Although pinhole cameras can easily be constructed using all sorts of everyday materials, this is the first high quality 'production' model in living memory.
The Robert Rigby Pinhole Camera is made from varnished natural wood, and accepts a variety of 4x5" holders, including standard 4x5" double dark slides such as Fidelity, as well as Polaroid 545 single shot film backs, and 405 pack film backs. Adjustable pressure to cope with the different thicknesses of film holder is provided by a cam setup with a variable profile.
Tripod mounts are provided for using the camera in both landscape and portrait orientations. A swing cap is provided over the pinhole, which is working at an aperture of f/166. The angle of view using 4x5" in horizontal mode is 100 degree, and when used portrait is 80 degree.