Intrepid Camera not only has a new logo and website design, they have also upgraded the entire range of large format cameras with new features. The company based in Brighton makes hand-assembled 4×5, 5×7, and 8×10 cameras and has brought them all into the next generation. As many of the features added were the same across the range, Intrepid made the decision to update them all at the same time.
Launching on November 15th is a new addition to the Intrepid Camera lineup: The 4×5 Hardwood. These cameras are premium editions of the Intrepid 4×5 cameras and will be available in cherry, walnut and mahogany, all with black bellows.
Intrepid cameras are more often made of plywood, but in the case of this new range, each camera is cut from a single piece of wood. The wood is then finished by sanding and varnishing by hand. The result of this are cameras that each have a unique grain.
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