small preview of the new product that will be presented next Monday, but if you are curious, you want to know it before the others and receive an exclusive offer for the Black Friday, then click below:
una piccola anteprima del nuovo prodotto che verrà presentato lunedì prossimo, se però sei curioso, vuoi conoscerlo prima degli altri e ricevere un'offerta esclusiva per il black friday, allora clicca qua sotto:
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Today I’ll try to solve a problem!
Yes, you understood correctly!
Have you ever tried to make contact prints with multiple exposures using the same negative? For example the bichromate printing process?
Surely you will have invented everything to put back the correct position of the paper-negative combination, holes, tweezers, adhesive tape, etc. etc.
Today I propose a solution, that is, two convenient plastic pins to be placed on the paper and on the negative, which coincide perfectly with two other metal pins present on the frame of your press.
simple and practical!
watch the video to know how
You can find the contact print frame here:
After the presentation fo Stenopeika 14×17 folding camera last week, today is the turn of the another giant camera, the StenopeiKa 16×20 folding camera.
So the video explain better the me than work inside this kind of camera, I hope you like it.
You can find the camera here:
See you on the next video!
One year after the presentation of the 14×17 model, today I will show you some improvements I have made to the project to make it even more rigid and user friendly.
For example I changed the guides to the maximum extension of the front part, much more rigid even at the maximum extension leaving the system of fast focusing unchanged. To make the rear part easier and more aesthetically pleasing, I have also modified the lever system for the rear glass door frame, now it’s even easier to insert your chassis.
After the version with olive wood, Tuscan cypress wood and Iroko wood, today I’ll show you the last version of X camera 4×5, with olive wood but with carbon fiber instead of aluminum parts.
replacing aluminum with carbon fiber makes the camera much more rigid while maintaining the technical characteristics unchanged (dimensions and movements).
Furthermore, for the launch of this new product there is a super offer for you, watch the video and follow the instructions:
From today you can also use your Sinar shutter on the Hyper camera 5×7 using a magnetic adapter made by me specifically for a customer.
As you can see from the video, these are two magnetic flanges that will allow you to remove the shutter whenever you want and then use the camera with or without this accessory without any modification.
now it’s your turn 😉