A new instant 4X5 film that produces a superb negative, and a positive print too.
Integral? As in "Impossible project"-integral? If so, that¨s really rather interesting. What is the potential of using such a system? One of the things I noticed from having looked at results from the Impossible 10x8 product, is that it seems a bit soft in terms of how it renders subjects. Now, that´s not necessarily a bad thing - just something that I´ve noticed. Also, I presume that one does not get a negative that one could put to use from this process.
Hey Bob I left a comment about your need for Polaroid 4x5 clips and you said you could use them, I have roughly 60 from unused but old type52, if it helps what you're doing I would love to send them to you. Can you leave a address on this page?Dan
Bob I have roughly 60 old type 52 4x5 sheets, that you can if you want them for the clips, I need your address and they are yours...really excited to start using your product. I have Konica instant press that's been converted to 4x5.
When you are talking funding, are you needing tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, millions, or what?
http://new55project.blogspot.com/2010/09/plan-draft.html$210,000 for ship-to-stock.
Bob,Thanks for the response, but I'm not exactly sure what this means: $210K(USD) ship to stock or $25K(USD) Prototypes only for evaluation, further financing, and process development that would supply limited amounts of film to supporters and key photographers, and show the results.Will $210K complete the effort? What does ship to stock imply?Does a $25K donation buy me a preferred status when film is finally produced, a few prototype pieces of film, the opportunity to invest more or what? Could you please translate that into normal English?Does $210K give me an equity position or not?
This may have to wait until after the end of the year, but we need to talk in more detail. Feel free to contact me using the email that I used to sign up on this site.
I can't see people's emails from here.
I was shooting from a box of "old 55" today and was wondering if you really wanted the film clips? Beautiful stuff. Can't wait for the "new 55".
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