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    I've used the new 5x4" Harman Titan camera extensively during a recent trip to Hong Kong.
    Whilst it's loads of fun messing around with pinhole photography, I was amazed by the image quality produced by such simple and primitive camera.

    Mongkok, Hong Kong.
    Harman Titan | 72mm f206
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    [Photom], william.olive, and 86 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. The Gentleman Amateur 24 months ago | reply

      That's stunning.

      I've never come across that camera, when does it date from?

    2. Kenneth Ipcress 24 months ago | reply

      Thanks Tobias.
      Cheers mate. The camera was released last October in the UK by Ilford. So it's pretty new, especially for a film camera. Check out more info here: www.ilfordphoto.com/products/product.asp?n=75

    3. Jimmy Bonnal [deleted] 24 months ago | reply

      Very nice and awesome shot!

    4. LarryChan 24 months ago | reply

      Nice shoot.

    5. zane&inzane 24 months ago | reply

      Love the atmosphere here, but didn't expect it to be pinhole although there's a glow.

    6. The Gentleman Amateur 24 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the info! Good to know they're still making new film cameras....

    7. beechlights 24 months ago | reply

      Fantastic. Roughly how long was the exposure?

    8. Kenneth Ipcress 24 months ago | reply

      Thanks guys! :-)
      I was so pleasantly surprised with the image rendering from this pinhole. It also show very little vignetting compare to other large format pinhole cameras.
      Good news indeed. I heard they're considering in making a 8x10 camera as well.
      Cheers man. It was somewhere around 10 to 15 mins.

    9. mankus 24 months ago | reply

      Love the colours K.
      Real interesting!

    10. milk.stevenlee 15 months ago | reply

      When Hong Kong?

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