Did you ever build a pinhole camera in grade school? That’s pretty much how I got my start in photography. Even a kid can make one because there’s no lens. Just a, er, pin-size hole in the front of a box that focuses a beam of light on a piece of photo paper in the back. And because the pinhole is so small, you get huge depth of field. Translation: virtually everything in front of the camera in focus. And that’s the principle behind the EyePal Peep Sight system. If you’re of a certain age and shoot with iron sights, chances are you have trouble keeping both your target and your sights in focus. And that’s the problem the EyePal is designed to remedy. For only $29.95. Press release after the jump . . .