pinhole camera


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pinhole camera

n
(Photography) a camera with a pinhole as an aperture instead of a lens
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When Police from Taipei City's Wanhua Precinct arrived on the scene and questioned the man, they soon found that he had implanted a pinhole camera in his shoe.
the cctv system comprises: 71 360 vision ptz analogue cctv cameras 14 360 vision predator cameras 15 bosch static cameras 1 pinhole camera, and 5 bosch mic 7000 ptzs each camera operates and communicates with the avigilon network video recorders (nvrs) in the monitoring suite.
Meanwhile, various sorts of electronic devices such revolving earth, solar system, human physical dynamic system, pinhole camera, green house affects, human teeth, working and moving models of insects and birds were also displayed in the scientific exhibition which attracted the audience.
If there is a skimming device on the card reader, there will usually be a pinhole camera mounted underneath the top of the ATM.
(4) CREATE A PINHOLE CAMERA. There are many websites you can search that share how to create your own pinhole camera using shoeboxes or Pringles cans.
In a similar way, he is the first to study the phenomenon of the pinhole camera. The concept of a pinhole camera is simple: a box with a tiny hole on one side is able to project an image of whatever is outside onto a side of the box on the inside.
The result is the wonderfully haunting Echoes of the Civil War: Capturing Battlefields through a Pinhole Camera (Countryman Press, $35, 288 pages, ISBN 9781581573800).
This weekend more than 20 activities will take place including orienteering on the Millennium Green; a pop-up museum at Kaye's School, felting and pinhole camera workshop, wildflower seed sowing and bulb planting and woodland crafts.
Shift the clock back a century or so and we are dealing with a very different photographic technology: the pinhole camera. In their paper "Reflections on Using Pinhole Photography as a Pedagogical and Methodological Tool with Adolescents in Wild Nature," Teresa Socha, Tom Potter, Stephanie Potter, and Bob Jickling offer another take on "point of view" that requires a more considered and slow crafting of the view itself, as well as waiting for the photograph to be chemically developed.
The criminal will also attempt to find out the user's PIN either by looking over their shoulder, using a miniature pinhole camera fixed above the keypad or even pretending to be a well-meaning bystander who convinces the customer to re-enter the PIN while they take note.
The team discovered that affixing dry photographic paper to a pinhole camera enables photography without exposure to chemical baths, though obtaining an image requires extremely long exposure times, typically measured in months.