Issue: 19840101

Sunday, January 1, 1984
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Saturday, December 6, 2014

Articles
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popular photography
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0001.xml
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Pentax Corporation: Pentax Super Program
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Pentax Corporation
Pentax Super Program
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0002.xml
tableOfContents
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0003.xml
masthead
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masthead
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0004.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_19840101_0091_001_0005.xml
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4,5
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Nikon Inc.: Nikon FA
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Nikon Inc.
Nikon FA
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0006.xml
article
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6,90,92
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Wind-up pitch
Tribute to a titan
Ear flap
Branded
Wyoming winner!
Location information
Antisemantic
More on magnetic system
Call of the Corps
Correction
BOOKS IN BRIEF
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While reading the Lab Report on the Konica FT-1 SLR (September issue), I was struck by the same thought that comes to mind whenever I read about any camera featuring a built-in motor drive. Just about every 35-mm SLR manufacturer today offers some sort of auxiliary motor-drive unit.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0007.xml
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Nikon Inc.: Nikon FG
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Nikon Inc.
Nikon FG
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0008.xml
article
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TRAVELER’S CAMERA
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An odyssey through Western China—Part II
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Carl Purcell
Last month I wrote about my exciting trip to Western China, following in the steps of Marco Polo over the Great Silk Route. I went as part of a Lindblad tour, a company that specializes in exotic tours. Here's the conclusion to that story. Our final destination in Western China was Urumji, a provincial city with over one million people and a strong military presence.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0009.xml
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Minolta Corporation: Minolta X-700
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Minolta Corporation
Minolta X-700
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0010.xml
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MSI/Heritage Color Lab
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MSI/Heritage Color Lab
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0011.xml
article
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CRITICAL FOCUS
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Happiness is finding a camera museum where you never expected to, while driving on the left
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Kenneth Poli
Next time you find yourself near Ickenthwaite or Low Hay Bridge in England, remember Rusland Hall. The Hall is one of England’s stately homes that has been bought, restored, and is now open to the public. Stately, yes—but with pizzazz. For, along with handsome fields and woods, lawns speckled with rare white peacocks, and the expectedly colorful stately-home history, Rusland Hall has two captivating and surprising collections: one of self-playing musical instruments, the second of photographic equipment.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0012.xml
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Minolta Corporation: Minolta SLR
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Minolta Corporation
Minolta SLR
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0013.xml
article
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SHOPTALK
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There’s a technique for storing cameras and lenses as well as using them; better learn it
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Norman Goldberg
A recent letter asked, “What is the best way to store cameras and lenses?" I wish there were a simple answer to this. Let’s say you live in the tropics. You know how to fight fungus growths. You also know which materials endure the climate. Your counterpart in the arctic must also learn how to cope with the rigors of his climate.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0014.xml
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Time-Life Books: Take Better Pictures
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Time-Life Books
Take Better Pictures
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0015.xml
article
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THE COLOR DARKROOM
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Some problems you may encounter while processing color prints, and how to conquer them before they conquer you
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Larry Sribnick
In my previous column I described how to process your first color print from a color negative. This month I will tell you what to do when the results aren’t as expected. Most printing problems fall into one of two categories: an off-color print or a stained and streaked print.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0016.xml
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.: Winston
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0017.xml
article
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18,22,24,93,94
PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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CHINA REPORT
An inside look at how photography has changed since 1981 and where it’s going
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Arthur Goldsmith
The minibus ascended through hairpin curves on a narrow road that climbs the mountains on the far side of the Chialing River just before it joins the Yangtse. Through the darkness we had glimpses of the lights of Chungking, now known as Chongqing, sprawled along the opposite river bank.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0018.xml
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Advertisements
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Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Canon T50
Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Canon A-1
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0019.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_19840101_0091_001_0020.xml
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Philip Morris Inc.: MERIT
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Philip Morris Inc.
MERIT
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0021.xml
article
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26,28,32
SHOWS WE’VE SEEN
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FSA color photographs are shown for the first time; portraits by Yousuf Karsh; the unique vision of two Japanese photographers
Eikoe Hosoe retrospective at Light
BOOKS IN BRIEF
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Harvey V. Fondiller
The Civil War was fought in sepia, the Depression and World War II happened in black-and-white, and Vietnam was in color. How come? Because that’s how each is seen nowadays in the media. Although the world was as colorful in the 1930s as it is today (blue sky, green grass, etc.), our perceptions have been fixed by pictures we’ve seen again and again—for example, the black-and-white photographs made by the Farm Security Administration from 1935 to 1942.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0022.xml
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0023.xml
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Falcon Safety Products, Inc.: DUST-OFF II
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Falcon Safety Products, Inc.
DUST-OFF II
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0024.xml
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Advertisements
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J&R MUSIC WORLD
PANASONIC PV6600
J&R MUSIC WORLD
SANYO VC6800
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0025.xml
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IMAGES INTERNATIONAL, INC.: IMAGES PROFESSIONAL COLOR PRINT FILM
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IMAGES INTERNATIONAL, INC.
IMAGES PROFESSIONAL COLOR PRINT FILM
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0026.xml
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Glo-Color Labs
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Glo-Color Labs
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0027.xml
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Advertisement: SKIERS DIRECTORY
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SKIERS DIRECTORY
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0028.xml
article
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HELP!
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HELP!
Creative-exposure dilemma
Info on Nimslo
Bridging synch gap
Unspotting on fabric
Odd-size reversal film
For that hot look
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Recently I have been rating color-slide films one-third stop higher than the figure indicated by the manufacturer. In other words, I shoot ISO 25 film at 32, and ISO 64 film at 80. This is to get better color saturation. When I use the exposure-bias dial of my automatic SLR 35 to give one or two stops' worth of extra exposure to a backlighted subject, is it necessary to return the film rating first to its normal setting of 25 or 64?
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0029.xml
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Jet Color Lab
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Jet Color Lab
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0030.xml
article
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WORKSHOPS
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WORKSHOPS
CALIFORNIA
MICHIGAN
VIRGIN ISLANDS
OVERSEAS
Videotape in Brief
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Cibachrome Seminars. One full-day or two consecutive evening classes with Peter Krause and Henry Shull covering the basic to creative techniques of color printing from color slides. Emphasis is on the special imaging characteristics of the Cibachrome process.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0031.xml
article
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TOOLS -AMP;AMP; TECHNIQUES
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Frazzled by filters? Here are simple ways to keep them clean, unstuck, and right at hand
BOOKS IN BRIEF
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Cora Wright Kennedy
You may like filters as much as I do, but are you nevertheless often annoyed by the mechanics of their use? For instance, how do you feel when it is hard to find the right filter? What kind of thoughts run through your mind when you have difficulty getting the filter out of its case (especially a hard one), then discover that the filter is dirty?
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0032.xml
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Kiwi: KIWI CAMERA BAGS AND VIDEO BAGS
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Kiwi
KIWI CAMERA BAGS AND VIDEO BAGS
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0033.xml
article
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MARKETS & CAREERS
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1983 was a vintage year for everyone who deals with published photos; our rights have been strengthened by law
BOOKS IN BRIEF
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Howard Chapnick
Once, a photographer’s concerns were limited to the elements of a good photograph. But that was before our litigious society took direct aim at the photographic world. The contemporary photographer has to have one finger on the shutter, one eye on the viewfinder, the other looking for hazards surrounding publication of the photograph or the protection of his or her rights of ownership.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0034.xml
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ZIFF-DAVIS ACTIVITY PLANNER
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ZIFF-DAVIS ACTIVITY PLANNER
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0035.xml
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DALE LAbORATORiES
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DALE LAbORATORiES
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0036.xml
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THE PHOTOGENIC MAHCINE CO.: Porta-Master 400
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THE PHOTOGENIC MAHCINE CO.
Porta-Master 400
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0037.xml
article
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POP PHOTO SNAPSHOTS
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News about people, products, and events
The brassy and the bold
Time’s almost u—
It’s done with mirrors
It’s super 8!
Next?
More in Baltimore
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Norman Schreiber
“I'm always attracted to the brassy and the bold,” confessed J.C.C. (Jamie) Andrews. We had asked how his book, The Well-Built Elephant: A Tribute to American Eccentricity (New York: Cogdon & Weed, $16.95), came to be. The book, published in November, celebrates buildings that are shaped like objects (such as sea-shells, oranges, and hamburgers) and animals (such as whales, ducks, and elephants).
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0038.xml
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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BROOKS INSTITUTE
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0039.xml
article
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VIDEO/MOVIE METHODS
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There’s a digital chip in your future: what it can do for TV and for taping
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Leendert Drukker
Berlin’s International Audio and Video Fair gave a glimpse of our amazing digital future. Both IT&T and Philips are designing chips for TV sets that would sample video signals and translate them into binary numbers, to be processed after-ward into the screen image.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0040.xml
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Advertisement: Popular Photography
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Popular Photography
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0041.xml
article
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PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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PHOTO DESIGN AS ASSIGNMENT
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Graphic creativity channeled to a purposeful end was the theme of “Photo-Design as Assignment,” a recent exhibition at the Master Eagle Gallery in Manhattan. First prepared for showing at photokina ’82 in Cologne, Germany, the exhibition is a lively cross-section of some of the most imaginative applied photography and graphic design being produced in Germany today.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0042.xml
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY: Camel Lights
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Camel Lights
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0043.xml
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TOTAL-VUE COLOR LAB
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TOTAL-VUE COLOR LAB
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0044.xml
article
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THE GADGETERIA
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Photo gadgets can take a load off your shoulders, raise your (flash) head, and replace your plastic feet
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Michele A. Frank
At one time or another, each of us has probably spent a day lugging around a load of photo gear suspended from the shoulder. And many of us have then suffered from a “pinched” nerve or at the very least a sore shoulder. The solution, of course, is to distribute the weight over a wider area.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0045.xml
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Mitsubishi Motors Corp.: Turbo Colt
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Mitsubishi Motors Corp.
Turbo Colt
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0046.xml
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OLYMPUS: OLYMPUS OM-4
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OLYMPUS
OLYMPUS OM-4
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0047.xml
article
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EDITORIAL
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TO FIND A PICTURE
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Arthur Goldsmith
Would you believe it? The symbolic year of 1984 is actually upon us, and although we won’t feel a jolt along the time track, it’s an emotional watershed lent poignancy by the realization that the future we’ve been expecting has suddenly become the present and soon will fade into the past.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0048.xml
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HOW THEY PRINT
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Dorothea Kehaya on Cibachrome-A II
A well-known photographer describes how she gets top results in making prints from slides
Making Cibachrome-A II prints
Test prints made to find the optimum exposure and filtration
What you need
Printing procedures
Using a color analyzer to zero in a new enlarging lamp
Observations and comments
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David Vestal
Dorothea Kehaya has been photographing since 1945 and printing in color since 1968. After years of working with color negatives, she has recently switched to printing from slides on Cibachrome-A II glossy paper. This form of Cibachrome, she says, is the one simple, direct color-printing process now available that produces sharp prints with stable dyes on a base that meets archival permanence standards.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0049.xml
review
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LAB REPORT
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PENTAX SUPER PROGRAM
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Pentax Corp.
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Pentax Corp.
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$325
Norman Goldberg
Michele A. Frank
Camera Type: 35-mm multimode SLR with programmed auto, aperture-priority auto, shutter-priority auto, metered manual, TTL autoflash, programmed auto-flash modes Normal Lenses: 50-mm SMC Pentax A f/ 1.2, f/1.4, f/1.7, 28 → 135-mm f/4 (tested)
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0050.xml
article
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LAB REPORT
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Field Check
Meter-sensitivity pattern
VIEWFINDER display and framing accuracy
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W.L. Broecker
The Pentax Super Program is a smooth-operating 35-mm SLR that offers virtually unrestricted choice of operating modes. “Super” indicates its lineage is linked to the Pentax ME Super, but the new model has capabilities, indicators, and controls that represent much more than an updated ME camera.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0051.xml
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LAB REPORT
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Stripdown Report
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Based on the ME Super and the ME before, the Pentax Super Program packs a lot into its compact body. The major features of this camera are its programmed and shutter-priority auto-exposure modes. For any camera to offer these two modes, it must have a system for automatically regulating the diaphragm from within the camera in response to three exposure variables: scene luminance, shutter speed, and film speed.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0052.xml
article
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LAB REPORT
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Lens Performance
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Mechanical: This is a 17-element, 15-group design arranged in four sections, all of which move at varying rates and directions during the zoom operation. Separate collars control zoom and focus settings. Only the front section moves for focusing, but this section accounts for nearly 40 percent of the lens' weight, thanks to the three air-spaced elements in this section, whose diameter is about twice that of the other 14 elements.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0053.xml
article
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EQUIPMENT & MATERIALS
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TESTED: 5 'AUTOFOCUS' SLRs
Electronic focus-detection systems are so new that POP PHOTO’S lab had to create new instruments to test them
Once mastered, EFD techniques are helpful— but no cure-all
Tough targets test EFD strengths and weaknesses
TARGET CAPABILITY
ELECTRONIC AUTOCOLLIMATOR
FOCUS ACCURACY (mm)
CONTRAST/LUMINANCE THRESHOLD TARGET (TOP VIEW)
TEST RESULTS
BOOKS IN BRIEF
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Norman Goldberg
Canon showed their prototype of an autofocus camera in 1963. Ever since, photographers have eagerly awaited a fully realized system that would eliminate their need for skill and good eyesight in making correctly focused pictures. In the 20 years since Canon's (neverproduced) prototype, there have been dozens of schemes for automating the job of focusing a camera.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0054.xml
article
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PORTFOLIO
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SUZANNE SZASZ
A veteran photojournalist blends into the background to document the emotional responses of childhood
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Bob Schwalberg
Two thousand four hundred photographic assignments ago, Suzanne Szasz (pronounced “Soss”) arrived in the U.S. as one of the myriad results of the Second World War. Faced with the urgent problem of earning her living, and being Hungarian, she purchased a Rolleiflex camera.
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0055.xml
article
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78,79,98
PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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HOW TO BE HAPPY THOUGH HYPEROPIC
There are several ways to solve farsightedness and other vision problems that plague photographers
About contact lenses
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Janet Nelson
Questions, questions. How many photographers encounter the viewfinder with their eyeglasses when they take photographs? How many out-of-focus pictures result from inability to see the image on the screen clearly? Do bifocal wearers have particular problems because of the dual viewing systems built into their glasses?
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0056.xml
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EQUIPMENT & MATERIALS
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Kodak Brings Back Black-and-white Processing
How well do they process your film, how good are their prints, and what does it cost?
Testing the service
The negatives
The prints
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David Vestal
Late in the 1880s, George Eastman made up a word, “Kodak,” and a slogan that helped sell the first Kodak cameras: “You press the button, we do the rest.” Late in 1982, I received a small Kodak promotion piece. On one side, it said, “NOW! Black-and-white processing by Kodak.”
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0057.xml
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The Art Institutes
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The Art Institutes
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0058.xml
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83
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ColorChrome
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ColorChrome
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0059.xml
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Advertisement: Popular Photography
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Popular Photography
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0060.xml
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Advertisement: popular photography
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popular photography
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0061.xml
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84
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THE WORLD OF 35 MM
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THE WORLD OF 35 MM
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0062.xml
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CELESTRON PRECISION OPTICS: CELESTRON: 500mm
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CELESTRON PRECISION OPTICS
CELESTRON: 500mm
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0063.xml
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DALE LAboRATORiES
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DALE LAboRATORiES
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0064.xml
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RNI PHOTO MARKETING: 3 Ring Safe-T-Binder
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RNI PHOTO MARKETING
3 Ring Safe-T-Binder
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0065.xml
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88
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Advertisements
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Olympic Camera
OLYMPUS OM-10FC
Olympic Camera
OLYMPUS XA-1 OUTFIT
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0066.xml
article
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LAB REPORT
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LENS TEST GLOSSARY
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Aberrations: A flawlessly manfactured 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_19840101_0091_001_0067.xml
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89
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LAB 47
Eastman Color 5294
LAB 47
Eastman Color 5247
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90
90
[no value]
[no value]
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HARMONY VIDEO & ELECTRONICS
Sony SL2410
HARMONY VIDEO & ELECTRONICS
Sony SL2400
[no value]
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91
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92
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Starlight COLOR LAB
[no value]
Starlight COLOR LAB
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93
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EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
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94
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COMPU-COLOR
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COMPU-COLOR
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95
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Popular Photography
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96
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PHOTOGRAPHIC MARKET PLACE
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0075.xml
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97
97
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PALACE CAMERA & ELECTRONICS
80-200 f/4 ONE TOUCH ZOOM
PALACE CAMERA & ELECTRONICS
2× 7 ELEMENT TELE-CONVERTER
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0076.xml
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99
99
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[no value]
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LABELLE CAMERA & STEREO OF MAINE
Olympus OM-G Outfit
LABELLE CAMERA & STEREO OF MAINE
Olympus OM-3 Body
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0077.xml
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100
100,101
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[no value]
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OLDen CAMERA & LENS CO. INC.
M4-P BODY
OLDen CAMERA & LENS CO. INC.
COBRA 8×20 Compact
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0078.xml
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102
102
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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103
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SUNSHINE CAMERAS
OMG w/18
SUNSHINE CAMERAS
OMF w/18
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104,105
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47st. photo
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47st. photo
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107,108,109
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Ritz Camera Center
PENTAX ME-F
Ritz Camera Center
Nikon FM Black
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0082.xml
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110
110,111
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MIBRO CO., INC.
[no value]
MIBRO CO., INC.
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0083.xml
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112
112,113
[no value]
[no value]
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SPIRATONE, INC.
Spiratone Deluxe FLEXI-STAND
SPIRATONE, INC.
Spiratone M-R Flash Meter
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0084.xml
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114
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focus ELECTRONICS INC.
[no value]
focus ELECTRONICS INC.
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0085.xml
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115
115
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20TH CENTURY PLASTICS, INC.
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20TH CENTURY PLASTICS, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0086.xml
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116
116,117
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TRi-STATE
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TRi-STATE
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0087.xml
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119
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FREESTYLE
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FREESTYLE
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0088.xml
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121
121,122,123
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GARDEN CAMERA
CASIO PT-30
GARDEN CAMERA
PANASONIC PV-6600
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0089.xml
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124
124,125
[no value]
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Photron Marketing Inc.
MINOLTA X700
Photron Marketing Inc.
Canon A-1
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0090.xml
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126
126,127
[no value]
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COMPETITIVE CAMERA CORP.
CANON AE-1
COMPETITIVE CAMERA CORP.
NIKON FM-2
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0091.xml
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128
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ABE'S OF MAINE CAMERAS AND ELECTRONICS
[no value]
ABE'S OF MAINE CAMERAS AND ELECTRONICS
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129
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PDQ
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PDQ
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0093.xml
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130
130
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CAMBRIDGE camera exchange, inc.
Cambron TTL 35mm SLR
CAMBRIDGE camera exchange, inc.
COMPACT 202 35mm CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0094.xml
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131
131,132,133
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Cambridge Camera Exchange, Inc.
Lindenblatt KL2
Cambridge Camera Exchange, Inc.
Komura Telemore 95 III
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0095.xml
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134
134
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Skyline Color Labs
[no value]
Skyline Color Labs
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0096.xml
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135
135,136,137
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Executive Photo & Supply Corp.
[no value]
Executive Photo & Supply Corp.
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0097.xml
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139
139
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CAMERA WAREHOUSE, INC.
[no value]
CAMERA WAREHOUSE, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0098.xml
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140
140,141
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CAMERAS WEST
Canon AE-1
CAMERAS WEST
PENTAX 6×7
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0099.xml
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142,143
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NEW YORK CAMERA
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NEW YORK CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0100.xml
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144
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ABC PHOTO SERVICE
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ABC PHOTO SERVICE
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0101.xml
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145
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BiRite PHOTO and ELECTRONICS
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BiRite PHOTO and ELECTRONICS
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0102.xml
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146,147
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ADORAMA
PENTAX 6×7
ADORAMA
KODAK EKTAFLEX
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148
148
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1984 PHOTOGRAPHY ANNUAL
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149
149
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THE LAB
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THE LAB
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0105.xml
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150,158,166
JUST OUT
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JUST OUT
Books, booklets, catalogs
Miscellaneous
Camera accessories
Video equipment
Projection and viewing
Darkroom equipment
Kodak
[no value]
Kodak
Kodak Hobby-Pac processing kits
$11.45
processing is optional for film. Color-slide kit is priced $11.45; color-print kit is $9.95, at Kodak dealers. Kodak Hobby-Pac processing kits in foil “snip ’n pour” packets offer simple mixing for Kodak Ektachrome and other process E-6 color-slide films and color prints made from Ektacolor paper. A wide range of processing temperature choices is available, and up to three stops push
Kodak
Agfa-Gevaert’s b&w film
$25
Developing Your Photographic Potential, a guide to Agfa-Gevaert’s b&w film, chemicals, papers, and the Agfachrome Speed process, is offered as a rebate on purchases of $25 or more of Agfa b&w products. Send either cash-register slip or itemized sales receipt, proofs of purchase (end flaps and label) and $2 for postage and handling to: Photo Book, Agfa-Gevaert Promotional Distribution Center, Box CN-0550, Trenton, N.J. 08650. It’s also available by mail for $9.95 (no purchase necessary), or at photo stores for $7.95.
Kodak
Photocolor II
$14.95
Introduced in Europe eight years ago, two-solution Photocolor II chemicals for C-41-type films and Type A color-print papers are now available in the U.S. Outfit contains 500 ml each of developer and bleach/fix, 50 ml print-developer additive, a 10-ml measure, and instruction booklet. Price, $14.95. DIST.: Jobo Fototechnic, Inc., 416 W. Huron St., Ann Arbor, Mi. 48103.
Kodak
Color Analitimer 2
$299.50
Color Analitimer 2 provides color analysis and exposure timing of prints to be made from color negatives or slides. It utilizes three silicon photo diodes for averaging color balance through the film at the bellows level of the enlarger in room light. Two sets of LEDs allow cyanmagenta and cyan-yellow outputs to be compared for balance. Single CdS cell is used for spot-exposure analysis, usually at a highlight area. Unit has mode switch for negative or slide printing, footswitch and safelight connections, and illuminated timing trigger. Three dials permit stepless timing of exposures from 0 to 111 sec. Price, $299.50, from: Colourtronic, 9650 Topanga Canyon P1., Chatsworth, Ca. 91311.
Kodak
High-resolution Spiratone 50-mm Resomax f/2.8 enlarging lens
$59.95
High-resolution Spiratone 50-mm Resomax f/2.8 enlarging lens has a standard Leica-thread mount, with (stated) exceptionally flat field and outstanding correction for lateral and longitudinal color, flare, and distortion. Price, $59.95 at the firm’s N.Y.C. stores or by mail from: Spiratone, Inc., 135-06 Northern Blvd., Flushing, N.Y. 11354.
Kodak
PCS 130 black-and-white
$25
Through Jan. 31, 1984, rebates are offered on three Philips enlargers, models PCS 130 black-and-white, PCS 2000 color, and PCS 130/PCS 150 color combination. Rebates are, respectively, $25, $50, and $75. Details are at Philips dealers.
Kodak
Energy Kote radiant-heating panels
Warming darkroom occupants, not the air, Energy Kote radiant-heating panels can be ceiling-mounted to provide dust-free warmth. Operating at lower temperatures than conventional hot-air systems, the panels allow temperature-control units to override room temperature, maintaining solutions at optimum temperature. UL-listed panels are one in. thick, weigh ¾ lb. per sq. ft., generate heat within four minutes of start-up, operate on standard voltages, can be controlled by on/off switches or thermostats, and have a five-year warranty. Size range is 2×2 to 4×8 ft. for operation on 120, 208, 240, or 277 volts, in wattages from 150 to 1,640. MFR.: TVI Energy Corp., 5012 Herzel P1., Beltsville, Md. 20705.
Kodak
A Fuji Film Guide to Sports Photography
Take Your Best Shot; A Fuji Film Guide to Sports Photography is a 48-pg. pocket-size booklet that tells of methods used by professionals to capture action on the field, the sidelines, or the stands. For a free copy, write to: Fuji Film Sports Photography Guide, P.O. Box 3737, Grand Central Sta., New York, N.Y. 10163.
Kodak
Holiday Ritz Blitz
Holiday Ritz Blitz of photo equipment from Ritz, and major manufacturers is still available, on request to: Ritz Camera Centers, 11710 Baltimore Ave., Beltsville, Md. 20705-1899.
Kodak
Fujicolor HR200
Early in 1984, dealers will be carrying Fujicolor HR200—the latest addition to Fuji's line of color-negative material. Rated at ISO 200 and compatible with C41 and Fuji CN-16 processing, it will be packaged first in 35-mm format: 12-, 24-, and 36-exposure lengths.
Kodak
Nimslo-camera negatives
$14.95
Nimslo 3-D prints are now offered in 8×10-in. size for $14.95. They are stated to be custom-made, passing through a rigid quality-control procedure before being returned (in mounts) to the photographer. Take your Nimslo-camera negatives to a Nimslo dealer.
Kodak
ZLM1 direct-reading exposure meter
$129
ZLM1 direct-reading exposure meter has a blue-enhanced silicon photocell to protect against memory from the previous reading. Measuring reflected or incident light, it’s designed for one-hand operation. After setting the ISO number, desired shutter speed is dialed. Pressing the metering button turns power on and f-stop is indicated. After about 50 seconds, it shuts off to conserve the battery. Shutter speed can be changed by rotating the dial, and f-stop needle automatically moves to the appropriate setting. Other features include: ISO settings from .05 to 6,400; shutter-speed range of 1/15,000 sec to 2 hr.; apertures (in ½stop intervals) from f/1 to f/64; measures 38° reflected; fluorescent red Zone System scale (0-12) located in the center of the f-stop scale; measuring range equivalent to EV -3 to EV +22; weight, 5¼ oz. with 6-volt battery. Price, $129. MFR: Zalco, Inc., P.O. Box 1432, Corvallis, Or. 97339.
Kodak
Spiratone Ministand
$14.95
Spiratone Ministand for cameras or lights measures 13 in. when three-section braced legs are telescoped, extends to 27 in., and is equipped with a 360° tilt-ball head. Legs are rubber-tipped to prevent slippage and marring. Price, $14.95, or three for $39.95 at Spiratone’s N.Y.C. stores, or by mail order from; Spiratone, Inc., 135-06 Northern Blvd., Flushing, N.Y. 11354.
Kodak
Philips batteries
$1
Philips batteries are now imported by GMI Photographic Inc., 1776 New Highway, Farmingdale, N.Y. 11735. LR (leak-resistant) alkalines in AA, AAA, C, D, and 9-volt sizes for heavy-drain applications are stamped with expected useful life—2½ years from manufacturing date. Price range is $1 to $2.95 per battery. Minicells are available in 1.55and 6volt silver ($3 and $9.90 each), 1.35-volt mercury ($1.50 and $1.70), and 3and 6volt lithium ($4.50 and $8.50). Rechargeable AA-size nicads are $8 per pair.
Kodak
Bogen/Technal 560 Dry Mount Press
$690
Bogen/Technal 560 Dry Mount Press has an extralarge 6¼-in. yoke and a bed that slides out six in. to position mount material and to keep hands away from the heated surface. Mounts up to 20×24 in. are handled in one operation; work up to 36 in. is handled in sections. Thermostically controlled temperature range is 180-325 F, with indicator light. Price, $690. DIST.: Bogen Photo Corp., P.O. Box 448, Englewood, N.J. 07631.
Kodak
Jet Aire compressed gas
$3.95
Jet Aire compressed gas is stated to blast away dirt and dust from photographic equipment. It is sold in an 8-oz. aerosol can for $3.95. A sample is available for $3 from: Parks Products, Inc., 3611 Cahuenga, Hollywood, Ca. 90068.
Kodak
Domke camera bags
Produra, shock-absorbing foam sandwiched between waterproof nylon fabric, is combined with cowhide trim in a new line of dark-brown Domke camera bags. Three models are available. Classic FR-100, for the photographer who wants to carry all his equipment, incorporates an insert design. Standing flap keeps contents safe from the elements, aids in sliding gear in and out, and closes automatically if the bag should tip over. Classic Compact FR-350 holds a camera with any lens to 300-mm and motor drive attached. Classic FR-410 holds lightstands. For details and a list of dealers, write to: Domke Bags, P.O. Box 411, Lansdowne, Pa. 19050.
Kodak
“bean bag”
$16
Redi-Stedi “bean bag” molds to any form to steady a camera. Weighing less than one lb., it’s hand-sewn, water-repellent, and filled with plastic pellets so it can be taken anywhere. A 6×7-in. size is less than $16 in stores; larger sizes made to order. MFR.: Redi-Stedi Bag, E.V. Productions, 50 W. 34th St., New York, N.Y. 10001.
Kodak
Antique/old-fashioned photography kit
Antique/old-fashioned photography kit consists of a Polaroid camera, portrait kit, electric dryer, mesh screen, toner, matboard picture frames, and instructions. Owners of Polaroid cameras can purchase these items separately. Full details are available from Graphic Center, P.O. Box 818, Ventura, Ca. 93002.
Kodak
Bag Menagerie
Bag Menagerie line of 35-mm camera bags is introduced with two models. Cobrahead pouch is designed to carry a motor-drive 35 with standard or wide-angle lens. Elephant Trunk accommodates camera with lens to an 80→210mm zoom. Both are made of black Cordura with red packcloth lining, thick padding, overlapping lid, draw cord with barrel lock, and integral belt loops. Shoulder strap is supplied. More details from: Seahawk Industries, P.O. Box 15072, Santa Ana, Ca. 92705.
Kodak
Oxford print-presentation cases
Guaranteed for life, Oxford print-presentation cases and portfolios, made of Cordura nylon with leather-reinforced handles and self-healing nylon zippers, are now distributed by Edric Imports Inc., 8980 Rte. 108, Columbia, Md. 21045. One-in.-capacity cases are supplied with 10 presentation sheets, and come in three sizes: 8½×11, 11×14, and 14×17 in. Colors are black, brown, burgundy, and navy. They are also available as simple binders. Unstructured portfolios with brass zippers come in six sizes, from 18×14 to 42×32 in., in black, brown/beige, and navy/beige. Structured models with self-healing zippers, six inner pockets, and wire-frame construction are available in four sizes, 18×14 to 31×23 in., black only.
Kodak
Photographer’s Vest
Vests are introduced by Columbia Sportswear Co., 6600 N. Baltimore, Portland, Or. 92703. Constructed of Technicloth (60% nylon, 40% cotton), Paparazzi has four film canister pockets with elastic tops, two slash pockets for filter or notes, two lower handwarmers behind three pockets (padded to protect lenses), an inside pocket, and a tripod pocket in the back. Velcro-fastener epaulets hold extra lenses and keep camera from slipping. Photographer’s Vest is endowed with 22 pockets, six of which are padded. Four have zippers. A Velcro hitch keeps camera close to the body, ready for use. Extralarge, full-back tripod pockets are in the back. Write to Columbia for prices and full details.
Kodak
jigsaw puzzle
$19.95
An 1l×14-in. jigsaw puzzle of a favorite color or b&w image is offered by: My Puzzle, P.O. Box 403, Lewiston, N.Y., 14092. Send a $19.95 check and a color or b&w negative with name, address, and phone number; add $3 if sending a print or slide. New York State residents must add sales tax.
Kodak
Holson Leathermark Collection albums
Professional wedding photographers can now choose from a new line of Holson Leathermark Collection albums that can be customized. In-studio assembly uses reversible mats for prints from 10×10 to 3-AMP;AMP;#X00BD;-AMP;AMP;#X00D7;5 in. Multifunction flyleaves fit the 10×10 mat and one, entitled “The Ceremony,” is included with each album. Kits of nine flyleaves, seven with calligraphy-type lettering, are available. The Leathermark Collection is, briefly: Series L, full-grain leather, embossed front cover and hubbed spine; Series S, Italian suede, leather corners, and leather loop closure; Series F, bonded leather, golden oval picture frame on the front, embossed cover and hubbed spine; and Series E, bonded leather, embossed cover and spine, also available in 4×5and 5×7in. sizes. MFR.: The Holson Co., 111 Danbury Rd., Wilton, Ct. 06897.
Joseph P. Fesce
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0106.xml
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151
151
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AAA Camera Exchange, Inc.
[no value]
AAA Camera Exchange, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0107.xml
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152
152
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[no value]
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[no value]
CAMERA WORLD OF OREGON
CANON AL-1
CAMERA WORLD OF OREGON
NIKON EM
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0108.xml
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153
153
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CUSTOM QUALITY STUDIO
[no value]
CUSTOM QUALITY STUDIO
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0109.xml
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154
154,155,156,157
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[no value]
B & H FOTO & ELEC. CORP.
Mamiya 645
B & H FOTO & ELEC. CORP.
PENTAX 6×7
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0110.xml
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159
159
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[no value]
FOTO CELL INC.
[no value]
FOTO CELL INC.
[no value]
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0111.xml
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160
160,161,162
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[no value]
WALL ST. CAMERA EXCHANGE
MAMIYA RZ-67
WALL ST. CAMERA EXCHANGE
BRONICA SQ-A
[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0112.xml
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162
162
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0113.xml
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163
163
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[no value]
Riviera of MAINE Camera & Electronics
8 PC NIKON EM 2
Riviera of MAINE Camera & Electronics
8 PC PENTAX K-1000
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0114.xml
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164
164,165
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[no value]
POP PHOTO'S SHOPPERS' MART
[no value]
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[no value]
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PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0115.xml
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167
167
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[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_19840101_0091_001_0116.xml
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168
168
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Minolta Corporation: X-700
[no value]
Minolta Corporation
X-700
[no value]
[no value]
PopularPhotography_19840101_0091_001_0117.xml