|Tyrannosaurus photoventris, ©2009, 6.75 inches high, Brass, plastic dinosaur, fabricated. Pinhole camera, uses paper film. The lens cap is on a ball chain. This camera takes photos of dinosaurs, mostly in the late Cretaceous. See photos of the late Cretaceous here, There is a little book of the first set of photos here,
|Detail showing lens cap off. You can also barely see the pinhole inside the small opening. It's about .1mm.
|The top lifts off the camera. Inside you can see the light-sensitive paper negative. I like to cut the paper long and curve it in the camera, causing interesting distortions and the image circle becomes visible on the left and right of the photo.
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