Presenter Natalie looks through a pinhole camera

Make A Pinhole Camera

Learn about what a pinhole camera is with Natalie from The Planetarium team. Discover how it works and make your own simple version at home.

You'll need a cardboard tube, a smaller piece of cardboard, tinfoil, baking paper, a pin, sticky tape, scissors, blu tack, and some adult permission and help. View on YouTube.

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