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    You can always make your own in an afternoon.

    Quote Originally Posted by SadowskiPL View Post
    150 F for pinhole ?
    That's about 890PLN.... ( minimal Pay in Poland 1300PLN)
    Thanks, I stay with my DSLR...

    THIS PRICE IS CRAZY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Carnie View Post
    You can always make your own in an afternoon.
    You get what you pay for, an extremely well made precision pin-hole camera, and it comes with film etc.

    As Bob says you can make your own, but say you decidwe to use a Pacemaker Graflok back that'll be around 50% towards that total before you go further.

    Equating camera prices to minimum pay becomes interesting as when I bought my first SLR in the early 1970's it was about 4x the typical staring wage.

    Exchange rates don't always work in our favour and I'd guess this is the case here.

    Ian

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    Simon, is there any demographic information about people who have bought the Titan pinhole camera? I'm just wondering if it's been mainly LF users who already have a personal infrastructure for it, or if it's been the general users of "toy" cameras.

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    Maybe you can start a poll, I am already a LF/ULF user, so already had the film holders.

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    Dear Brian,

    I do not have that level of information, sales are worldwide for sure, education seems high on the user list.

    As an FYI The new cones and blank will be available very soon : We need to update the re- sellers first re availability and pricing etc, but I will keep you updated

    110mm Cone Item no 1174076
    150mm Cone Item no 1174085
    Blank pin hole Item no 1174094

    Regards Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon R Galley View Post
    Dear Brian,

    I do not have that level of information, sales are worldwide for sure, education seems high on the user list.

    As an FYI The new cones and blank will be available very soon : We need to update the re- sellers first re availability and pricing etc, but I will keep you updated

    110mm Cone Item no 1174076
    150mm Cone Item no 1174085
    Blank pin hole Item no 1174094

    Regards Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :
    Great to here Simon, I have greatly enjoyed using the Harman Titan, and I am queried often by passersby as to the what it is, and what I am doing. Most are curious, and really like the simplicity of the camera.

    I will definitely be getting the 110mm Cone.

    Thanks again for making such a fine camera.

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    Really pleased you like it, everyone seems to enjoy them and the images they produce.

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :

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    We are buying our second Titan, our staff and I love the camera... Any chance of an 8x10 version?
    Quote Originally Posted by Simon R Galley View Post
    Really pleased you like it, everyone seems to enjoy them and the images they produce.

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :

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    That's what I'm waiting for - an 8x10! Hope one is on the drawing board.

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    Totally loving mine. Still getting used to how to frame a subject a bit better.

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