Photonics Dictionary

pinhole camera

A lensless photographic camera that uses a small sharp-edged hole as its aperture. The light passed by this aperture onto the camera's film plane produces a soft-edged image that has a wide field of view, is free of distortion and exhibits a large depth of field.
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