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    Hey I bought one of those Titan pinhole cameras, does that make me a bad person?

    Roger

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    Short answer: yes*
















    *if you don't post pictures of some shots taken with it!
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    Since you like shooting architecture and urban scenes, you might like a Walker Titan Wide. Teamwork Digital in London has one for sale:
    http://teamworkphoto.com/shop/index....gnbbhkl69suqv7

    Teamwork is a reliable seller.

    All the best, Frank
    www.frankbunnik.zenfolio.com

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    Thanks. Yes I've looked into the wide as well. I was kind of on the fence, and the wide has a lot going for it. It's small, and the rigid back is awesome for wide angle lenses. But in the end I still think for now a more all-around versatile camera is the way to go (I do shoot with a 300mm 4x5 lens fairly often).

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    Michael, still looking? Check out this beaut... http://www.apug.org/forums/forum379/...ing-cloth.html

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    Thanks. Not looking for wood cameras though.

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    I have around 30 view cameras and had a walker 4x5 for a while..too fiddly to unfold I'm an Arca devotee but have a great Ebony 45s and a Shenhao copy of it..don't dismiss a wood camera..I have an11x14 Chamonix and it is spectacular..E

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    Canham's metal cameras are an appealing functional option for new 4x5 gear.

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    Sorry guys....I bought one of those Walker pinholes....me bad. Mind you, it took three months to get it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jp498 View Post
    Canham's metal cameras are an appealing functional option for new 4x5 gear.
    I've been curious about Canham's metal cameras. The DLC2 seems quite functional. Is it rigid though? Walker and Toyo cameras are really solid (even with bellows extended) for the price. I've read some not-so-impressive reviews of Canham gear but would be willing to hear any opinions. I had written it off as an option after reading things about it not being very tight or rigid (too much flex, too much play etc) and this is a major concern for me. I don't want to have to worry all the time about the standards not being parallel etc.

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