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    The Cameras Of ILFORD Limited 1899 / 2005

    Dear All,

    If you are interested a book has just been published in the UK, with the title,
    ILFORD Faces, People and Places The Cameras of ILFORD Limited 1899 to 2005 by Andrew J. Holliman. This 287 page book is a fantastic record of the cameras sold by ILFORD over the last century and a bit.

    ISBN number 0-9545342-1-2

    If you wish to order a copy I suggest you contact the author at

    a.j.holliman@netmatters.co.uk


    Simon.R.Galley, ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited

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    Simon,

    This looks like a really interesting book! I found a bit more info on it here

    http://website.lineone.net/~mauricef...liman/FPP.html

    - Randy

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    I have an Ilford lens shade on my Tower 51 (Iloca Rapid B) ... my contribution to keeping the tradition alive.

    Seriously, this looks like a very engaging book.
    Honey, I promise no more searching eBay for cameras.

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    Hi Guys,
    Its me, the author !

    If you want full details of my book, Faces, People and Places - The cameras of Ilford Ltd. - 1899 to 2005 then go to:

    http://www.electricstrings.com/ilford.htm

    Cheers and thanks for looking.

    Andy

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    that is funny.
    1969, the year that Ilford gave up exporting cameras was about the same time that I started seeing those strange White film boxes showing up among the Yellow here in the US.
    Any story behind that?
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=



 

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