Have you ever been interested in using a pinhole camera? Well now might be your chance. Kelly Angood has started a Kickstarter of one such DIY pinhole camera. She calls it the VIDDY.

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The VIDDY is a screen printed DIY pinhole camera kit that is made out of recycled cardboard. It takes both medium format (120mm) and 35mm film stocks. The kit comes with all the parts you need in a flat form, as well as a medium format spool, a pinhole, a lightproof window, sticker sheet and instructions.

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Just pop out the pieces and build your camera – it takes roughly a half hour to complete and needs only a small drop of glue for your knob. It comes in four colors: Green, Black, Blue or Red. They even have a nifty app you can download to tell you how long to expose your film. There are different levels of donations, but to get a camera, it is about $40 USD, and the cameras should arrive by November.

[REWIND: OLD SCHOOL MEETS NEW! USING PINHOLE CAMERAS AND 35MM FILM TO CREATE BULLET TIME IMAGES]

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To see results from using the VIDDY or watch a video about it, click here . The kickstarter funding ends on September 7th, so jump on getting your DIY pinhole camera!