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|Dimensions||98 x 70 x 68 mm|
Rubikon is a paper cut-out, which becomes a functioning camera (camera obscura) after gluing together. In 1979 the ABC magazine published a jigsaw called Dirkon, which paraphrased the single-lensed reflex cameras, which used to be very popular at that time. The cut-out Rubikon was first published in 2005 in the 8. issue of the ABC magazine, 25 years after introducing Dirkon. Since that time it has been also published in foreign media dealing with photography. Rubikon is also used as a teaching aid at some photography schools and elementary schools. The second version of Rubikon, The Pinhole Rebel is even more user friendly and easy to build.