Issue: 19820801

Sunday, August 1, 1982
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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Pentax Corporation: Pentax ME-F
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Pentax Corporation
Pentax ME-F
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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Masthead
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0004.xml
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Berkey Marketing Companies: Omega C760
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Berkey Marketing Companies
Omega C760
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0005.xml
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4,5
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Canon USA, Inc.: New F-1
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Canon USA, Inc.
New F-1
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0006.xml
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Another 110 view
Correction
Overlooked guru
Farber Award Medal
The formulas, please!
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I recently purchased my first copy of POP PHOTO (April issue) and read Kenneth Poli’s “Critical Focus” column on 110 slides. I thought I should add one more feature of these slides, which has made them very valuable to me— their size. With a little cutting, they fit nicely into the View-Master stereo reel mounts which are available from GAF Corp.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0007.xml
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Canon USA, Inc.: Canon A-1
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Canon USA, Inc.
Canon A-1
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0008.xml
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EDITORIAL
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Airport X-Ray Update
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Arthur Goldsmith
We photographers, amateurs as well as professionals, tend to be paranoid about our films. Maybe it’s a sign of insecurity because we achieve our results by pushing a button, but we never rest easy until the developed negatives or slides are safely in hand.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0009.xml
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Minolta Corporation: Cokin Creative Filter System
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Minolta Corporation
Cokin Creative Filter System
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0010.xml
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Nikon Inc.: Nikon FG
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Nikon Inc.
Nikon FG
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0011.xml
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MSI/Heritage Color Lab
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MSI/Heritage Color Lab
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0012.xml
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TRAVELER’S CAMERA
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The People’s Republic of China, now open to tourists, provides a wide variety of photo subjects
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Carl Purcell
My earliest visual impressions of China were from a set of blue willow-ware plates which my mother used for family dinners on Sunday. The plates portrayed fanciful, stylized pagodas, gnarled trees, and a small garden bridge with three figures crossing.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0013.xml
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Nikon Inc.: The Nikon FE
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Nikon Inc.
The Nikon FE
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0014.xml
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SHOPTALK
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Perspective is easy to control; it’s a matter of knowing the angles
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Norman Goldberg
Working with a new model, I used the opportunity to check out some new equipment, as well as some older cameras I hadn’t touched for years. Looking at the results, I was bothered by the difference between the shots I made with some “snapshot” cameras versus those made with a more serious 35-mm SLR.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0015.xml
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Nikon Inc.: Wide Angle Nikkor 35mm f1.4
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Nikon Inc.
Wide Angle Nikkor 35mm f1.4
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0016.xml
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Eastman Kodak Company: KODACOLOR II FILM
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Eastman Kodak Company
KODACOLOR II FILM
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0017.xml
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ReD TaG PHOTO: SUPERFILM 5247
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ReD TaG PHOTO
SUPERFILM 5247
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0018.xml
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TIME EXPOSURE
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Growing library of reference works is making camera research easier
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Eaton S. Lothrop
The two cameras shown in the illustration below are good samples of single-lens reflex types produced around the turn of the century, as well as examples of the fine hand craftmanship found in many antique cameras. The ‘N.&G.' Reflex, on the left, was made by the firm of Newman and Guardia, London, around 1902.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0019.xml
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Vivitar Corporation: The75-410mm System
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Vivitar Corporation
The75-410mm System
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0020.xml
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Vivitar Corporation: The 3500 Dedicated Flash
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Vivitar Corporation
The 3500 Dedicated Flash
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0021.xml
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Advertisements
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ZIFF-DAVIS PUBLISHING CO.
20-unit 12" record case
ZIFF-DAVIS PUBLISHING CO.
6-unit 7" reel case
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0022.xml
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Ploneer & Company: Military-Marine Binocular
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Ploneer & Company
Military-Marine Binocular
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0023.xml
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Vivitar Corporation: The f2.8 28-85mm
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Vivitar Corporation
The f2.8 28-85mm
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0024.xml
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Berkey Marketing Companies: SLIKALLOY S-75
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Berkey Marketing Companies
SLIKALLOY S-75
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0025.xml
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W. Carsen Co. Ltd.: OLYMPUS OM SYSTEM
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W. Carsen Co. Ltd.
OLYMPUS OM SYSTEM
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0026.xml
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Jet Color Lab
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Jet Color Lab
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0027.xml
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BOOKS
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Eastman Kodak’s Workshop Series covers a variety of topics of interest to pros and amateurs
BOOKS IN BRIEF
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Elinor H. Stecker
Eastman Kodak’s new Workshop Series is being introduced with six books, each devoted to the fundamentals of one aspect of photography. The books are softcover, 8½×11 in., and gloriously illustrated. You’ll be able to get them for $8.95 each at your photo store or directly from Eastman Kodak, 343 State St., Rochester, N.Y. 14650.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0028.xml
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OLYMPUS: OM-10FC Quartz
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OLYMPUS
OM-10FC Quartz
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0029.xml
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THE COLOR DARKROOM
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I processed color-slide films using four different processing kits and found that they’re really different
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Larry Sribnick
It isn’t at all difficult to process your own color slides. You don’t need sophisticated equipment and if you now process your own b&w film, you already have everything you need. The process is called E-6, and it can be used to process all E-6-compatible films such as Kodak’s line of Ektachromes as well as films from Fuji, 3M, and Agfa, to name just three.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0030.xml
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OLYMPUS: T-SERIES FLASH
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OLYMPUS
T-SERIES FLASH
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HELP!
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HELP!
Bubble trouble
That important f-stop
Vibes in the dark
An uneven result
Summer shelf life of HC110
Cooling a projector lamp
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I have recently completed my new darkroom, using new CPVC plastic plumbing. But when I fill a clean bucket with my newly piped water, I get cloudy, bubble-filled water with a foam-like residue on the surface. My water is highly filtered. What is happening?
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0032.xml
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Kiron Corporation: Match Mate
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Kiron Corporation
Match Mate
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0033.xml
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IDENTICOLOR LABORATORY, INC.: NEW 5293
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IDENTICOLOR LABORATORY, INC.
NEW 5293
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0034.xml
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VIDEO/MOVIE METHODS
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Nam June Paik: Video pioneer upsets reality
BOOKS IN BRIEF
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Leendert Drukker
This spring brought large doses of Nam June Paik, the pioneering video artist, to the New York metropolitan area. The Whitney Museum of American Art presented an elaborate display of his works, and WNET/Thirteen, the Public Service channel, concurrently ran a seven-week retrospective “Paik on the Air.”
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0035.xml
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Kiron Corporation: MC7 2X
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Kiron Corporation
MC7 2X
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0036.xml
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FIRST LOOK
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VIVITAR INSTANT SLIDE PRINTER
It prints your slides in about a minute and without a darkroom
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Norman Rothschild
It’s easy to get good 3¼×4¼ Polacolor prints from slides with the Vivitar Instant Slide Printer. It requires these very simple steps: Load the printer with Polaroid Polacolor ER Land Pack Film, Type 669. Turn the unit on. Place a slide on the lighted composition-selector panel.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0037.xml
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY: Camel
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Camel
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0038.xml
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TOOLS & TECHNIQUES
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Want a fresh look in your summer b&w prints? Try solarization for strange, striking effects
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Cora Wright Kennedy
The longer I teach photography, the more I realize that many black-andwhite printers are fascinated by the effect that is popularly called solarization, and more accurately known as the Sabattier effect. It is characterized by partial reversal of the black-and-white tones, plus the presence of white or light-gray Mackie lines, which show up at the junction between some light and dark areas.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0039.xml
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0040.xml
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COLORMAX CORPORATION
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COLORMAX CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0041.xml
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Advertisements
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STO-FEN PRODUCTS
SUNPAK 411
STO-FEN PRODUCTS
CANON 199A
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0042.xml
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MARKETS & CAREERS
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We all know pictures can lie; responsible photographers and editors are the key to credibility
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Howard Chapnick
Three times in the last year, public apologies for dishonest journalism have been made by leading newspapers. First it was The Washington Post for Janet Cooke’s Pulitzer Prize-winning article on a nonexistent nine-year-old heroin addict.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0043.xml
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Eastman Kodak Company: Kodak Ektaflex PCT
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Eastman Kodak Company
Kodak Ektaflex PCT
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0044.xml
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Calumet PHOTOGRAPHIC INC.: SCII 4×5
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Calumet PHOTOGRAPHIC INC.
SCII 4×5
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0045.xml
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Calumet PHOTOGRAPHIC INC.: Calumet 4"×5"
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Calumet PHOTOGRAPHIC INC.
Calumet 4"×5"
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0046.xml
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Konica Corporation: Konica FS-1
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Konica Corporation
Konica FS-1
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0047.xml
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THE LAB
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THE LAB
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0048.xml
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DURACELL: DURACELL batteries
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DURACELL
DURACELL batteries
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0049.xml
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SHOWS WE’VE SEEN
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Images of life in Florida and America’s pre-WW II Upper Crust, by a master of irony and humor: Joe Steinmetz
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Natalie Canavor
The question of what subjects are “suitable” for photography has been around as long as the camera; but looking back, we can see that each generation answers the question in its own way, addressing its own concerns and viewpoint. Nineteenth-century photographers, broadly speaking, chose people and landscapes.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0050.xml
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Advertisements
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Marlbro Red
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Longhorn 100's
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0051.xml
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DALE LAbORATORiES
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DALE LAbORATORiES
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0052.xml
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Eastman Kodak Company: Kodak Magnaprint 35
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Eastman Kodak Company
Kodak Magnaprint 35
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0053.xml
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Popular Photography Book Club
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Popular Photography Book Club
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0054.xml
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EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0055.xml
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Eastman Kodak Company: Carousel projectors
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Eastman Kodak Company
Carousel projectors
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0056.xml
review
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JUST OUT
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JUST OUT
Cameras
Lenses
Camera accessories
Lighting equipment
Darkroom equipment
Video
Books, booklets, catalogs, etc.
Miscellaneous
Vivitar Corp.
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Vivitar Corp.
Vivitar EF 35
$70
The compact Vivitar EF 35 is designed for the casual photographer who does not want to make crucial decisions. Its fixed-focus 38-mm Vivitar f/5.6 lens and 1/150-sec shutter speed is stated to provide sharp images from five ft. to infinity. Using the ASA 100/ASA 400 switch along with the built-in, pop-out, off-center electronic flash, the lens closes down to f/8 or f/11. A red LED indicates need for flash; a green LED indicates flash is ready. Easy-load system has positive hook on film take-up spool, and film counter advances only when film is loaded properly. Flash is powered by two AA cells. Encapsulated body protects lens and locks both shutter and flash button. Price, $70. MFR.: Vivitar Corp., P.O. Box 2100, Santa Monica, Ca. 90406.
Vivitar Corp.
Alpa 11si gold
$4,995
Alpa 11si gold, a special 40th-anniversary model with 10-micron-thick, 18K gold plate and brown “lizard” cover, is limited to 750 individually numbered cameras. With a 50-mm Kern Macro Switar f/1.9 lens and packed in a presentation box, price is $4,995. DIST.: Karl Heitz Inc., 979 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022.
Vivitar Corp.
Lynx 20→60×60-mm spotting scope
$795
Used with a #841 PA adapter and Tmount, the #840 Lynx 20→60×60-mm spotting scope can be used as a zoom tele on 35-mm SLRs. It has a catadioptric system of 18 lens elements in nine groups, including two silver-coated mirrors, weighs two lb., 10 oz., is 11⅞ in. long, and is priced at $795; adapter, $16. MFR.: Swift Instruments, Inc., 925 Dorchester Ave., Boston, Ma. 02125.
Vivitar Corp.
Nikkor f/2.5 medium-telephoto lens
$271
Incorporating a built-in, telescopic hood that will slide over most 52-mm screw-in filters to protect against flare, the compact 105-mm Nikkor f/2.5 medium-telephoto lens was designed for use in general-purpose photojournalism and nature photography. For Nikon AI and non-AI cameras, it focuses to 3.3 ft., stops down to f/22, weighs just over 15 oz., measures 2.5×3.1 in., and has color-coded depthof-field indicators. Price, $271. DIST.: Nikon Inc., 623 Stewart Ave., Garden City, N.Y. 11530.
Vivitar Corp.
CPC Macro Multiplier
$120
CPC Macro Multiplier combines a sixelement multicoated, automatic 2X teleconverter with the capabilities of an automatic extension tube. Available in sizes to fit most popular 35-mm SLRs, price is $120. CPC Phase 2 SLR Starter Pak, designed to promote care and maintenance of cameras, lenses, and accessories, consists of a skylight filter, sun shade, camera strap, lens-cap keeper, lens-cleaning tissue, silicone cloth, blower brush, and care manual. Price, $40 in 49-, 52-, and 55-mm sizes. MFR.: Combined Products Corp., 125 Pleasant Ave., Upper Saddle River, N.J. 07458.
Vivitar Corp.
Vivitar 1800
$24
Three Vivitar electronic-flash units, reported on in our PMA ’82 show report (p. 120, May 1982 issue), are now available. Prices are: Vivitar 1800, $24; Vivitar 2600, $38; and Vivitar 2800, $60. MFR.: Vivitar Corp., P.O. Box 2100, Santa Monica, Ca. 90406.
Vivitar Corp.
Spiratone Macro-Light System
$39.95
Spiratone Macro-Light System consists of an “Every-Which-Way-Bracket” that places a hot-shoe miniflash in almost any conceivable position within a 9-in. radius of the camera’s accessory shoe. Swivel mounts at each end provide positioning control, while ratcheted locking joints provide secure and stable extension. Flash has a guide number of 20 for ASA 25 film, weighs 4½ oz., and operates on one AAA cell. Price, less battery, $39.95; bracket alone, $29.95. They’re available in Spiratone’s N.Y.C. stores or from Spiratone, Inc., 135-06 Northern Blvd., Flushing, N.Y. 11354.
Vivitar Corp.
Metz Reflector Screen 5417
$52.95
Metz Reflector Screen 5417 fits all models of Metz 45 and 60 CT electronic-flash units to provide soft directed light to relieve heavy shadows. Unit consists of a slip-on holder and 8×10-in. white screen. Price, $52.95. DIST.: Bogen Photo Corp., 100 S. Van Brunt St., Englewood, N.J. 07631.
Vivitar Corp.
Shepherd XE-88 Flash Meter
$89
Shepherd XE-88 Flash Meter, of silicon phototransistor design, reads incident, reflected, and fill-in flash. Its LED display scale allows for fast f-stop conversions. Price, with case and lanyard, $89; accessory 15-ft. remote PC cord, $9.95. DIST.: Smith-Victor Sales Corp., 301 N. Colfax, Griffith, In. 46319.
Vivitar Corp.
Spiratone 60MC Dichroic Head Color
$199.95
Spiratone 60MC Dichroic Head Color enlarger utilizes a 12-volt, 75-watt lamp with integral cold-mirror reflector powered by a transformer supply (included). Light from the lamp first passes through the 0-170 magenta, cyan, and yellow continuously variable dichroic filter system and is then channeled through the integrator and diffuser for even illumination at the film plane. Other features include: counterbalanced elevation system with head riding on an inclined, rigid, square beam; Leicathread lens mount; large focusing knob; 35-mm film-strip carrier that accepts mounted 35-mm slides; and removable head for conversion to a copy stand. Price, $199.95 less lamp and lens. A glass carrier with rangefinder focusing, and glassless carriers for 110, 6×6-cm, and 4.5×6-cm negatives are available. Full details from: Spiratone, Inc., 135-06 Northern Blvd., Flushing, N.Y. 11354.
Vivitar Corp.
Edwal Colorvir
$49.95
Mentioned briefly in our PMA ’82 show report, Edwal Colorvir (to add color to b&w prints) is now available. Besides toning and dyeing, other creative effects are possible: solarization, sulphurization, singleand multicolorization, etc. A demonstration is being given at most camera stores. Kit is priced at $49.95 and replacement components are available. MFR.: Falcon Safety Products, Inc., 1065 Bristol Rd., Mountainside, N.J. 07092.
Vivitar Corp.
Color Cem
$17
“No frills” comes to photography with the introduction of Color Cem, industrial-quality chemicals stated to take seven minutes to develop C-41-process films, and six minutes for tray-developing of Kodak Ektacolor-A and similar papers. Negative films can be overdeveloped to add contrast by as much as 1½ stops. The same stop bath, blix, and stabilizer are used for film and paper. Temperature control is not critical. One kit should process five 36-exposure rolls of film and 15 sheets of 8×10 paper. Price, $17; replenisher kit, $13.95 (plus $1.50 postage and handling). MFR.: Color Cem Inc., P.O. Box 4425, Waterbury, Ct. 06704.
Vivitar Corp.
Berg Color Tone
$7.95
Berg Color Tone, P.O. Box 16, East Amherst, N.Y. 14051, introduces two new toners for all silver-based b&w paper and film. Rapid RC Sepia Toning Solution is a two-bath process, taking about five minutes at room temperature. Toning is permanent, but reversible to original if desired. Concentrate to make one quart tones about 100 single-weight 8×10 prints. Shelf life of prepared solution is about six months. Golden Yellow Toning Solution is a single-bath type, converting prints or film to a golden yellow in 5-10 minutes, and a purer yellow if refixed, becoming silverless and permanent upon washing. Concentrate makes one quart to tone about 30 single-weight prints, and has a shelf life of up to three months. Either solution is priced at $7.95 for the quart size; gallon size, $23.95.
Vivitar Corp.
Fuji VHS Videocassette Super HG TC-20
Fuji VHS Videocassette Super HG TC-20 offers 20 minutes of recording time on a cassette ¼ the size of a standard VHS videocassette, for use with the recently introduced ultracompact videocassette recorders, or in existing systems by means of a VHS adapter. It is stated to have a +4 dB higher color and video S/N ratio for brighter and sharper pictures, while audio output has been improved +1 dB over Fuji’s Super HG videotape. Price will be announced shortly. MFR.: Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc., Magnetic Tape Div., 350 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y. 10118.
Vivitar Corp.
Quest VR2 Video Pro-Bag
$99.95
Unicolor Div., Photo Systems, Inc., 7200 W. Huron River Dr., Dexter, Mi. 48130, offers video cases made of insulated, waterproof, and shock-protected Parapac nylon. Quest VR2 Video Pro-Bag has a zippered, clam-shell opening for easy access to recorder controls, input jacks, and for loading tapes. Inner and outer pockets hold extra tapes, batteries, cables, etc. It can be worn fanny-pack style; shoulder harness is coupled to a quickrelease waist belt to stabilize the user for steady taping. Price, $99.95. Quest VL Video Recorder/Camera Pacs have a large center-storage area, an outside pocket for accessories, and are constructed the same as above. Prices start at $59.95.
Vivitar Corp.
1982 Summer Ritz Blitz catalog
1982 Summer Ritz Blitz catalog of cameras, video, and related equipment is free at all Ritz Camera Centers or upon request to: Ritz Camera, 11710 Baltimore Ave., Beltsville, Md. 20705.
Vivitar Corp.
Feed-Back
$14.95
Feed-Back is intended to help amateurto-pro photographers in the study and exploration of various exposure settings. Four spiral-bound sets of index cards (indicating aperture, shutter speed, film speed, and light/filters) form a permanent exposure record on a negative when placed, easel style, in a croppable portion of the scene being shot. Hundreds of combinations are possible. Price, $14.95. MFR.: Photo-Graphic Engineering, P.O. Box 73112, Metairie, La. 70033.
Vivitar Corp.
[no value]
Agfa-Gevaert announces that its new Agfachrome Processing Laboratory, P.O. Box 3500, Paramus, N.J. 07652, is in full operation. The lab is companyowned and -operated to maintain full control of color-slide quality. Slides are returned in plastic mounts, automatically dated and numbered. In addition to customer service at the company’s Teterboro headquarters, customer requests as far as processing, handling, and expediting are concerned will be handled in the Paramus lab.
Vivitar Corp.
Cullmann Touring Set
$119.95
Cullmann Touring Set, a five-part tripod combination set, steadies still and movie cameras in any situation. It consists of a lightweight tripod (30% nylon-fiberfilled ABS plastic), powerful suction pad, clamp, ground spike, and screw to secure a camera to almost any surface. Center column with ball-and-socket head is removable for use with the spike, screw, or clamp; head can be used with the suction cup, screw, or clamp; spike can be attached to bottom of column to provide stability on loose surfaces; etc. Price, $119.95. DIST.: Vivitar Corp., P.O. Box 2100, Santa Monica, Ca. 90406. Five other Cullman tripods, ranging in price from $59.95 to $149.95, and accessories are also being distributed by Vivitar.
Vivitar Corp.
Kwikstik monopod
$29.95
Kwikstik monopod supports video and other cameras. Height adjustment of heavy, telescoping round leg is by means of flip locks. Price, $29.95 with large rubber platform, rubber leg tip, hand grip, and wrist strap. MFR.; Acme-Lite Mfg. Co., 3401 Madison St., Skokie, Il. 60076.
Vivitar Corp.
Gitzo Mono
Karl Heitz, Inc., 979 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022, announces that Gitzo Mono (Weekend, Sport, Reporter) monopods are now supplied with soft rubber grips.
Vivitar Corp.
Two Smith-Victor Shepherd exposure meters
$32.95
Two Smith-Victor Shepherd exposure meters are introduced. Compact model AM 120 has a CdS cell, reads reflected light, and has high and low settings and battery check. Price, $32.95 with battery, case, and lanyard. Similar model AM 130 also reads incident light. Price, $36.95.
Vivitar Corp.
Smith-Victor PBS
$199.50
Smith-Victor PBS is a 12-volt, 5-ampere power-belt system for portable video cameras, recorders, lights, and other equipment requiring a 12-volt power supply. Recharge time of lead-acid cells is up to four hours off a 12-volt automotive power source or 16 hours off household current. Modules can be added for extended running times, and 2,000 cycles of use can be realized from a set of cells. Price of $199.50 includes power module, charger, charging and extension cord, and leather belt with brass buckle. MFR.: Smith-Victor Corp., 301 N. Colfax, Griffith, In. 46319
Vivitar Corp.
Photo-Saver
$8.95
Photo-Saver is a framing system stated to retard fading of color prints by means of an invisible, hermetic seal that filters out the most damaging wavelengths of light while keeping out oxygen and moisture. It is less than -AMP;AMP;#X00BC; in. thick, has an inner mat with hold-down corners to center the picture and keep it in place, and can be used by itself or substituted for the glass in a decorative outer frame. Sizes and prices are: 3½×5, $8.95; 5×7, $14.85 (both with acrylic easel); and 8×10, $19.75. All three are supplied with a wall hanger and a 50-year full warranty. MFR.: PermaColor Corp., 701 Parkway, Broomall, Pa. 19008.
Vivitar Corp.
[no value]
Fujicolor print-, Fujichrome slide-, and Fuji Single-8 movie films are now processed in Fuji’s own lab, located in Anaheim, Ca. The prepaid mailers can still be sent to Fuji’s authorized labs in New Jersey and Hawaii, which still remain in operation.
Vivitar Corp.
Nicasio Hard Case
$350
Nicasio Hard Case, of -AMP;AMP;#X00BC;-IN. plywood with lock-corner construction and covered with silicodized aluminum to withstand extreme heat temperatures and minimize chipping of black textured finish, opens in two equal parts to form a work surface. Veltrack partitions are adjustable. Lock can be changed to 1,000 combinations without the use of tools. Price, under $350. Optional accessories include: cassette wheels for transport or for use as a dolly; monopod/umbrella mount; and custom-size poles. More details from Nicasio Inc., 132-60 34th Ave., College Point, N.Y. 11354.
Vivitar Corp.
Scope-Stok Brace
$69.50
Scope-Stok Brace holds and permits the photographer to use and carry a camera like a rifle. Made of walnut, it has a cablerelease harness and is priced at $69.50, ppd, from Danley’s, P.O. Box 1-L, Ft. Johnson, N.Y. 12070.
Vivitar Corp.
Picture Show 360
$49.95
Picture Show 360, a rotary file, holds 320 4×6-in. prints in clear sleeves in less than one cubic foot of space, and is handcrafted of cherry wood. Price, $49.95 from Tim Waldo Productions, P.O. Box 111, Fremont, Mi. 49412.
Joseph P. Fesce
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55
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.: Winston
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston
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Advertisements
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Berkey Marketing Companies
35-70mm f2.8-4 High Speed, Standard Macro Zoom
Berkey Marketing Companies
75-250mm f4-5 High Power, Compact Macro Zoom
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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MULTILAB
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MULTILAB
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article
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58,60
INSTANT PHOTOGRAPHY
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Polaroid’s new 35 Autoprocess color-slide film offers distinctive tonality for art photography
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Don Leavitt
One of the most interesting new instant products announced this year by Polaroid is a very successful reworking of an old product which did not do so well. The new entry, Polaroid’s 35 Autoprocess Film, is a 35-mm color-slide film usable in any 35-mm camera.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0062.xml
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Popular Photography
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POSITIVE COLOR PROFESSIONAL LABORATORIES
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POSITIVE COLOR PROFESSIONAL LABORATORIES
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article
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LENS TEST GLOSSARY
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Aberrations: A flawlessly manufactured lens may still exhibit residual aberrations (image faults). Often, certain aberrations are permitted by the designer to minimize others felt to be more harmful to image quality. Astigmatism: Causes lines radial to the optical axis, and lines perpendicular to these, to focus in two different planes.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0066.xml
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61
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The J. C. Penney Company, Inc.: MCS cassette decks
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The J. C. Penney Company, Inc.
MCS cassette decks
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0067.xml
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63
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Advertisement: VANTAGE ULTRA LIGHTS
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VANTAGE ULTRA LIGHTS
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VANTAGE ULTRA LIGHTS
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66,68,119
POP PHOTO SNAPSHOTS
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News about people, products, and events
ASMP awards
Instant and on the beam
It’s been a lawn, lawn time
One we overlooked
Tops in taps
Philadelphia spirit
Blowup II
Ektaflex grows
Executive disorders
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Norman Schreiber
Susan Meiselas, whose unflinching coverage of El Salvador warfare has been so outstanding, was named Photojournalist of the Year, by the ASMP. We first met Susan on these pages when we talked about her then-new book, Carnival Strippers.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0070.xml
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67
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Minolta Corporation: X-700
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Minolta Corporation
X-700
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0071.xml
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69
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Minolta Corporation: MINOLTA LENSES
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Minolta Corporation
MINOLTA LENSES
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70
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AIC Photo, Inc.: SOLIGOR
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AIC Photo, Inc.
SOLIGOR
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article
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71,72,73,112,113
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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X-RAYTED
How safe—or unsafe—is airport X-ray screening of photographic film? Recent data indicate there’s no cause for panic but a need to be prudent
X-rays: what they are, and what they do to film
Low-level X-ray sensitivity of several photographic films and plates (moderately filtered 80 kV X-rays)
ASA color-film ratings don’t translate for X-rays
Land of the free and home of low-dosage airport X-ray screening
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[no value]
Bob Schwalberg
Airport X-ray screening of passenger baggage began to be a problem for photographers in the late 1960s, when acts of terrorism, including the “skyjacking” of in-flight aircraft, became an international problem. Until recently, we haven’t been able to obtain very much information on this subject that wasn’t either heavily biased or obviously incompetent.
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74,75,76,77,78,79,172
PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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OUTDOORS WITH ULTRAWIDES
See the world with perspectives that you never knew it had
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Boyd Norton
As a group, wide-angle, and especially ultrawide-angle lenses may be the most misunderstood, most misused and, so, often the most disappointing lenses for photographers. (Somewhat arbitrarily, I define ultrawide as being those lenses with a focal length shorter than 24-mm, or an angle of view of 85 degrees or greater.)
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80,81,110,114,115
PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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DIGITAL OIMENSIONS
Computers+cameras+creative artistry: a brave new medium?
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Natalie Canavor
"I'm a very nontechnical person,” says David Em in talking about his computergenerated images. “I'm a lousy mechanic, too, but I can drive a car just fine—computers are just tools I use.” Em, a 30-year old artist from Sierra Madre, Ca., has been interested in the fringe area where high technology meets art for some time.
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82,83,178
FIRST LOOK
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RODENSTOCK CREATIVE PRINTING
Latest word in enlarging optical systems allows wide range of special effects
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Larry Sribnick
Heart of the new Rodenstock Creative Effects System is the Rogonar-SC enlarging-lens design. Unlike conventional enlarging lenses that have sealed optical systems, the Rogonar-SC lenses have an opening that allows you to insert either the creative-effects modules or the light pickup for the CA 30 color analyzer.
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84,85,86,87,88,89,90,91,182
PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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THE DELIGHTS OF A QUIET EYE
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Kenneth Poli
In photography, as in many of the lively arts, the more flamboyant performers usually get the most attention. The masters of splashy technique, veiled meaning, and outrageous images are often the darlings of the museum and auction gallery worlds.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0078.xml
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PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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More Magnification from Your Macro Lens
You can go more macro with a conventional macro lens by using a supplementary lens, extension tube, or teleconverter. Here’s how
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Norman Rothschild
A macro lens is a wondrous thing. It allows you to make marvelously sharp pictures as large as life-size. So why would you want to fool around with it and add gadgets? I'm certain that your macro lens is one piece of equipment that gives you great happiness.
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PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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Which Camera Bag Is Right for You?
Here are specific tips for finding one that will suit you, your outfit, and your kind of photography
Types of bags: pros and cons
The inside story
Needlework
Bottom view
Hardware
Carrying by hand
Other ways of wearing gear
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Jack Neubart
Your camera may be able to catch a fleeting subject in a split-second—but does your equipment bag allow it? Whether you come suddenly upon a deer running in the woods, or are waiting patiently in a blind, your camera bag can make the difference between failure or success.
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100,186,192
PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
[no value]
How to Light for Video
Take control, and your tapes will start to sparkle
Setting up the three-light system
BOOKS IN BRIEF
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[no value]
John Lachky
Advertisements show the ease of shooting video, never mind the light. And true enough, many of the latest home-video cameras can record even under extremely low levels—but real quality and esthetics do demand at least some appreciation of lighting effects and techniques.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0081.xml
review
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LAB REPORT
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CANON NEW F-1
[no value]
Canon, U.S.A., Inc.
[no value]
Canon, U.S.A., Inc.
Canon New F-1
$810
Norman Goldberg
Michele A. Frank
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101,102,103,104,105,124
LAB REPORT
[no value]
Field Check
EXPOSURE-METERING SYSTEMS
Meter-sensitivity patterns
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[no value]
Bill Pierce
Canon’s New F-1 is the basic module in a camera-building kit. Without accessories, it is an updated version of the original F-1, a no-frills, manual-metering SLR whose simplicity of operation, reliability, and ruggedness established it as a favorite of professionals.
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106,107,120,121,122,123,124
LAB REPORT
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Stripdown Report
BOOKS IN BRIEF
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[no value]
[no value]
Canon’s New F-1 embodies nearly all of their technical progress since the original F-1 was introduced in 1970. Many similarities can be found between the old and new versions, especially when the wind and shutter bearings are examined. Canon seems to have used ball bearings on every part that rotates.
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LAB REPORT
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Lens Performance
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Mechanical: These three lenses are made in a more classic manner than the slower, less expensive ones commonly found on Canon’s lower-priced cameras. Unlike those more popularly priced lenses, the three tested here have all-aluminum helicoids with twin parallel focusing-guide arms, and complex autodiaphragm mechanisms with actuating rings supported on twin rows of ball bearings.
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B&W T CO.: Kool
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B&W T CO.
Kool
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0086.xml
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Starlight COLOR LAB
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Starlight COLOR LAB
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Cartier, Inc.: SMIRNOFF
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Cartier, Inc.
SMIRNOFF
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the PHOTO/LINE sink system
Model 4824
the PHOTO/LINE sink system
Model 7228
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PDQ
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PDQ
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shutterbug ads
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shutterbug ads
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0091.xml
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115
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RGB Color Lab
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RGB Color Lab
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0092.xml
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116
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HARMONY VIDEO & ELECTRONICS
Sony SL5800
HARMONY VIDEO & ELECTRONICS
Sony SL5600
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Color Chrome
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Color Chrome
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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review
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118
FIRST LOOK
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TECHNICOLOR MODEL 412D
Compact video camera looks and handles like a super 8
Technicolor
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Technicolor
412D
$995
Leendert Drukker
At last, Technicolor’s highly portable quarter-inch videocassette recorder, Model 212, has a fitting mate: a compact color video camera, Model 412D. It resembles a super 8 model. Readers of the “Movie Methods" column in the December, 1980, issue may recall that our reservation about the original 412 camera was that it didn’t capitalize on the portability of the recorder.
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FOX PRO LAB
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FOX PRO LAB
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120
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CAMERA WORLD OF OREGON
CANON
CAMERA WORLD OF OREGON
MINOLTA
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LONE STAR CAMERA
CANON
LONE STAR CAMERA
PENTAX
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123
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J&R MUSIC WORLD
VIDEO CAMERAS
J&R MUSIC WORLD
VIDEO RECORDERS
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124
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The Art Institutes
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The Art Institutes
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PHOTOGRAPHIC MARKET PLACE
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Popular Photography
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Colorado’s Integrity Camera
OLYMPUS
Colorado’s Integrity Camera
Nikon
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FREESTYLE
FRESH ILFORD 8×10
FREESTYLE
35mm BULK FILM LOADERS
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130
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Olympic Camera
Vivitar
Olympic Camera
SUnPAK
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131
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20TH CENTURY PLASTICS, INC.
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20TH CENTURY PLASTICS, INC.
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Reliable Photo & Electronics Inc.
PENTAX
Reliable Photo & Electronics Inc.
RICOH
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SPIRATONE, INC.
SLAVEMATE Plus
SPIRATONE, INC.
FLASH METER
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0111.xml
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136
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Advertisements
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Spiratone
'SFS' FILTER SYSTEM
Spiratone
'400-S' SHARPSHOOTER TELEPHOTO
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137
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LION PHOTO
SUNPAK
LION PHOTO
UNICOLOR
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0113.xml
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138
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RITZ CAMERA
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RITZ CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0114.xml
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139
139
[no value]
[no value]
Quantaray: Quantaray Lenses
[no value]
Quantaray
Quantaray Lenses
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0115.xml
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140
140
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
Ritz Camera
GAF 2100R Remote Control Projector
Ritz Camera
GAF 2690
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0116.xml
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141
141
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
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Quantaray Telephoto Lenses
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0117.xml
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142
142
[no value]
[no value]
TOTAL-VUE COLOR LAB
[no value]
TOTAL-VUE COLOR LAB
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0118.xml
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143
143,144,145
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
Executive Photo & Supply Corp.
MINOLTA CAMERAS
Executive Photo & Supply Corp.
CANON CAMERAS
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0119.xml
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146
146
[no value]
[no value]
Skyline Color Labs
[no value]
Skyline Color Labs
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0120.xml
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147
147
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
PARK ROW CAMERA and ELECTRONICS, Corp.
Canon
PARK ROW CAMERA and ELECTRONICS, Corp.
Konica
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0121.xml
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148
148
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
Frank's Camera
PENTAX
Frank's Camera
ME-SUPER
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0122.xml
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149
149,150,151,152,153,154,155
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
CAMBRIDGE camera exchange inc.
CAMBRON
CAMBRIDGE camera exchange inc.
Canon
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0123.xml
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156
156,157
[no value]
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[no value]
CAMERAS WEST
NIKON
CAMERAS WEST
TOKINA
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0124.xml
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158
158
[no value]
[no value]
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TRi-STATE
CANON
TRi-STATE
KONICA
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0125.xml
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159
159
[no value]
[no value]
COMPU COLOR
[no value]
COMPU COLOR
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0126.xml
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160
160
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
Sunshine Cameras
Slide Cube Projector
Sunshine Cameras
OSAWA MARK II zoom lenses
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0127.xml
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161
161
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
Sunshine Cameras
NIKON
Sunshine Cameras
Yashica
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0128.xml
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162
162,163
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
Midtown Foto
RICOH
Midtown Foto
KODAK
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0129.xml
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164
164
[no value]
[no value]
THE WORLD OF 35 MM
[no value]
THE WORLD OF 35 MM
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0130.xml
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165
165
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
INTERNATIONAL PHOTO EXCHANGE INC.
NIKON LENSES
INTERNATIONAL PHOTO EXCHANGE INC.
CANON LENSES
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0131.xml
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166
166
[no value]
[no value]
Master Colo Lab
[no value]
Master Colo Lab
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0132.xml
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167
167,168,169
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
LABELLE CAMERA & STEREO
FUJICA
LABELLE CAMERA & STEREO
NIKON
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0133.xml
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170
170,171
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
OLDeN CAMERA & LENS CO, INC.
OLYMPUS FLASH
OLDeN CAMERA & LENS CO, INC.
HANIMEX CB-2200
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0134.xml
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172
172
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0135.xml
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173
173
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
Bi-RiTE PHOTO and ELECTRONICS
NIKON
Bi-RiTE PHOTO and ELECTRONICS
CANON
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0136.xml
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174
174,175
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
Photron Marketing Inc.
SOLIGOR
Photron Marketing Inc.
RICOH
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0137.xml
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176
176
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
focus ELECTRONICS INC.
BRONICA
focus ELECTRONICS INC.
KIRON
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0138.xml
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177
177
[no value]
[no value]
CELESTRON INTERNATIONAL: CELESTRON 90
[no value]
CELESTRON INTERNATIONAL
CELESTRON 90
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0139.xml
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179
179
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
AAA Camera Exchange, Inc.
MINOLTA METERS
AAA Camera Exchange, Inc.
YASHICA LENSES
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0140.xml
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180
180,181
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
New York Camera
OLYMPUS
New York Camera
ROLLEI
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0141.xml
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183
183
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
ZYM Photo & Electronics Inc.
VIVITAR
ZYM Photo & Electronics Inc.
ROKINA
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0142.xml
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184
184,185
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
cambridge midtown inc.
TRIPODS
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0143.xml
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187
187,188,189
[no value]
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[no value]
B & H FOTO & ELEC. CORP.
ILFORD
B & H FOTO & ELEC. CORP.
OMEGA
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0144.xml
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190
190,191,192
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ADORAMA
RODAGON
ADORAMA
KONICA
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0145.xml
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193
193
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
GRAND CENTRAL CAMERAS
NIPPON
GRAND CENTRAL CAMERAS
Canon
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0146.xml
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194
194,195
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0147.xml
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196
196,197
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
COMPETITIVE CAMERA CORP.
KONICA FS-1
COMPETITIVE CAMERA CORP.
PRAKTICA
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0148.xml
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198
198
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
BROTHERS CAMERAS
Yashica FX-3
BROTHERS CAMERAS
WIDE ANGLE LENS
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0149.xml
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199
199
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
[no value]
CUSTOM QUALITY STUDIO
[no value]
4×6 COLOR PRINTS
[no value]
COLOR COPY PRINT
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0150.xml
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200
200
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
DYNAMIC CAMERA LTD.
Sunpak 611
DYNAMIC CAMERA LTD.
Canon 310XL
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0151.xml
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201
201
[no value]
[no value]
ABC PHOTO SERVICE
[no value]
ABC PHOTO SERVICE
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0152.xml
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202
202,203
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
47th STREET PHOTO INC.
YASHICA FR II
47th STREET PHOTO INC.
RICOH KR10
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0153.xml
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204
204,205,206
[no value]
[no value]
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[no value]
WALL ST. CAMERA EXCHANGE
MAMIYA M-645
WALL ST. CAMERA EXCHANGE
MAMIYA TWIN-LENS REFLEX
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0154.xml
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206
206
[no value]
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0155.xml
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207
207,208
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[no value]
POP PHOTO'S SHOPPERS' MART
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0156.xml
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208
208
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PHOTOGRAPHER'S GALLERY
[no value]
PHOTOGRAPHER'S GALLERY
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0157.xml
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209
209
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[no value]
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0158.xml
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209
209
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[no value]
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[no value]
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0159.xml
review
210
210
FIRST LOOK
[no value]
SUNPAK AUTO 322 D, AUTO 422 D
Automatic flash units use interchangeable shoe modules for coupled operation with various SLR models
Berkey Marketing Cos., Inc.
[no value]
Berkey Marketing Cos., Inc.
Sunpak
$94
Mike Ballai
The Sunpak Auto 322 D and Auto 422 D models feature a system of interchangeable shoe mounts that couple to the flash features of the various 35-mm SLRs with auto-exposure. Both take the same series of shoe mounts. You can almost snap the modules in and out: open the battery chamber, remove the four AA cells, and pull out a small lever that releases a clamp holding the module in place.
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0160.xml
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211
211
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[no value]
Beseler Photo Marketing Company, Inc.: The Beseler 23CII
[no value]
Beseler Photo Marketing Company, Inc.
The Beseler 23CII
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0161.xml
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212
212
[no value]
[no value]
RICOH OF AMERICA. INC.: THE RICOH XR-7
[no value]
RICOH OF AMERICA. INC.
THE RICOH XR-7
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19820801_0089_008_0162.xml