. Today some pictures of the project.
    Here is the system to attach the box on a tripod Attached files

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    the system to watch the film number.
    the system to place the pinhole in a sandwitch.
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