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    Here's my first two ever pinhole pics from the Titan - made inside the Ballarat Tram museum last week, whilst chatting to the folks there, and only partially paying attention to what I was doing. I guessed about a minute exposure for each (TXP320 @ ISO200, f/206), and the negs are a bit thin, but very printable...
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    Marc, they look a bit too sharp for pinhole pics; generally, I don't prefer sharpness or clarity over the traditional lack of focus but excellent definition. Did you apply any post- sharpening?
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    Gary - No sharpening beyond what the V700 does without overt user intervention. The neg I made yesterday of the larger waterfall at Noojee looks far more "pinhole" like to me because of the long exposure, flowing water and vibrating deck! It's a strange camera to use - I really feel like I'm not actually doing anything... That and the weirdness of a Large Format camera that adding a film holder to, doubles its weight!!

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    The V700 is an excellent tool for the job, Marc. All of my matted/framed prints were prepared on that.
    Vibration on that darned bridge, and mischievous APUGers loitering in the bush on the right were major challenges of patience; and again on the viewing platform of Toorongo Falls (that structure, and the one at Amphitheatre are patently ugly, ugly and intrusive). I don't know how much the Titan weighs but it came across as looking very lightweight? At the moment I'm ogling 6x6 pinhole pics from my trip around the central and western half of Australia last year; who says beautiful images should be left to the big gun classics of cameras!?

    I reckon, Marc, I'll be angling for the Zero Image 4x5; I'm just sooooo smitten by the cherrywood and brass (ah, just like you when you saw the Wista!!! )
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    Wow, that is really cool, I'm glad I found these on here! Thanks for posting

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    I must say that Harman and Mike Walker really nailed it with the Titan. Very well designed, well made, and a pleasure to use. Great to hear that sales have reached the 1K mark.

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    .......still waiting for either Freestyle or B&H to get these in stock....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PKM-25 View Post
    .......still waiting for either Freestyle or B&H to get these in stock....
    Check The View Camera Store or Big Camera Workshops. Both stores show the Titan in stock, and I can recommend both stores very highly.

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    B&H has them in stock now, I get mine next week...

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    Going to buy one of these next week,, If using HP5 what would be the ISO suggested rating for this camera?

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