A Titan Pinhole CameraDPMag Published in Blog
If you're either, A) really into depth of field, or B) really into pinhole cameras, or C) really into 8x10 film... then have I got the camera for you. It's the Harman Titan 8x10 pinhole camera. The British company known to American film lovers primarily as Ilford retails it for only about 300£ (which equates to something along the lines of $450 U.S.). At f/288 it's about ten stops darker than f/8, so you'll need a lot of light or a long shutter speed. But still, it's a pretty cool camera if you're into that sort of thing. I might have to give it a shot, if only I like any large format camera that can be had for under 500 dollars.
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