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Film-Niko
11-21-2012, 09:01 AM
Surprising new product:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1209578799/projecteo-the-tiny-instagram-projector

After the Impossible Project funding very successfully their small machine with which cell phone pictures are exposed on Impossible instant film, we now see another field where digital imaging is re-discovering film for its needs.
All initiatives using more film are welcome...:cool:

AgX
11-21-2012, 09:07 AM
Already a busy thread on this topic:

http://www.apug.org/forums/forum45/112454-weird-wheel.html


(I have to admit that thread's title is counterproductive to any search...)

Nicholas Lindan
11-21-2012, 09:58 AM
It looks like the frames are 4.7mm (3/16 - sprocket spacing) square. A bit less than 1/4 the size of a 9x11mm Minox frame.

They say it projects up to a 2ft square image, or 128x magnification. Same as enlarging a full frame 35mm slide to 10x15 ft. Well, it is less than the magnification in a movie theater. I imagine they are planning on using release film. They say you can't see pixels - I'll bet the grain does a real good job of hiding them.

They don't say how long the batteries last. And one LED isn't all that bright. The reflector and condenser optics must be something.

I don't think I'll trash my Pradovit just yet.

To me this whole thing sounds Looney Tunes. But then I feel the same way about everything Lomographic. I'm a terrible judge of what the average consumer will buy.

E. von Hoegh
11-21-2012, 12:54 PM
It looks like the frames are 4.7mm (3/16 - sprocket spacing) square. A bit less than 1/4 the size of a 9x11mm Minox frame.

They say it projects up to a 2ft square image, or 128x magnification. Same as enlarging a full frame 35mm slide to 10x15 ft. Well, it is less than the magnification in a movie theater. I imagine they are planning on using release film. They say you can't see pixels - I'll bet the grain does a real good job of hiding them.

They don't say how long the batteries last. And one LED isn't all that bright. The reflector and condenser optics must be something.

I don't think I'll trash my Pradovit just yet.

To me this whole thing sounds Looney Tunes. But then I feel the same way about everything Lomographic. I'm a terrible judge of what the average consumer will buy.

So is the average consumer.

Film-Niko
11-22-2012, 08:19 AM
Already a busy thread on this topic:

http://www.apug.org/forums/forum45/112454-weird-wheel.html


(I have to admit that thread's title is counterproductive to any search...)

Oh, I am sorry! I have not seen it, my mistake.