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    Great ! Looking forward to seeing the pictures !

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    The camera arrived today. I've just PM'd Glenn to see if he's in town and has time to take part.

    Graham

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbroadbridge
    The camera arrived today. I've just PM'd Glenn to see if he's in town and has time to take part.

    Graham
    I haven't heard back from Glenn, so I intend to shoot my shot tomorrow.

    Processing will occur within 24 hours.



    Graham.

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    Hi Graham - I am breathing a big sigh of relief knowing our little camera has finally made it through it's travels and is safely in your hands!
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    Well, I have some good news and some bad news.

    Good: Graham has received the camera and has processed the film. He'll scan it over the course of the week and post as time allows.

    Bad: Several frames were double exposures. I'm not sure how many folks' shots were ruined by this. As I understand it, about 4. I'm really sorry about this, it kills me that someone's carefully planned shot is wasted, especially with all the waiting and postage that went into it. Based on the simplicity of the camera I suspect that what occurred is that on occasion the film was not advanced fully, and the camera, in all it's cheapness, cocked the shutter before the film was fully advanced.

    Again, my sincere apologies in advance to those who's photos were ruined. I had not seen that occur with that camera before we used it for this round. Many thanks to Graham for developing and scanning the film.

    Nathan

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    A double exposure from two people on oposite ends of the world might be a good concept anyways...
    I'd like to see all of them, even the bad ones...

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    Then let us hope that my shot is a double exposure since I am anyway not sure if I opened the lens cover. That never happens with an SLR

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    I thought of this as an experiment. Sometimes you get whacky results when you experiment. Glad I could be part of it and that it actually made it to the end. When you think about it, the logistics were freightening.

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    I think of it in a similar way - the "travel" is the project, the pictures are a bonus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gbroadbridge
    I haven't heard back from Glenn, so I intend to shoot my shot tomorrow.

    Processing will occur within 24 hours.



    Graham.
    Sorry folks, I have been overseas 3 of the last 7 weeks and have just returned to Sydney this week. Sorry I lost my chance but dying to see the results...

    Glenn



 

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