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    Pocket Pinhole

    Here is the first test from another new camera.
    Bit underexposed but not bad.
    38 x 43 mm paper negative.
    0.2 mm pinhole
    f = 110
    You may notice the distortion that suggests a curved film plane.
    Now you will have to go to the "Articles" section to see what the camrea is.
    http://www.f295.org/main/showthread....Pocket-Pinhole

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    Very nice. Bet your happy with the first results.

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    The curves are amazing, Dave.

    Looking forward to more !
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    And some more silly curves.
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    Un-flashed, un-filtered Multigrade.
    This is the whole piece of paper; you can see the corner clipped so I know which is the emulsion side in my changing bag.
    A sheet of 5x7 gives me two for my Kodak 2A and three for the Advantix canisters with no waste
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    Great camera...great results. 5 shots from a sheet of 5x7 and no waste. That in itself is cool!

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    I really like these images, the tones are nice and so is the sharpness. It's also nice to use all the paper with no waste. Looking forward to seeing more.

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    Here are a few more from the Advantix canisters.
    Three canisters a small changing bag, packet of paper scraps and a table top tripod
    Just about fits in my pocket
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    The bridge builders skill stretched to the limit to cross this mighty torrent.

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    And a couple showing how curved film can be difficult
    the camera is upright and one end of the building looks OK but the image looks as if it needs to be rotated.
    I will probably get the hang of it.

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    Or maybe I will just stop taking subjects like this

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