Meet the Hasselblad pinhole camera


If you were to squint a bit, you might think this was be a real Hasselblad camera, it's not - but that doesn't mean it's not almost as cool.

This is actually a fully-functional pinhole camera made by designer Kelly Angood which is constructed from corrugated cardboard.

She's already made versions which accept 120 and 35mm film, and while the images they are capable of producing won't rival those shot on a genuine Hasselblad, they are not too shabby either.

If you fancy knocking one of these for yourself, Kelly has also produced a very good instructional video which you can check out below.