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Insgesamt Leute waren von dem Spirit und dem Produkt angetan. Seitdem arbeitete das New55 Team an der Entwicklung und Produktion des New55 PN. New55 PN ein neuer, innovativer Sofortbildfilm New55 PN ist ein schwarzweiss 10,2x12,7cm (4x5") Positiv-Negativ Sofortbildfilm, der ein Sofortne. Introducing the New55 Instant Film! Shoot high quality 4x5 instant photos that boast smooth grayscale effects and superb negative scanning and enlarging. «New55 Next Generation» Sofortbildfilm Labor & Manufaktur. Entgegen aller Prognosen gelang es der New55 Film Manufaktur – unter der. New55 Film hat ein neues Kickstarterprojekt aufgelegt, mit dem die Weiterentwicklung des New55 PN S/W-Sofortbildfilms finanziert werden.

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Damit macht sich das Kickstarter Projekt New55 FILM daran, einen 4×5″-​Sofortfilm nach dem Vorbild des nachgerade legendären Polaroid. Introducing the New55 Instant Film! Shoot high quality 4x5 instant photos that boast smooth grayscale effects and superb negative scanning and enlarging. «New55 Next Generation» Sofortbildfilm Labor & Manufaktur. Entgegen aller Prognosen gelang es der New55 Film Manufaktur – unter der.

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Inhalt 1. Das wäre mal besser zusammen geblieben, so versucht jetzt noch jemand das Rad neu zu erfinden. Für die meisten geht das Thema weit über das reine Fotografieren hinaus. Kategorie : Filmtyp. Ablehnen Alle akzeptieren Konfigurieren. Urs Tillmanns2. Ein wie wir finden sehr Eztrader Login Motto das einfach beschreibt warum sich unsere Kunden die Mühe machen auf Film zu fotografieren. Schauen Sie sich um, New55 haben die passende Fotochemie für jeden Bedarf. Zur Kategorie Hersteller. Bei Fotografen ist er vor allen Dingen für seine hervorragende Detailzeichnung, das aus der sehr niedrigen Filmempfindlichkeit resultierende feine Korn, und nicht zuletzt aufgrund des charakteristischen, von Bild zu Bild verschiedenen Randes sehr beliebt.

He quickly became one of the most important members of the team with an incredible experience and passion for not just electrical engineering, manufacturing, impossible challenges, start up adventures but also photography in all kind of formats.

Last but not least we want to mention the legendary 20x24Studio Team around John Reuter and Ted McLelland who also have joined this adventure and recently moved into the New55 building to join forces on this urgent matter.

This is crucial, as this team did not only rescue some essential pieces of instant film production equipment and chemicals from the Polaroid factory in , but also add an incredible amount of experience.

Together these outstanding people created a completely new chemical system that creates images of no other kind. A new, creative canvas as a more than promising magic starting point to re-define the future of analog instant photography in a very artistic and truly radical way.

Developing new approaches of how to capture moments and convert them into truly original light paintings — in this post digital area we are just about to enter.

Bob and his team invented, developed, built and assembled an outstanding setup of equipment and machinery. They sophisticatedly combined legendary high tech gear with hand built, out of the box special equipment for an incredibly and highly professional new, creative approach to start re-inventing and producing one of the most complicated products in the photographic industry.

Perfectly optimized and scaled for entering the production of the first New55 photographic materials. With just a tiny budget, the team has accomplished the production start of a high quality product, now ready to take the next steps and investments needed to — step by step — turn this manufactory in the new home of many more analog photography products.

This project is how it all started. In over 6 years packed with challenges and gallons of blood, sweat and tears, the New55 team turned an impossible dream into a real product.

New55 PN is most importantly the stunning proof-of-principle that a small dedicated start up company can make and sell an new instant peel apart film product.

This small limited edition sold out rather quickly. Do not think for a moment that anyone on our team thinks our job is anywhere close to completion.

In September we will be making an important announcement about New55 and what we have learned so far, and what will need to be done in the future to make peel apart instant photography a vital and ongoing industry and art form.

Motivated by the ill-advised decision of the Fujifilm management to shut down the world's last film production for the legendary Type packfilm, the New55 team takes on the challenge to re-invent and re-introduce this iconic material.

Essential for opening the magic instant peel apart film materials for the world's smaller sized handheld cameras.

We just entered the very first stage of this super complex matter and plan to announce the promising details and our important strategic partners within the very next weeks.

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Let's begin with the introduction of the New 55 core team members:. New55 PN Status: Mission completed. Product available NOW This project is how it all started.

Charles Fendrock has designed a process for hand-making pods that is yielding reliable and robust components. The Receiver Sheet is the special proprietary print paper that captures the transferred, unused silver from the negative.

Only we know what is in it and how it is made. In May we discovered that a good sized lot of negatives were not working for people.

A good many of the PN shipments since January have thus given poor results: a black or deep gray print with a very thin or even clear negative.

If users can capture examples with their phones of any of such failures, I am happy to replace these during the Summer. This represents a set-back but diagnosing bad or divergent components is something we also need to eventually learn and master in the regular course of manufacturing.

Anyway, the solution is in hand now we have a replacement speed negative source , and the forced review of materials has even evoked discoveries that could lead to a New55 PN or version that would be useful to photographers who depend on faster capture and an even smoother negative than the Original PN Given what we know about positive-negative image development and transfer, about the difficulties of it and the barriers to competition, we recognize that we have an opportunity to grow a small manufacturing business doing something that no one else does.

These are small sub-niches, indeed; but they are artistically important for the future of Photography. This alone is interesting from a business perspective.

Running and scaling a small manufacturing company with the special protections provided by a monopoly niche reduces operating and financial risk.

The other risk-reducer, something more purely external, is the strong positive importance to humans of the instant photographic print in the Post-Digital Era.

May I summarize the three 3 significant improvements due on the pos-neg that occupied my waking and dreaming hours throughout calendar ?

First, there was a new Stop design added to the Sleeve. This new Stop will not come into assemblies until mid, if we are both clever and lucky enough to issue a confident, large order of fresh Sleeves in 2Q.

Third, there is now an incremental adjustment to the Tongue Assembly that prevents an occasional Sleeve-hang after exposure, and the improvement adds an unexpected — however slight — benefit to film-packet internal support for assembly, travel, handling and exposure.

It is now mid-January, , and the limited number of pos-neg assemblies coming through my hands for your use will have changes 2 and 3 on board.

In accord with a company reorganization plan which I am prohibited from discussing , I request the benefit of your immediate feedback on the pos-neg supplies you shoot from these runs.

How is the film packet handling? How are the spreads? How does the print look? Smartphone pix of your processed pos-neg output emailed to hiser famousformat.

I need to keep talking to make room for all the visual aids on a large screen. Your patience with my lagging shipments since September has enabled us to put through the Tongue tweak and also attend to the needed corporate housekeeping that places the project in a position to try to scale again.

We are now comfortably able to make pods per day using common tools that we have modified for use. Once staffed, this handy rate translates to boxes of New55 PN per week — 16 cases altogether per month — probably not enough to satisfy the known demand if the film packet performance meets our quality specs.

Pictured left Charles has made 50 of the nicest looking, smoothest functioning pods we have ever seen. They deploy evenly and fully to give perfect spreads and are a dream to pull with ease through the holder.

Surely, by now, we are intimate with that fine line between clever and stupid. Unfortunately, this stroke in itself provides not quite enough juice to relaunch the company.

During that time some incremental improvements to the Sleeve and Tongue Assembly are likely; and from there we can look into some bulk component purchases and line up fresh quotes on a promising new paper for the base of the Receiver Sheet.

Who wants to partner with these two characters, pictured right? With the hard-won command of our print paper coating process and a new plan for immediate high-quality pod production — a NEW New55 FILM entity can move forward.

To produce pods in-house means that two separate processes need to come together under careful control: first, reagent manufacture, second, pod production assembly and sealing.

Test results confirm our confidence and, even more exciting, they have been successful! Early test reagent mixes were too thin and later mixes too thick; through iteration we learned that it is possible to control the Spread of the reagent see image left by adjusting viscosity and fill.

These discoveries are additional reasons why our control of the reagent and pod manufacture is so critical.

Freedom to experiment is hindered when critical components and processes are out of our control. During this important phase of development, our ability to control all aspects of the reagent and pod production are necessary to ensure that we can test all possible permutations of pod design.

If you have thoughts on the above, feel free to contribute to the comments section below and join our Mailing List to keep abreast of any announcements.

We quit because of supply. The reason was that, six months earlier, our maker of pods stopped selling them to us. This devastating supply-chain rupture had occurred in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign to fund quality improvements to the New55 PN film packet system, and at the time we felt the pods were the most secure of our many supply lines.

By Christmas, the market for New55 PN had remained strong — we always sold everything we made. But without the supply of a key functional part and no alternative vendor, there was no going on.

New55 Zubehör Kunden kauften auch Kunden haben sich ebenfalls angesehen. Alle Cookies annehmen. Auch die Generationen Beste Spielothek in VilssГ¶hl finden uns werden die Möglichkeit haben, diese einzigartigen, fantastischen Fotos zu machen, die man nur mit analoger Fotografie Beste Spielothek in SГјggerath finden kann. Diese Website benutzt Cookies, die für den technischen Betrieb der Website erforderlich sind und stets gesetzt werden. New55 finden Sie passendes Equipment für den nächsten Foto-Walk oder das eigene Studio, viele verschiedene Marken-Filter mit hochwertigen Vergütungen, alles rund um das Thema Kamerareinigung und viel nützliches Zubehör. Angefangen bei preisgünstigen Negativlaborsets für Einsteiger bis hin zur handgefertigten Trockenpresse die ihres gleichen sucht — in unserer Rubrik Labor sollten keine New55 offen bleiben.

He quickly became one of the most important members of the team with an incredible experience and passion for not just electrical engineering, manufacturing, impossible challenges, start up adventures but also photography in all kind of formats.

Last but not least we want to mention the legendary 20x24Studio Team around John Reuter and Ted McLelland who also have joined this adventure and recently moved into the New55 building to join forces on this urgent matter.

This is crucial, as this team did not only rescue some essential pieces of instant film production equipment and chemicals from the Polaroid factory in , but also add an incredible amount of experience.

Together these outstanding people created a completely new chemical system that creates images of no other kind. A new, creative canvas as a more than promising magic starting point to re-define the future of analog instant photography in a very artistic and truly radical way.

Developing new approaches of how to capture moments and convert them into truly original light paintings — in this post digital area we are just about to enter.

Bob and his team invented, developed, built and assembled an outstanding setup of equipment and machinery. They sophisticatedly combined legendary high tech gear with hand built, out of the box special equipment for an incredibly and highly professional new, creative approach to start re-inventing and producing one of the most complicated products in the photographic industry.

Perfectly optimized and scaled for entering the production of the first New55 photographic materials. With just a tiny budget, the team has accomplished the production start of a high quality product, now ready to take the next steps and investments needed to — step by step — turn this manufactory in the new home of many more analog photography products.

This project is how it all started. In over 6 years packed with challenges and gallons of blood, sweat and tears, the New55 team turned an impossible dream into a real product.

New55 PN is most importantly the stunning proof-of-principle that a small dedicated start up company can make and sell an new instant peel apart film product.

This small limited edition sold out rather quickly. Do not think for a moment that anyone on our team thinks our job is anywhere close to completion.

Invented a hand assembly system that is fast, convenient and requires no darkroom. Two assemblers produced over 60, units of instant film!

Developed a peelapart color system using a negative taken from integral films and showed excellent results that could lead to color large format instant prints.

Invented a new instant color system that could obviate products produced by Fujifilm, Kodak and others if developed and commercialized.

Built a high performance coating system out of surplus parts that exceeded results from expensive commercial coaters. Followed that and quickly achieved a good print using simple equipment made by the team.

Proposed a practical packfilm replacement system project that was kept internally. Ran active twitter, facebook and instagram pages.

Ran the New55 blog which will be left up so that historians can revisit the project. Assembled an impressive and new intellectual property portfolio that details processes that are greener, use much less toxic materials, lower waste and contribute to sustainability of analog photo materials.

Got to the bottom of the market size and shares owned by the larger film companies and shared this intel with our allies. Balanced the print and the negative!

Users will know what this means! Discovered the invention of the instant photograph process in a surprising place; The wonderful German scientist Edith Weyde who invented the instant photo process used today and serves as a role model to many, and began the restoration of a truthful and accurate account of the history of instant photography away from corporate fingers and marketing campaigns.

Of this last discovery, Crowley said, the team is actually most proud, as it seems timely and right that this important inventor is finally getting the recognition she deserves.

There's a lot there. We've just put it all in a box for now. New55 FILM has been in production for over a year and a half, and during that time we have refined some of the processes that make the print better, and the chemical pod is much better too, with the last run yielding well over excellent pods.

We are grateful to supporters and new users of New55 who, like us, are dedicated to the art of large format instant photography. Now it is time to invest in some tools and materials to further improve the overall quality and reliability of the film packet.

Third, there is now an incremental adjustment to the Tongue Assembly that prevents an occasional Sleeve-hang after exposure, and the improvement adds an unexpected — however slight — benefit to film-packet internal support for assembly, travel, handling and exposure.

It is now mid-January, , and the limited number of pos-neg assemblies coming through my hands for your use will have changes 2 and 3 on board.

In accord with a company reorganization plan which I am prohibited from discussing , I request the benefit of your immediate feedback on the pos-neg supplies you shoot from these runs.

How is the film packet handling? How are the spreads? How does the print look? Smartphone pix of your processed pos-neg output emailed to hiser famousformat.

I need to keep talking to make room for all the visual aids on a large screen. Your patience with my lagging shipments since September has enabled us to put through the Tongue tweak and also attend to the needed corporate housekeeping that places the project in a position to try to scale again.

We are now comfortably able to make pods per day using common tools that we have modified for use. Once staffed, this handy rate translates to boxes of New55 PN per week — 16 cases altogether per month — probably not enough to satisfy the known demand if the film packet performance meets our quality specs.

Pictured left Charles has made 50 of the nicest looking, smoothest functioning pods we have ever seen. They deploy evenly and fully to give perfect spreads and are a dream to pull with ease through the holder.

Surely, by now, we are intimate with that fine line between clever and stupid. Unfortunately, this stroke in itself provides not quite enough juice to relaunch the company.

During that time some incremental improvements to the Sleeve and Tongue Assembly are likely; and from there we can look into some bulk component purchases and line up fresh quotes on a promising new paper for the base of the Receiver Sheet.

Who wants to partner with these two characters, pictured right? With the hard-won command of our print paper coating process and a new plan for immediate high-quality pod production — a NEW New55 FILM entity can move forward.

To produce pods in-house means that two separate processes need to come together under careful control: first, reagent manufacture, second, pod production assembly and sealing.

Test results confirm our confidence and, even more exciting, they have been successful! Early test reagent mixes were too thin and later mixes too thick; through iteration we learned that it is possible to control the Spread of the reagent see image left by adjusting viscosity and fill.

These discoveries are additional reasons why our control of the reagent and pod manufacture is so critical. Freedom to experiment is hindered when critical components and processes are out of our control.

During this important phase of development, our ability to control all aspects of the reagent and pod production are necessary to ensure that we can test all possible permutations of pod design.

If you have thoughts on the above, feel free to contribute to the comments section below and join our Mailing List to keep abreast of any announcements.

We quit because of supply. The reason was that, six months earlier, our maker of pods stopped selling them to us.

This devastating supply-chain rupture had occurred in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign to fund quality improvements to the New55 PN film packet system, and at the time we felt the pods were the most secure of our many supply lines.

By Christmas, the market for New55 PN had remained strong — we always sold everything we made. But without the supply of a key functional part and no alternative vendor, there was no going on.

As if to rub salt in the wound, we were near cash-breakeven.

Of this last discovery, Crowley said, New55 team is actually most proud, as it seems timely and right that this important inventor is finally getting the Royal Girls she deserves. This alone is interesting from a business perspective. And doc's visit to GlueckГџpirale.De small magic universe in Ashland and his first test shots with their proudly New55 manufactured New55 4x5 inch black and white Twitch Layouts film really changed New55 world and recharged hope. The advice in a nutshell was that a new manufacturer of instant photographic film — even a niche-monopoly like New55 PN with good IP — might look for investors, maybe Beste Spielothek in Maasen finden, perhapsin Siberia where digital cameras are Beste Spielothek in Halzemich finden not to work … or stick with Kickstarter. We possess the chemical components and reliable sources for each. Never before has this been done except by a few who reclaimed "Fujinegs". Let's begin with the introduction of the GlГјckstaumel 55 core team members:. But let's not wait until the last minute to S ave Instant Color Peelapart Film before it is lost forever. The reason was that, six months earlier, our maker of pods stopped selling them to us. Smartphone pix Ark Bilder your processed pos-neg output emailed to hiser famousformat.

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New55 R5 Monobath (Episode 6) Das Projekt New55 FILM ist Eingriff in die Entwicklung einer neuen Version des Typs 55 Positiv-Negativ-4x5 Sofortbildfilm. Siehe auch[Bearbeiten | Quelltext. Ich verkaufe 7 Stück vom «New55 PN », ein 4×5 Schwarzweiss Positiv-​Negativ Film für Grossformat Kamera. Die Filme sind mit Halter. New55 PN – The Clip Tip-Tap Tip. New55 PN – The Parts (of the Packet System). David Vonk's – New55 PN – Making the Pod. More videos available in. Damit macht sich das Kickstarter Projekt New55 FILM daran, einen 4×5″-​Sofortfilm nach dem Vorbild des nachgerade legendären Polaroid. New55 Film ein wirklich interessantes Kickstarter Projekt, für einen neuen 4x5 Film (Positiv & Negativ) läuft noch 5 Tage. Knapp 3/4 der gebrauchten.

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