A friend gave me an old Oscilloscope which had a Polaroid back. Unfortunately, the shutter was sticky. Fortunately, the Polaroid back was easily removable.
I realized it would be super easy to make an instant film pinhole camera from it. I knew all I needed was a pinhole, some cardboard and gaffer’s tape. So I decided to time myself to see how long it took me to get it working. It took about 6 minutes. I had my first photo in 12 minutes, after a few exposure failures.
Using Pinhole Assist as usual, I just guessed that the pinhole was f/250 (I dont remember), and added the reciprocity compensation in the app for the Fuji FP-3000B. Exposure time in the brightest room in the house, my bathroom (forgive the mess) was about 30 seconds.
It doesn’t have a tripod mount, so I just propped it up using some glasses cases.
Scroll to the bottom to see the photos I shot.