With modern technology - I would have thought it possible to put all the
electronics in a film canister with a film thin sensor maybe fixed iso or
switchable, capture only raw image storage and battery for maybe 100 shots and
then no camera modifications are needed - processing can all be done out of
camera - just literally make a direct replacement for 35mm film canister
With best regards
> On 28 Jan 2023, at 10:20, Piers Hemy <piers@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> It's not exactly new, Bob, having featured on Kickstarter a couple of years
> ago, when I took a look. It's a solution in search of a problem, in my
> But the backs of OM-1, 2, 3, 4 are all easily removable.
>> On Fri, 27 Jan 2023, 20:57 Bob Benson, <bob.benson91@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Does anyone have experience with this, with an OM ?
>> It apparently is a 16mb sensor, sized for the 35mm frame (roughly.)
>> Things I don't know:
>> 1. effective ISO ?
>> 2. I assume it doesn't drive any autofocus or exposure metering "off the
>> film" So it'd probably be all manual ? But maybe the OM is smart
>> enough ?
>> 3. Whether the back on OM's (e.g., 1, 2, 2s, 3, 4) come off.
>> So mainly it'd be a platform for legacy lenses and a different sensor.
>> Bob Benson
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