Less Than Three Weeks Left to Purchase Warm Materials Inc.'s Newest Kickstarter Product, Woodsum Pinhole Camera

DIY Wooden Accessory Kit makers, Warm Material Inc. has just unveiled their newest product, Woodsum Pinhole Camera, on Kickstarter. Woodsum Pinhole Camera is made from high-quality wood and is finished with a UV coat. The retro design and nostalgic photo effect make Woodsum Pinhole Camera a DIY item that can be kept for a long time.

After obtaining 200% of its funding goal in less than a month, Warm Materials Inc. is announcing that there are less than three weeks left to purchase its latest Kickstarter Product, Woodsum Pinhole Camera. 

Woodsum Pinhole Camera comes as a DIY assembly kit comes with high-quality wood parts that users connect to create a real working camera. The product comes with a detailed instruction booklet that is easy to read. Each wooden module is precut and no tools or glue are necessary during the assembly process. Kickstarter backers can select from five different wood finishes for a classic camera look. Woodsum Pinhole Camera also contains a screw at the base that allows it to be mounted on a tripod.

The rapid evolution of technology has made our lives so much easier. However, through this progression, I noticed that our society lost touch with the art of creating and doing things by hand. This was especially true with photography and so, I decided to create Woodsum Pinhole Camera so that users can re-experience the satisfaction of analog photography.

Su-Hyun Hwang, Warm Materials Inc. Founder & CEO

Woodsum Pinhole Camera works similarly to other 35mm film cameras. Simply load the 35mm film into the back of the camera, then wind the film roll by turning the knob on top, and press the shutter button to take a photo. Depending on the time of day, the shutter button needs to be pressed continuously for 3, 5, or 7 seconds. The resulting photo contains a vintage look that may serve to draw out feelings of nostalgia. 

When not in use, Woodsum Pinhole Camera can also serve as stylish interior decor. While other DIY objects tend to be thrown out soon after assembly, the utility and retro design of this camera make it a timeless piece.  

Woodsum Pinhole Camera is now available on Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at $43. After the campaign, Warm Materials Inc. anticipates manufacturing and delivery to commence by the end of March 2019. Any influencers or journalists interested in receiving a sample and reviewing Woodsum Pinhole Camera are encouraged to submit an inquiry through its Kickstarter page.

Source: Altos Business Group

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