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Pin Hole Camera’s

Mrs Smith’s class were studying the eye in Science class. They looked at the structure and function of the eye and drew and labelled a diagram. We then made pin-hole cameras from shoe-boxes. We covered the inside of the boxes with black paper. Then we cut two holes in opposite sides of the box, one a circle and the other a rectangle. We stuck tinfoil over the circular hole and made a pin-hole in it. We put grease-proof paper over the rectangular hole for the screen. When the pin-hole end was pointed at something bright the image of what the camera was pointed at should paper on the screen. 


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