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Alfie Cameras Update: Kickstarter Campaign Goes Live at The Photography Show

A very exciting update for Alfie Cameras fans, the Kickstarter campaign for the Tych half-frame camera is launching at the Photography Show today!

If this is the first time you’ve heard of Alfie Cameras, read the previous article published here on 35MMC for an in-depth background. In short, Alfie Cameras is a fresh camera company created by Dave Faulkner who has been working tirelessly to create a brand-new film camera. The camera is half-frame which means it allows photographers to shoot 72 frames on a 36 exposure roll of 35mm film. It features multiple fun lenses, a near silent shutter, auto and manual modes, and a rechargeable USB battery. Dave has developed a beta prototype and has created a tester program for those wishing to take part in trialing the camera and providing feedback.

NEWS: AuRA Rotary Assist Film Developing Machine – Kickstarter Launch

AuRA Rotary Assist, a new solution for rotary processing has launched on Kickstarter by Viktor Falendysh, and I have to say this one has me pretty excited! I’ve spent many an hour browsing online for various old Jobo rotary processors only to be put off by the potential of breakage and the lack of parts to replace worn-out components. I also don’t have £3000 to drop on something like a new Jobo CPP3 – as mighty machines as they are, they can be a little lofty for budget users! So as always I slink back to my reliable yet tiresome manual tanks.

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