I picked up one of these cameras at AKAR in Iowa City. It was left sitting on the shelf for a few months, waiting for a reason to allot 2+ hours for its assembly; Taiwan was found to be a suitable excuse.
More technical details on pinhole photography can be found here.
To see full size images, please click the thumbnails in attached gallery below:
Exposures varied from 3-8 seconds, given the camera’s manufacturer-declared f/130 for the pinhole and the use of ISO100 and ISO 50 films (Velvia RVP50 (an E-6 color reversal film, as well as some cheap Fujicolor 100 negative film, both skillfully processed and scanned at University Camera in Iowa City).