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Born from a love of photography, art & astronomy, Solarcan is a unique camera designed to produce extreme time exposures that capture the Sun’s path across the sky.

Pre-loaded with photographic paper, Solarcan is a complete camera package with a precision drilled pinhole plus cover, instructions, fastenings and a handy storage tube.

Easy to install and with plenty of tips included on how to make the most of your Solorcan, capture truly unique images of the sun through your chosen landscape.

Solarcan is a modern twist on one of the earliest incarnations of photography, the pinhole camera.


Visit the Exhibition:

A New Power: Photography in Britain 1800-1850 is a free exhibition in the Weston Library, running until the 7th May, 2023 . This exhibition explores the early history of photography and its impact on British life. It examines the invention of the medium in its earliest incarnation, and how the broad range of uses had an unequivocal impact on British culture. From the invention of celebrity to the very first 'travel photography' and how this helped to consolidate colonial sensibilities.

By showing how photography intersected with all aspects of a nascent modernity, A New Power reveals photography’s crucial role in making Britain the society it is today.

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