Pin-hole camera

  • In a pin-hole camera, the image is always at focus, real, inverted and usually smaller than the object.
  • If the size of the pin-hole is increased, the image becomes blurred.
  • When the object is moved towards the pin-hole camera, the size of the image decreases but its luminosity increases.
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