Here are results from the film set, rather different than the set digitally recorded.
Film was Kodak Gold 800 of unknown age, freezer stock that I don't remember putting into deep freeze.
The camera body was one I made combining the body from a Bolsey Model B2 with the shutter assembly off a late 1940's model of Argus A.
Pinhole is in a piece of aluminum pie pan, 0.25 mm in diameter, and distance hole to film is 40 mm. That yields an f:stop of f:160.
How to explain the results? Is extreme grain due to old 800 speed film, or is it from reciprocity failure, not having compensated enough in my exposure times? Color shift in the white background due to the warm tungsten light used, or old film, or reciprocity failure?
Interesting images nonetheless, I think.
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All images are (c) 2017 E.J.Kowalski.