One of the smallest and lightest cameras around, this camera is still durable enough to outlast any of its digital counterparts. The ONDU 135 Pocket Pinhole camera is great for when you are shy on space and want to take it anywhere with you! It has a pinhole size of 0.20 mm, a focal length of 25 mm, and it comes with a standard tripod mount.

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This camera combines the best of both worlds. It can shoot the regular Leica format in 36 mm x 24 mm or panoramic double frames at 72 mm x 24 mm image. It also hosts a 0,20 mm pinhole size and a focal length of 25 mm and a standard tripod mount. Great for taking amazing panoramic shots with a field of view of 113°.

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A tiny camera, given the fact that it uses 120 format film to expose an image! Like 135, it's small enough to take it anywhere with you but takes images with a greater resolution. The camera has a pinhole size of 0.20 mm, a focal length of 25 mm and a standard tripod mount. Because it uses 120 film, the negatives on this camera are 56 mm x 56 mm, and the angle of view is an astonishing 115°.

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This is a multi-format all-in-one camera that can take 6 x 6, 6 x 9, and 6 x 12 images. It produces similar looking results as the ONDU 135 Panoramic but with much greater clarity, thanks to the 120 roll film. The camera has a pinhole size of 0.30 mm, a focal length of 40 mm and a standard tripod mount.

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If you already know a thing or two about pinhole and large format photography, this is the perfect camera for you! It uses a standard 4˝ x 5˝ film holder that is secured snugly on the back with strong magnets. The camera has a 0.30 mm pinhole, a focal length of 60 mm and a standard tripod mount. ( please note that the 4x5" film holder is not included with the camera )

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A camera for the collector enthusiasts. It's made with two sliding boxes that hold the paper in place for the exposure. This way, a single image is produced before heading to the darkroom or changing the paper in a changing bag. It uses a paper format of 10,5 x 14,8cm, has a 0.3 mm pinhole and a 50 mm focal length.

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In the digital age of photography and image processing, there is not much room left for alternative photographing techniques. Some require a lot of time to master yet others are just not very practical and simple to obtain. Many pepople try theese techniques but often gret discouraged at certain point.
After researching and many prototypes and ideas, we felt confident that a long lasting product and simple design can be merged into the ONDU Pinhole camera family.

We've come to realise there are no simple to use, good-looking, and most of all, affordable cameras out there. Using our knowledge of what happens when the light passes trough the pinhole sized aperture, We've been able to come up with a family of six wooden pinhole cameras. To suit various photographic needs, they come in 6 different dimensions and film sizes, from the most common Leica 135 format to the 4˝ x 5˝ film holder camera.


Most products these days are made for a certain time period after wich they become replaced by a newer more edvanced model, rendering them obsolete. The exchange/passing of objects trough generations has been lost due to all the influx of cheap goods and commodities. We want to change that, using only the best materials and manufacturing techniques available, we want to create objects that you can pass on for generations. All cameras are made by a team of two brothers, ensuring high levels of craftsmanship and outstanding quality.

Everything needing holding or regular opening is held in place by strong magnets. For instance removing the back to load and unload films is easy as lifting it of and snaping it back into place. The same goes for the winding knobs.



Nowadays, most of us own a camera and taking a picture has become such an everyday occurrence that we don't take notice anymore. Well, pinhole photography changes that. Suddenly, you remember what you were doing on the day you took the picture in detail, who approached you to ask about your camera, how you took the shot, and how you felt when you developed the film - all the things missing in today's photography.

There are no calculations required on your behalf, every camera gets supplied by with exposure charts for the most common films. So there will be no more guess work on how to capture the best image, and no wasted films.

For those who don't know what a pinhole camera is: It's a camera that uses a pin sized hole to produce an image; there are no lenses involved in this kind of photography. Because of its high aperture, the images produced create effects that no other lens based camera can achieve. All the cameras feature a precission drilled pinhole, conforming to the focal length of the camera, ensuring consistent exposures and superbe image quality. The beauty of pinhole photography is that you can predict to a certain degree how the final result will turn out, but unknown suprises and "mistakes" is what excites all photographers.