6x12 Multiformat

      • Another highly popular ONDU, the 6x12 Multiformat squeezes in three cameras in one. It can produce images 6x6, 6x9 as well as 6x12 in size. Each format has it’s own characteristics depending on what the photographer is trying to achieve. One day you prefer the square format, some other day the 6x9 classic looks good and when you want to capture that wonderful landscape the 6x12 will come in really handy. To choose the film frame you need to set wooden frame dividers that are located inside the camera to the desired setting prior to loading your film.

      • Like the same suggests the Multiformat is the most versatile of ONDU's and packs three shooting capabilities in one relatively tiny package while still weighing around the 500g mark. 
      • The ONDU 6x12 Multiformat is equipped with 14 magnets that hold the back and winding knobs in place as well as the shutter which works in tandem with the stop pin for shake free exposures. There are two orange windows on the back of the camera through which you can see the frame numbers while advancing the film to the next shot.

        1. Dimensions:(W) 65mm x (H) 103mm (L) 200mm
        2. Weight:450g
        3. Focal length:40mm
        4. Pinhole diameter:0,25mm
        5. f stop equivalent:160
        6. Camera is shipped with a wooden exposure card, 3D printed snap on filter adapter 58mm, a protective carry bag as well as an empty 120 film spool so you can load your camera immediately.
      • Exposure chart


The camera is meticulously handcrafted out of walnut, maple and ash wood right in our workshop ensuring the best quality possible. With the blend of minimalisticand functional design paired with fine woodworking this camera will last for generations. Every camera is finished with two coats of natural oils with beeswax and buffed to achieve a perfect satin feel, which also protects the camera from the elements. 
The camera features a standard tripod mount, horizontal and vertical field of view engraving lines for easier composition, direction of film winding engravings as well as a built in spirit levelling bulb.



Taking a photo with a pinhole or even being in front of it is an experience all together, these are the things that make an ordinary day extraordinary. When you see the picture, you relive every aspect of that day thanks to that moment you took time to capture some light!