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Method for attaching a pinhole camera to a tripod

Get a 1/4 x 20 t-nut
Drill a quarter inch hole in a piece of wood. Countersink a little to accomodate the t-nut and to extend the shaft of the nut down far enough so the tripod screw can reach it. Drive the t-nut in. Attach the tripod screw from the opposite side and tighten.

Attach the camera with a couple rubber bands.

(The third rubber band is to keep the back from accidentally falling off)