This might convince me to buy a few rolls of film and teach my nephew how cameras work. Then - once I take the film out, drive to the camera store (most of which have gone out of business by now), drop the film off, drive home, drive back a week later, pay as much money as I did for the film in the first place, and then get my processed film and negatives - I'll go back to digital. But it's a good kickstarter that will probably get funded many times over. If you're interested you can read more about it here: Here are some of the photos they say you can get with the cardboard pinhole camera: and here is what the camera looks like out of the box: