HARMAN technology Limited, the company behind the ILFORD brand of black and white photographic products, will be exhibiting on the Imago 11 stand B028 in Hall 6 at the Photokina 2012 Exhibition, taking place at the Koelnmesse, Cologne, Germany from Tuesday 18th to Sunday 23rd September 2012.
MAN TiTAN Pinhole Cameras in 4 x 5 and 8 x 10 format are being shown at Photokina 2012 for the first time. Launched 12 months ago, the robust lightweight 4 x 5 camera has caused quite a stir among pinhole enthusiasts and teachers of photography, worldwide.
The camera, designed and manufactured in the UK by Walker Cameras, comes as part of the ILFORD PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY KIT that includes a handy Pinhole Exposure Calculator, and 10 sheets each of HARMAN DIRECT POSITIVE FB paper, ILFORD MULTIGRADE IV RC paper, and ILFORD DELTA 100 PROFESSIONAL film, all cut to fit a 4 x 5 film dark slide. Due to popular demand a small selection of accessory items have now been made available for this camera. These comprise of 110mm and 150mm interchangeable cones, and a blank pinhole adaptor that can be used to replace the pinhole in any of the focal length cones and hold pinholes specially made by the camera users.
The 8 x 10 camera comes complete with a 110mm cone and all the features of the smaller 4 x 5 version. It is expected that production of these cameras will commence in October with stock available to order and ship from the UK in November 2012.
Representatives from HARMAN technology will be on hand to demonstrate features of the cameras and accessories, as well as discuss products and services from ILFORD PHOTO, HARMAN PHOTO and Kentmere Photographic.
Steven Brierley, Director of Sales and Marketing at HARMAN, will give a 30 minute presentation about Pinhole Photography and the HARMAN TiTAN Cameras from the Professionals Stage, Hall 4.1, Stand I 50/ I 59 at 12.30 p.m. Thursday 20th September 2012.
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