Originally Posted by Rogier
I wonder if the construction is rigid or flexible. If flexible silicone perhaps the view angle can be adjusted by not fully erecting the "bellows" just like one can with these silicone measuring cups.
Would be nice to have a pinhole that can be exchanged like the ones from Skink Photo.
It's mould-injected ABS plastic so it's rigid. It's made by Walker Cameras so I suspect it's the same material as all Walker cameras. I've never seen a Walker camera in person but they are highly regarded. I think the front cone including pinhole lens is interchangeable for possible future focal lengths.
Originally Posted by HoodedOne
I still have a polaroid 545 back lying around. So, this could be a nice camera to use it with.
I think you'll have a hard time trying to find film for it. Or would you use it for positive paper?
In any case, I'm not personally interested in this device as I have a perfectly fine 4x5 field camera but every now and then I see people doing DIY projects and most of the time they're spending much more than £150 on parts and labour just for getting a proper back and lens cone. This pinhole camera seems like it could be a nice starting point for a conversion and if they start making multiple cones one could even have various lens options. A poor man's Alpa if you will.