If you read about http://www.realphotographersforum.com/general-discussion/10308-my-trip-focus-2013-a.html you will know that I bought a Harman Titan off the Harman Ilford stand. I have been interested in this camera since focus 2012 where we met the guy who designed it Mike Walker (http://walkercameras.com/pinhole_cameras.html). After speaking to Mike I left the stand even more set on the idea that I was going to have a good go a large format photography then look toward buying one of these. Well, in the year between the two shows I did have a go at LF photography, but for one reason or another only shot two photos with a camera I borrowed... And I've still not developed them! A year on, 5 minutes at the Ilford stand and I had talked my self into buying one ... I basically couldn't help my self! Mike spent quite a long time talking us through the process he uses to make the pin hole, and all the other considerations that went into making the thing. Fascinating it was, even if most of it went over my head ... and thats him talking about a camera that comprises of a plastic cone, acid cut pin hole and a bit for holding the LF film holder. Here it is: Harman Titan by Hamish_Gill, on Flickr the side on profile shows just how small it is Harman Titan by Hamish_Gill, on Flickr the pin hole Harman Titan by Hamish_Gill, on Flickr Harman Titan by Hamish_Gill, on Flickr The pin hole is a f/206 with a 72mm focal length cone (35mm equiv to around 20mm I think). You take a photo by removing the dark slide in the film holder and taking the cap off ... simple as that! The is no way to frame the photo with the camera as standard other than pointing it in the right direction and crossing your fingers. It does have two spirit levels and two tripod threads as well as a shoe for mounting a viewfinder (I guess) though so there is help. Im going to use my iphone which wont cover the full frame, but balanced on top will give me a good idea. I have also downloaded the Pinhole Assist app https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/pinhole-assist/id466757473?mt=8 for the iphone which has a setting for the f/206 aperture as well as reciprocity compensation for delta 100 film ... So, I'm all set! Ive just loaded a couple of sheets of film using Pete's guide on http://www.realphotographersforum.com/film-conventional-cameras/4311-loading-5-x4-film-holder.html My chemicals also turned up today... Just got to get my arse out the house tomorrow and take some photos!