5 Frames… From the Poundland XPan (35mm / EI 200-ish / Halina Panorama & Truprint 200) – by Tom Rayfield

5 Frames… From the Poundland XPan (35mm / EI 200-ish / Halina Panorama & Truprint 200) – by Tom Rayfield

There are already other reviews of the Halina Panorama (also goes by the names of Ansco Pix Panorama, Revue Panorama, Hanimex Panorama, Arico Panorama CL-168 and Suntone MM350) online. Essentially, it is a focus-free, 35mm point and shoot camera with a fixed mask that makes “panoramic” images that are 13x36mm, rather than the conventional 24x36mm. The advantage of this is that unlike actual panoramic cameras, such as the Hasselblad XPan, this one allows you to get more images to a roll, whilst still obtaining the cinematic look that can be had with the aspect ratio.

Continue reading 5 Frames… From the Poundland XPan (35mm / EI 200-ish / Halina Panorama & Truprint 200) – by Tom Rayfield at EMULSIVE.

There are already other reviews of the Halina Panorama (also goes by the names of Ansco Pix Panorama, Revue Panorama, Hanimex Panorama, Arico Panorama CL-168 and Suntone MM350) online. Essentially, it is a focus-free, 35mm point and shoot camera with a fixed mask that makes “panoramic” images that are 13x36mm, rather than the conventional 24x36mm. The advantage of this is that unlike actual panoramic cameras, such as the Hasselblad XPan, this one allows you to get more images to a roll, whilst still obtaining the cinematic look that can be had with the aspect ratio.
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