HARMAN technology TiTAN 4 x 5" Pinhole Camera

BH #HAHTIPC • MFR #1176526
HARMAN technology
HARMAN technology TiTAN 4 x 5" Pinhole Camera
Key Features
  • Takes 4 x 5" Film Holders
  • Designed with Walker Cameras in the UK
  • 72mm f/206 Wide-Angle Cone
  • Optional 110mm and 150mm Cones
Designed in the UK, the TITAN 4 x 5" Pinhole Camera from HARMAN technology provides a unique method of shooting long exposures on 4 x 5" film or photo paper. This model comes with a 72mm f/206 wide-angle cone that is interchangeable with optional 110mm and 150mm cones. These options allow for a variety of different fields-of-view and perspectives while shooting extremely long exposures possible with the small aperture value.
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Please suggest a suitable optical viewfinder for this camera?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately, there is not a viewfinder specifically designed for use with this camera, or for cameras with a 5:4 film aspect ratio. Most of the optical viewfinders we carry are designed for use with the 35mm 3:2 aspect ratio. However, if you are looking for an optical option that may work for your needs, while it would not exactly cover the frame on the long ends due to the aspect ratio difference, the Ricoh GV-1 External Viewfinder B&H # RIGV1, the Sigma VF-31 External Optical Viewfinder, B&H # SIVF31, and the Zeiss ZI Viewfinder for Zeiss Ikon Camera When Used with 18mm ZM Lens, B&H # ZEVF18, would have the closest angle of view for use with the Ilford HARMAN TiTAN 4 x 5 Pinhole Camera.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Could a groundglass be made to fit in the film ...

Could a groundglass be made to fit in the film holder slot?
Asked by: Tedroe
i'm sure you could but I don't know that it would be all that helpful.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-07

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Can I use medium format backs for 4x5 cameras?
Asked by: Troy B.
In theory, you could use a medium format imager with a 4x5 camera. However, in order that we may best answer your question, please email us with details of what you wish to do at [email protected]
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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there are 2 white screws came with the box, what are they for?
Asked by: Y W C.
If they are small and plastic, then they are used to assemble the round exposure table. Once the round tables are cut out of the paper, the white screws are used to connect the two round pieces of paper together in the center so you can spin the top one around to find the appropriate exposure setting. If you use a handheld light meter, you don't need to use the paper table.
Answered by: Eric H.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Does this come with the 3 sets of ilford photo film?
Asked by: Caroline W.
No it does not. I just bought this kit and it comes with the camera and the paper exposure calculator. You will need to buy a 4x5 film holder and 4x5 film (or 4x5 direct positive paper) to use this camera. (The older version of this kit did include film but that version is no longer available.)
Answered by: Daniel T.
Date published: 2019-12-15
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