Here is an ingenious contraption which should be something worth checking out. It is called the Spam Cam and from the image above, it seems pretty obvious why it was called as such. But what about the cam?
Well a certain user named ‘underbyte’ from F295 was able to create a compact little pinhole camera, making use of ham housing and a collection of household objects. The Spam Cam comes complete with a square viewfinder and tripod mount, all held together with some glue and couple of rubber bands.
The lens-less camera has a 50mm focal length, .3mm EMS Pinhole, and an image area of about 6 x 6.5cm. Underbyte used an old metal can of Spam for the body, and a hodge-podge of other items lying around to form the base, over-sized film advance knob, Holga Polaroid backing, and tripod mount.