Pinhole photography can be addicting, especially with positive paper. I fixed up my old 5x7 model this winter so the little 4x5 would have a friend to play with. The 4x5 gets paper, the 5x7 film.
Yeah; I might be bi-polar... ;)
Simon, I hope you are considering a limited superspecial edition. Gold plated or something, with a velvet box and large price tag....
Where are the Titan Pinholes available in Australia??
Vanbar says they have 'em, but they are AU$100 pricier than ordering directly from Walker Cameras - which took only 10 days to get the thing to me....
I've noticed everything I have ordered on FleaBay costs way, way less (sometimes as much as 70% less) and takes less than the time it would for a retailer locally to get something in their hands — and this is the crux point for me. On your point of additional cost and speed of delivery by mail, both agree with my observations.
On first landing there, it looks like AUD$250.00, shipped? I think I'll toddle over to Walker Cameras and splash some cash. :) Shame I won't be able to play with it at the Noojee dig, but no sweat, Little Zero my multiformat pinhole will easily cover the gap. Maybe we'll see an entry from you Marc on Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day on 29th April?
Good, another 1000 images on WPPD, (Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day for anyone who needs to ask but is rightly ashamed to do so)
It is a day of fun, even for a forest dwelling misanthrope like me