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Jollylook Pinhole - The Instant Film Camera DIY Kit!

A project in Zvolen, Slovakia by Jollylook

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Combining classic design with environmentally friendly materials, a manual development mechanism, bellows, and an exposure calculator.
Backers: 814
Average Pledge Per Backer: $91

Funded: $74,005 of $20,000
Dates: Aug 9th -> Sep 9th (31 days)
Project By: Jollylook
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Latest News

The Manufacturing Progress!

August 31st - via:
Hello to All the Beautiful People of our Big Jollylook Community! Thank you all so much for the massive support we received. During the past two weeks, we have been preparing everything for mass production. And we are super excited to share our... (Read More)

A Pinhole Camera Made of Recycled Materials Takes a DIY Approach to Vintage Photography

August 31st - via:
Slightly larger than an iPhone box, the Jollylook Pinhole is a DIY model constructed with recycled and biodegradable wood. The analog design uses Fuji Instax film and is equipped with a small crank for quick development. A pinhole feature and accordion-like bellows emphasize the retro feel. (Read More)


August 17th - via:
Hello to All the Beautiful People of our Big Jollylook Community! Thank you all so much.  We've come very far in so little time! We’ve seen many backers sharing the campaign online, through blogs and social media. Thank you for every share and... (Read More)

This Really Epic DIY Camera Helps a Ukrainian Company Recover

August 13th - via:
The process of building a camera should help photographers better understand what’s going on inside a film camera in order to make an image. Jollylook isn’t the first company to create a DIY kit, but the vintage bellows look and the simplicity of the instant film is alluring. (Read More)

Kickstarter: Jollylook Pinhole camera is a film camera DIY kit

August 11th - via:
Jollylook, a Ukrainian photography gear company, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for the Jollylook Pinhole, an instant film camera DIY kit. The DIY pinhole camera comes in 65 parts and can be assembled in about an hour and a half to three hours. (Read More)


August 9th - via:
Hello to All the Beautiful People of our Big Jollylook Community! Anxiety and excitement. That’s how we felt about launching the Jollylook DIY Camera Kit Campaign! We've put so much hard work into making this camera better and now is the time to... (Read More)

The Jollylook Pinhole is a DIY Bellows Camera That Takes Instax Film

August 9th - via:
The DIY camera kit enables users to put together their own vintage bellows-style pinhole camera and take polaroid-style instant print images. It has a mechanical shutter lever to open and close the pinhole aperture. (Read More)

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