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Horizon 202 with Ilford HP5+

by Keith.

I took a second run at developing my own film. Since only changing one variable (the film used) wasn’t enough, I went ahead and switched up the camera, too. This camera is a crazy Russian camera called the Horizon 202. It’s a 35mm “swing lens” panoramic camera. Check out this video below to see what I mean by “swing lens”:

What interests me most about this camera is that the whole frame is not exposed in the same moment. On the slowest setting, the left side of the frame is exposed about 3 seconds before the right side. You’ll see some of those results below. The max shutter speed in 250th of a second, which makes using this camera a little difficult in broad daylight.

The film was Ilford HP5+ developed in D-76 at 70 degrees for 9 minutes.

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Triple exposure fireworks action // chaos
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Interlude

Some nighttime action!
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Bonus! Vertical Pano!
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