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Ilford Obscura Pinhole Camera Announced

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Category: Medium Format
Product: Ilford Pinhole Obscura

Obscura Pinhole Camera Announced - Ilford Obscura Pinhole Camera shown at Focus On Imaging 2013.

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Pinhole Obscura

Ilford has announced a new pinhole camera, the Obscura Pure Pinhole Photography camera, with 87mm focal length, magnetic lock design, and an expected retail price of £69 it will be available in Easter. The box contains the camera, 3 packs of film (Ilford Delta 100, Ilford MGIV, Harman Direct Positive Paper), a pinhole exposure calculator, and a pack of stickers, so you can use the camera discreetly or alter the design to your liking.

Key Features

  • 87mm focal length
  • Magnetic lock design
  • Front rotates for left or right hand use
  • Holds paper in position for white border
  • 0.3mm chemical etched pinhole
  • Tripod converter bush
  • Can be used with 4x5 film or paper
For more information visit IlfordPhoto.

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Glynn  81169 forum posts England1 Constructive Critique Points
7 Mar 2013 - 1:48 PM

What is it constructed out of?

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joshwa ePHOTOzine Staff 3583 forum postsjoshwa vcard United Kingdom
7 Mar 2013 - 2:05 PM

Plastic - the two parts of it slide together and are held together with magnets.

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