Rising Standard Pinhole for Canon EF Mount

Rising Standard Pinhole for Canon EF Mount

Rising Standard Pinhole for Canon EF Mount

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Rising Standard Pinhole for Canon EF Mount

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  • Aperture: f/222
  • Angle of View: 52°
  • Aluminum Alloy Construction
  • Body Cap Style Design
  • Produces Nearly Infinite Depth of Field
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Allowing you to produce unique, creative long exposures, this Standard Pinhole from Rising is compatible with Canon EF mount cameras. The pinhole features a narrow f/222 aperture, 52° angle of view, and aluminum alloy construction for durability as well as high image sharpness. Inherent to pinholes, the design also produces nearly infinite depth of field and the long exposure times required during shooting are ideal for blurring motion.

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Rising Standard Pinhole for Canon EF Mount
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    Rising RPSC001 specs

    Mount Canon EF
    Aperture f/222 (0.22 mm [+/-0.02 mm])
    Angle of View 52°
    Material Aluminum alloy
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.3 x 3.1 x 1.1"

    Rising RPSC001 reviews

    Standard Pinhole for Canon EF Mount is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 13.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Pinhole I've Used If you go to Shutterbug (dot) net and search for Look Ma, No lens You will find a 2004 magazine article I wrote as John Stewart. You will see a variety of shots taken with film and digital cameras. The pinhole lens I used for the article was from the UK and was a pierced bit of silver. It was OK but this one is better. New users should note that laser pinholes are preferred as they are very clean and the tiny diameter of the hole can be made to suite the format. Frankly, nothing beats large format film for pinholes, but my images taken with this lens on a Canon DSLR are quite good. This lens is very carefully made and the price here is far less than elsewhere. At f/222ish, exposures inside of 30 seconds are common, and 1 second outdoors at IS0 1600. Those who complain of out-of-focus or soft images have no real understanding of pinhole photography.
    Date published: 2015-05-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun Lens To Play Around With I shot some pictures on the coast as a storm blew in. I did not have huge expectations. Instructions were easy. I got some interesting pictures that were indicative historical landscape, except in color. Want to do some close ups to see hwo well they do.
    Date published: 2013-06-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Moody Venice Great fun! I bought this specifically to use in Venice. Foggy moody pictures lovely canals. Of course if you are using an SLR there's no way to frame. So, I use a tripod with my 24 70 lens to frame and then switch to the pinhole. Or I can use a bridge abutment as a base to point and shoot. The grand canal shot in full sun from the Rialto Bridge likes a 3-5 second exposure. I bracket several one second intervals on each side to make sure I have what I want Definitely recommended for great fun.
    Date published: 2013-05-06
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wanted to try one of these for some time I wanted to try one of these for some time. I thought it would be fun for a different look when i wasn't shooting for a client but just for me. I read a few reviews and gave it a shot. It came today. I try to be an ever positive person and see things in a positive light. But this is total junk. I was very disappointed that nothing, not a single area of the frame was even close to detailed or sharp. A pinhole image is usually soft but this is of a different level. Not so much soft as uniformly out-of-focus across the frame. Some reviewers seemed to have better luck. Maybe manufacturing isn't precise and some are better than others. The one I got today is not good.
    Date published: 2018-03-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Little Non-Lens I use this Pinhole with my Canon 6D. Great images with that classic pinhole look. Great fun. I plan on using it for some night photography with very long shutter speeds.
    Date published: 2014-07-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really Great for Artistic Images This thing is wonderful. It has the perfect amount of soft focus for adding atmosphere to images. Exposure times are also pretty decent - even at night I only have to add a couple seconds. Just know that if you are buying a pinhole lens, by necessity it is going to have a soft focus. Do not buy this if you want super fine detail, that is not its job. I love this, and am very happy with my purchase.
    Date published: 2016-07-08
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from So So Reviewers are kind of split into two teams, one is OK with the soft focus and the other is not. It really depends on the artistic needs. However, speaking technically and after doing a little research AFTER buying this item, the pinhole size or diameter is not what calculators and equations would yield for optimal diameter. Canon's focal length or distance between flange and the sensor is 44mm, and the optimum diameter for a pinhole would be 0.28mm. This slight different of 0.06mm apparently plays a major role in the softness here. I would suggest to the manufacturer to add accessories for changing the pinhole size to suit the focal length for various tastes, which I might put them into two classes: a) those who seek sharpness, b) those who seek artistic venture with softness. There are other factors into play like the size of the image plane so maybe such considerations should be taken in mind while making such pinholes.
    Date published: 2017-09-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Explore photo basics This special camera body cap is custom made for your camera mount. It has a pinhole smaller than this period: . Using a tripod, or a very high ISO rate, you capture a dreamy, ethereal image via the phenomenon of camera obscura. Fun to use. And every photo teacher should have one.
    Date published: 2018-04-12
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