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    Ilford Photo launches 5x4in pinhole camera?

    Does anybody heard about an Ilford/Harman pinhole camera designed to be used with Ilford Positive Paper?

    http://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk...ws_309687.html

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    No but I would be very interested in this .

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    Dear CGW....

    The HARMAN Titan pinhole camera is now in full production !

    I will be in a position to release full details including availability dates early next week, I was fortuanate enough to have a go with one last week and I have to say it was a lot of fun...

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology limited :


    This was the response I got last Monday from Ilford(9/12/11)

    Stay tuned...

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    Good. Anything to encourage the use of film has to be positive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulC View Post
    Good. Anything to encourage the use of film has to be positive.
    Er, there's no film with Ilford's direct positive paper in their 4x5 pinhole....

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    Dang! 150 pounds for a pinhole camera? it would be easier to buy a junky press cam - the extra advantage being a nearly infinite number of focal lengths - not just two.

    I think lomography just got one-upped. lol Then again it does come with a spirit level......
    "There is no such thing as objective reality in a photograph"

    My flickr and (gasp!) dpug photos - take a look if you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGW View Post
    Er, there's no film with Ilford's direct positive paper in their 4x5 pinhole....
    According to this site it will be possible to use film

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romary View Post
    Does anybody heard about an Ilford/Harman pinhole camera designed to be used with Ilford Positive Paper?

    http://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk...ws_309687.html
    Hi, I saw this at Focus (UK) this year. It's made by Walker Cameras (http://www.walkercameras.com/).

    I also had a 10x8 of myself made by Ilford on the positive paper and it was surprisingly nice tonality straight from the film processor.

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romary View Post
    According to this site it will be possible to use film
    Probably but Ilford's obviously pitching it to promo their direct positive paper.

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    Hi, I saw this at Focus (UK) this year. It's made by Walker Cameras (http://www.walkercameras.com/).


    Really? Nothing on their site about the pinhole.

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