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    I ordered the Travelwide - I want to play around with the pinhole option and this looks like a great way to do it.

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    The main upside of this to me is it will get more people to buy 4x5 film. I think there are better solutions to point-and-shoot 4x5s, even at the same price level. It might be hard to beat their light weight, though. 660g or whatever is pretty light.

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    I think a $100 price point is right for me.
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    To me the greatest design feature is its name. I love that.

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    What a FUN looking camera! If I'd known about this a couple weeks ago I would have bought it instead of a Cambo from craigslist.
    “You seek escape from pain. We seek the achievement of happiness. You exist for the sake of avoiding punishment. We exist for the sake of earning rewards. Threats will not make us function; fear is not our incentive. It is not death that we wish to avoid, but life that we wish to live.” - John Galt

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    Dr Croubie, the thing on top is a Russian made accessory rangefinder. He is using it to find the distance and then setting it on the focus scale.

    Yeah, I'm in too. Sure hope they make their goal. Looks like at this time they need about 300 more people to sign on for $99 each.

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    I pledged and I hope they make their target. This being an analogue photography forum, why not so much interest?

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    Yep, I'm in too now.
    I was always going to go in, was more a matter of deciding between the 90 and 65. Went for the 65 in the end, even if lenses are a bit rarer and more expensive (and probably will need a centre filter).
    At least I can do Pinholes for a while if I don't get a lens before then.
    On the plus side I don't have to focus, I can reuse my 21mm Voigtlander viewfinder for framing, maybe even just reuse my Bessa L and 21mm Skopar for a light-meter.

    $55k out of $75k already, and it's only been up a week with 3 to go. This looks popular enough that it'll be made, hooray!

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    I'm in, too, even though I've never in my life shot large format.

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    I already backed them and have my order in. Fortunately, I also already have a 90mm Angulon plus the usual LF paraphernalia of holders etc. too. I should be ready to go when I get it. Very cool project!

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