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    There's a video somewhere on this website of the camera at Focus on Imaging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    There's a video somewhere on this website of the camera at Focus on Imaging.

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    The video isn't any more revealing than the OP's linked press release. Haven't seen any sample photos on Ilford's direct positive paper from the new pinhole, either. Soon, perhaps?

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    this is great !
    i hope it does very well and hopefully pulls some of the hipsters from the lomo crowd to start using dp paper too ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnanian View Post
    this is great !
    i hope it does very well and hopefully pulls some of the hipsters from the lomo crowd to start using dp paper too ...
    Depending on its reception, this could grow into a budget "system" camera(or cameras) in different formats. It can't get too pricey, though, unless Walker/Harmon are prepared to battle knock-offs. Very cool product concept.

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    Do you think the pinhole size is the same for film and positive paper? my fuzzy logic says it is but I want to be sure and ask the real experts here ;-)

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    If you can use direct positive paper in it, why would you not be able to use film in it?
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    The kit comes with both paper and film!
    You also have to provide the 5X4 film holder.
    FWIW. the idea of swapping the cones is pretty slick.
    The article also said that Walker designed it, not that he's producing it.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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    I got to admit it looks cool, but im more interested in the direct positive paper. Am I correct in assuming that it gets developed in the same manner as regular photo paper? I must admit, the only thing I know about direct positive is what Hippolyte Bayard did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulC View Post
    Good. Anything to encourage the use of film has to be positive.
    Nice pun. Well played, sir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagepics View Post
    Am I correct in assuming that it gets developed in the same manner as regular photo paper?
    I never used it, but if you read Harman doc it looks that it is the same as the standard paper

    http://www.ilfordphoto.com/download....1643311748.pdf

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