Pinholes Zero Image range from 35mm to 4 × 5 inches.
They are all handcrafted in high quality teak. More than fifteen layers of lacquer are necessary to guarantee a perfect protection of the wood.
The metal parts are solid brass machined and manually treated with a special coating that prevents oxidation.
The mechanism and structure of the camera make it work like a regular camera, but it is able to take extraordinary pictures.
A 0.025 mm thick copper disc is used for the "needle hole" used to create the image, to ensure maximum accuracy and sharpness on most existing films.
All pinholes are assembled and controlled by Mr Zernike Au, founder of Zero Image, to provide a perfect finish.
Each pinhole camera has its own serial number engraved on a beautiful copper plate, as well as a certificate of authenticity.