- Sep 22, 2020
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Many years ago, in the era of analog and film, I enjoyed pinhole photography using everything from my 4x5 view camera to oatmeal boxes. Fast forward to this digital era. Recently the appeal of pinhole photography has reared its head again primarily due to the potential of not having to use chemicals. So, I bought a used Nikon d3000 at local camera store. Have now made a pinhole lens using the camera body cap and the usual aluminum can, etc. However the camera will not operate with the warning "no lens attached." What to do to overcome this obstacle. Thank you for any suggestions.