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Nikon and Canon DSLRs grab their own pinhole lens covers

Darren Murph
07.03.10
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Oh sure, you've got options when it comes to getting a pinhole lens onto your DSLR, but we're guessing none are as simplistic and compact as this. Hangul's cover is barely bigger than the one Nikon and Canon ships, yet it provides that glorious soft blur pinhole action just as effectively as a dedicated lens. Details are fairly scant on these bad boys, but we are told that they're selling in Japan for ¥4,400 ($50) apiece. Check out a shot of what exactly one can do for you just after the break.



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