Issue: 19860901

Monday, September 1, 1986
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Sunday, January 4, 2015

Articles
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY: Kodacolor VR-G 100
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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Kodacolor VR-G 100
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NIKON INC.: Nikon fixed focal length lenses
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NIKON INC.
Nikon fixed focal length lenses
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Minolta Corporation: The Professional Maxxum 9000
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Minolta Corporation
The Professional Maxxum 9000
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tableOfContents
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popular photography
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Falcon Safety Products, Inc.: Dust-Off
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Falcon Safety Products, Inc.
Dust-Off
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0007.xml
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PDQ
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PDQ
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Pentax Corporation: Pentax P3
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Pentax Corporation
Pentax P3
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0009.xml
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Photogenic MACHINE CO.: THE PHOTOGENIC Halo LIGHT MODIFIER
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Photogenic MACHINE CO.
THE PHOTOGENIC Halo LIGHT MODIFIER
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0010.xml
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THE LAB
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THE LAB
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0011.xml
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Olympus: OLYMPUS OM-4T
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Olympus
OLYMPUS OM-4T
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Letters
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Letters
Lolita bombs
Logic and order
People need people
Wrong f-stop
Twin-city rivalry
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I’ve never written before to protest a cover photo, but the May cover shot of Valerie Cates is disturbing. She appears to be only about 13, obviously far from being fully developed in face, arms, and torso, yet striking a grown woman's pose in a bathing suit that again is aping something she is not (yet).
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0013.xml
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Minolta Corp.: Cokin Filter System
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Minolta Corp.
Cokin Filter System
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0014.xml
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Tokina Optical Corporation: SZX 70-210
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Tokina Optical Corporation
SZX 70-210
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Pop Photo Snapshots
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Pop Photo Snapshots
IN MEMORIAM?
SAFARI, ANYONE?
PINHOLE MAGIC
PHOTO DYSTOPIA
AMERICAN PHOTO ALBUM
NOW SHOWING NEAR YOU
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Norman Schreiber
Washington Post photographer Frank Johnson was recently named Photographer of the Year by the White House News Photographers Association. One of seven UPI photographers who covered the Vietnam War in the mid-1960s—five of whom were killed—Johnson was honored for the photographs he made when he revisited the country on the 10th anniversary of its downfall.
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0016.xml
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Panorama
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From abstracts to portraits, variety is the spice of Rothschild’s show
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Arthur Goldsmith
When Norman Rothschild saw a large chicken wending its way toward him through the crowd gathered at New York’s Neikrug Gallery, his eyes lit up like floodlamps. Without hesitation he put on the red party hat he was given and began blowing on a noisemaker, while the fine-feathered crooner delivered a singing telegram.
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0017.xml
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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Shoptalk
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Olympus’ new long-peak flash solves “ghosting” problems
SHUTTER SEQUENCE
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Norman Goldberg
Bad photos often spawn new products. Poor exposures led to autoexposures; out-of-focus led to autofocus, etc. Ever since photography has existed, its difficulties have been attacked and (slowly) conquered by a competitive industry responding to the needs of the mass market, rather than the specialist.
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0019.xml
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Canon U.S.A., Inc.: Canon T90
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Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Canon T90
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Advertisements
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Beseler Photo Marketing Company
Beseler 67CS2-XL
Beseler Photo Marketing Company
Beseler 23CII-XL
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Markets & Careers
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The life and times of “Le Grande Charles” Bonnay: 1930-1986
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Howard Chapnick
In contemporary American folklore, there exists the stereotypical character of the fearless, globe-trotting photojournalist. Handsome, charming, a bon vivant with a cigarette dangling from his lips, he electrifies every room he enters with his own “war stories.”
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0022.xml
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New York Institute of Photography
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New York Institute of Photography
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Collectors Editions Review
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Collectors Editions Review
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Tools & Techniques
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Use a stabilization processor for quick prints you can fix later
RC PAPERS FOR STABILIZATION PROCESSING
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Cora Wright Kennedy
Did you ever wish you could make almost instant black-and-white enlargements? Well, such a popular approach, called stabilization processing, has been around for a long time. Instead of trays and conventional solutions, you turn to a simple processor with rubber rollers and pour in two special, ready-to-use chemicals—an “activator” and a “stabilizer.”
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0025.xml
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Traveler's Camera
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Jamaica: A land of photographic enchantment, both above and below its shores
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Carl Purcell
Jamaica offers a wealth of photographic images. This verdant Caribbean island contains vistas with the qualities of Winslow Homer watercolors. Broad bands of turquoise and cobalt water stretch out beneath sapphire skies and amber sunsets, dotted by cotton candy clouds.
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0026.xml
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.: Winston Lights Box
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston Lights Box
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PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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MODEL BEHAVIOR
FIRST SESSION
SECOND SESSION
THIRD SESSION
FINAL SESSION
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J. Barry O’Rourke
I started photographing women in high school, taking my Brownie Flash 620 to school functions, parties, and on dates. Naturally, when I finally became a professional, I began to use skilled professional models. They are often indispensable when you are working within the confines of a deadline or tight layout where instant communication is vital to getting the job done.
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0028.xml
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POP PHOTO CAMERA TEST
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MINOLTA MAXXUM 9000
MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS
Minolta Camera Co.
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Minolta Camera Co.
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$670
Norman Goldberg
Julia Passof
Type of camera Autofocus 35-mm SLR (single-lens-reflex) with multimode exposure control. Metering system TTL center-weighted averaging by compound silicon photocell (SPC) at bottom of mirror box, or spot metering using center portion of same SPC.
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POP PHOTO CAMERA TEST
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IN THE FIELD
Meter-sensitivity pattern
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Bob Schwalberg
The Minolta Maxxum 9000 is a ponderous package. The camera plus motor drive MD-90 measures 152 mm high, 144 mm wide, and 53 mm thick, with a total weight of 1,235 grams (about 43 ounces) with batteries but without a lens. What you get for this heft includes five motor-firing rates with power rewind, four exposure modes, two metering patterns, and two autofocus schemes.
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POP PHOTO CAMERA TEST
MINOLTA MAXXUM 9000
LAB RESULTS
EXPOSURE ACCURACY:
SHUTTER ACCURACY:
NOISE LEVEL:
VIBRATION LEVEL:
TIME LAG:
AUTOFOCUS SENSITIVITY:
VIEWFINDER:
STRIPDOWN REPORT:
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Above Average—55.3 millivolts on our scale. (Average for all cameras tested during past five years is 21.04 millivolts.) Slightly above average—395 millivolts on our scale. (Average for all cameras tested during past five years is 336 millivolts).
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POP PHOTO CAMERA TEST
MINOLTA MAXXUM 9000
THE INSIDE STORY
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Inside and out, the Maxxum 9000 is impressive. The front plate, mirror box, and main part of the body are strong, thick-walled aluminum-alloy die castings. The bottom cover panel is a heavy-gauge brass stamping. The stainless-steel body flange is mounted to the front plate with six large screws.
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POP PHOTO CAMERA TEST
MAXXUM 9000 PRO CHALLENGE
A PRO HORSES AROUND WITH MINOLTA’S AUTOFOCUS SLR
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Bob Strauss
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POP PHOTO LENS TEST
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MINOLTA MAXXUM AF 35→70-MM F/4
Performance at 35-mm
Performance at 70-mm
Performance at 50-mm
Performance at "macro" setting
Glossary
Inside the Lens
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Centering: The center of curvature of each lens surface should lie on a common line. Contrast Test: Contrast levels are compared electronically between the image of a coarse and fine slit, and the result is expressed as a percentage. Distortion: Causes image (e.g. window frame) to curve out (barrel type) or in (pincushion type).
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FIRST LOOK
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New Sigma Zoom for Minolta Maxxum
This 75→300-mm telephoto zoom is the first lens from an independent maker to fit the incredibly successful Maxxum line of autofocusing cameras. How well does it work?
Berkey Marketing Cos., Inc.
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Sigma 75→300-mm f/4.5-5.6 Macro Zoom
$519.90
Bob Schwalberg
The new Sigma 75→300-mm f/4.5-5.6 Macro Zoom is the first independently manufactured lens to be offered for Minolta’s three Maxxum autofocusing 35-mm SLRs. This lens includes an electronic ROM (read-only memory) that keys to the Maxxum lensmount to provide focal length as well as maximum and minimum aperture data for the autofocus and auto-exposure systems.
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VIDEO
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VIDEO VARIANT
The latest generation of look-alike camcorders is lighter and easier to use.
NEW & NOTEWORTHY
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Elinor H. Stecker
Manufacturers seem to replace video camcorders with newer, improved models within the same model year. Such is the case with the Chinon CV-T60 and the GE 9610, which are updated versions of the camcorder reviewed under the Olympus label in the January POP PHOTO.
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OLYMPUS OM-77AF
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FLASHY COMPACT
New Olympus autofocus SLR contains big features in a small, highly automated package.
NEW & NOTEWORTHY
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Bob Schwalberg
A new Olympus OM-77AF autofocusing 35-mm SLR with electronic distance detectors and a focusing motor built into the camera body is now available. The first four introductory Olympus AF inter-changeable lenses will be a 28-mm f/2.8 wide-angle, a 50-mm f/1.8 standard, and two AF zoom lenses, a 35→70-mm and a 70→210-mm, both with f/3.5-4.5 maximum apertures.
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PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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SEEING RED
A red filter can give you spectacular results with black-and-white film—if you know when and how to use it.
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Barbara London
It’s one of those bright sunny days when billowing white clouds are rolling across the sky. You have black-and-white film in your camera. The question is: How do you make a picture that will exploit the drama of those towering clouds? The answer: It’s not the clouds you have to think about, but the sky behind them.
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PHOTOGRAPHY TODAY
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UV
Popular during the 1960s psychedelic era, ultraviolet “black light” photography is making a comeback with creative and technical applications.
Going to a Go-Go
Strange Brew
Woolly Bully
Welcome to the Machine
Moods for Moderns
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Susan Piperato
Just beyond human vision lies an ultraviolet (UV) region that makes possible the kind of exciting photos shown here. Most lighting manufacturers offer “black-light” (BLB) tubes which emit a lot of UV, plus some visible blue-violet light.
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ELECTRONIC IMAGING
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ARRANGED MARRIAGE
Polaroid projects a new system that will wed electronic imaging with instant photography.
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George Schaub
The future of photography may lie in the dance of the oscilloscope. In research labs from Rochester to Osaka, scientists and engineers are plotting graphs and tracing electron paths, all in the hopes of solving the electronic still photography puzzle.
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ELECTRONIC IMAGING
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THE FUTURE UPDATED
Canon officially announces a still video system that displays greater versatility and improved image quality.
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George Schaub
Since POP PHOTO’S exclusive preview of the Canon Still Video System (“The Future Arrives," July 1986) the SVS proto-type shown to us in Japan has undergone some changes, and has had new components added. Also, since its unveiling in New York in late June, the SVS has been in the hands of its intended users—photojournalists, editors, and those in the business of picture and information communication—and their preliminary reaction has been enthusiastic.
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Just Out
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Just Out
Backgrounds
Accessories
Electronic Flash
Slide Viewing
Camera Bags
Tripods
Video Accessories
Karl Heitz
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Karl Heitz
Rainbow Multi-Color Gradated backgrounds
$4.95
Rainbow Multi-Color Gradated backgrounds (list: depending on size, $4.95 for paperboard-backed 16×22-inch sheets to $169 for 80×120-inch PVC sheet) are made of thick, water-repellent synthetic PVC sheets which can be washed with mild soap and chamois-cloth for reuse. The background shades come in four different sizes and 38 gradated colors, plus 13 solid colors. The no-glare surface has no screen, which permits backlighting and closeups with no visible texture. Information: Karl Heitz, P.O. Box 427, Woodside, NY 11377.
Karl Heitz
CRT Viewing Shade System
$665.95
A CRT Viewing Shade System (list: $665.95) for photographing images off video or computer display screens is adaptable to all current Bronica camera systems except the SQ-Am. Available in 14or 20-inch configurations, it comes complete with 14-inch CRT matte box, camera mounting bracket, and adaptor ring for use with Bronica GS-1 camera. Adaptor rings (list: $49.95) and CRT spacer (list: $29.95) are needed to use viewing shade with Bronica ETRS and SQ-A cameras. Information: GMI Photographic, 1776 New Highway, Farmingdale, NY 11735.
Karl Heitz
SL-200
$60
Two new flashes are dedicated for use with Ricoh XR-P and KR-305P cameras. The SL-200 (list: $60) is a compact unit with a guide number of 66 with ISO 100 film. The manufacturer claims that 130 full-power flashes can be gotten from a set of two AA alkaline batteries. The SL-260P (list: $85) has a guide number of 85, with a maximum working distance of 62 feet on automatic. It’s claimed to yield 200 full-power flashes using four AA alkalines. The SL-260P couples with the camera’s TTL metering system for closeup and fill-flash photography. A new four piece filter set (list: $40)—red, green, blue, and neutral density—is also available for use with the SL-260P. Information: Ricoh Corp., Camera Division, 5 Dedrick Place, West Caldwell, NJ 07006.
Karl Heitz
Diastar Slide Theatre
$269.95
The Diastar Slide Theatre (list: $269.95 with stackloader and slide sorter) is a tabletop slide-viewing system. Forward and reverse slide advance is activated by a four-foot remote control, and a fan keeps illuminated transparencies cool. The projection lens is a close-focus-corrected, three element coated f/3.5; illumination is provided by an OsramXenophot tungsten-halogen lamp. The viewscreen is 7×7 inches. Information: Osram Sales Corp., Jeanne Dr., P.O. Box 7062, Newburgh, NY 12550.
Karl Heitz
Spacemaker L/F Camera Bag
$225
The Spacemaker L/F Camera Bag (list: $225) is designed to hold a complete 4×5 monorail camera. Made from 1000 denier double-coated Cordura nylon, the bag is padded throughout and has camera support dividers and interior pouches that attach with hook Velcro to the liner. Three separate padded pouches have space for a lightmeter, lenses to 210-mm on boards 6⅜ inches square, and six 4×5 film holders. Both shoulder strap and carrying handles are made from 3,000 pound test webbing. The L/F comes in black with red and grey accents, and measures 24×16×11 inches. Information: Spacemaker MCB, 2360 NW 150th St., Opa Locka, FL 33054.
Karl Heitz
Stroboframe Deluxe Monopod
$34.95
The Stroboframe Deluxe Monopod (list: $34.95) has a telescoping four-section design which extends from 18 to 57 inches. The four sections lock with a single twist, and are constructed of aluminum with a black anodized finish, a rubber tip, and a wrist strap. The camera mounting screw is interchangeable. Information: Saunders Group, 67 Deep Rock Rd., Rochester, NY 14624.
Karl Heitz
Gates Sidekick
$89.95
The Gates Sidekick (list: $89.95) is a portable power supply designed to drive a 12-watt camcorder. Battery and plug-in charger are tucked in a Cordura nylon shoulder pack with adjustable straps. Recharge time is 24 hours from a “deep discharge.” The manufacturer claims the unit doesn’t suffer from memory effects caused by short charge cycles and that, fully charged, the unit will power a camcorder for nearly five hours. Information: Gates Energy Products, Inc., 1050 South Broadway, P.O. Box 5887, Denver, CO 80217.
George Schaub
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COMPU-COLOR
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COMPU-COLOR
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DALE LABORATORIES
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DALE LABORATORIES
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Workshops
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Workshops
ARIZONA
ARKANSAS
COLORADO
CONNECTICUT
GEORGIA
MARYLAND
MICHIGAN
NEW JERSEY
NEW YORK
NORTH CAROLINA
PENNSYLVANIA
TENNESSEE
VIRGINIA
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Ceil Rosenthal
The Southern Arizona Photographic Workshop, Bisbee. Intensive black-and-white printing workshops with Dick Amerault and Boyd Nicholl, Oct. 25-26 and Nov. 8-9; $110 each. Color Landscape Workshop, evening lectures follow daily field trips to Tombstone, Cochise’s Stronghold, and other local areas of scenic interest, Nov. 22-24; $150, includes film processing.
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0045.xml
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SUnSET color lab
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SUnSET color lab
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The Art Institutes
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The Art Institutes
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0047.xml
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MEDIA WEST, INC.
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MEDIA WEST, INC.
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TOTAL-VUE COLOR LAB
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TOTAL-VUE COLOR LAB
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PHOTO SHOPPING CENTER
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ABE'S CAMERAS AND ELECTRONICS
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ABE'S CAMERAS AND ELECTRONICS
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B&H PHOTO
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B&H PHOTO
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Popular Photography
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PALACE CAMERA & ELECTRONICS OF MAINE
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PALACE CAMERA & ELECTRONICS OF MAINE
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The Color Darkroom
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Matching the right unit to your processing needs
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Larry Sribnick
Each month, readers write asking us to recommend which type of color-print processor they should buy for their home darkrooms. Although I can’t recommend a specific brand, I will tell you what to look for when you’re making a purchasing decision.
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0055.xml
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AAA Camera Exchange, Inc.
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AAA Camera Exchange, Inc.
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UNITED STATES SERVICE PHOTO
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UNITED STATES SERVICE PHOTO
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Books in Brief
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Books in Brief
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Cadillac, photographs by Stephen Salmieri, handpainted by Sydnie Michele Salmieri, text by Owen Edwards. New York: Rizzolli International Publications, 1985: 144 pp. with 80 illustrations with 60 in color; hardcover, $50. In a nation where automobile owners are judged by the cars they drive, the Cadillac is not only the ultimate symbol of deluxe transportation, but also a rolling billboard announcement that its owner has “arrived.” Fascinated by the implications of this symbolism, Stephen Salmieri began to assemble a photographic record of various Cadillac models in much the same way that John James Audubon set out to catalog the many species of North American birds.
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80
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TRI-STATE CAMERA EXCHANGE INC.
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TRI-STATE CAMERA EXCHANGE INC.
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81
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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82,83
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FOCUS CAMERA, INC.
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FOCUS CAMERA, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0061.xml
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84
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WOLF CAMERA & VIDEO
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WOLF CAMERA & VIDEO
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85
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CUSTOM QUALITY STUDIO
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CUSTOM QUALITY STUDIO
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0063.xml
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86
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Smile Photo
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Smile Photo
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89
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0065.xml
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90,91
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CAMERA DISCOUNT CENTER
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CAMERA DISCOUNT CENTER
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0066.xml
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92
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SPIRATONE INC.
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SPIRATONE INC.
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0067.xml
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93
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Freestyle
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Freestyle
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0068.xml
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94
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CAMBRIDGE camera exchange, inc.
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CAMBRIDGE camera exchange, inc.
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0069.xml
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95,96,97
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Cambridge Camera Exchange, Inc.
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Cambridge Camera Exchange, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0070.xml
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98
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GIFTIME DISCOUNT CENTER
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GIFTIME DISCOUNT CENTER
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0071.xml
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99
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LION PHOTO
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LION PHOTO
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0072.xml
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100
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National Institute on Drug Abuse
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National Institute on Drug Abuse
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0073.xml
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101,102,103
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New York Camera
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New York Camera
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104
Offbeat
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The new photo equipment is great, but it could be a bit better and more practical
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Norman Rothschild
If I had my way, makers of photo gear would be forced to carry out assignments with their own equipment and forfeit a day’s pay for each photo missed. Let me start by carping about those useful depth-of-field scales on fixed focal-length lenses, a type of optic still preferred by photographers who want high image quality.
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0075.xml
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105
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CAMERA WORLD
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CAMERA WORLD
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107,108,109
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GARDEN CAMERA
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GARDEN CAMERA
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110,111
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COMPETITIVE CAMERA CORP.
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COMPETITIVE CAMERA CORP.
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0079.xml
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112,113
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Ritz Camera Centers
Zoom Slide Duplicator
Ritz Camera Centers
Right Angle Candider
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0080.xml
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114,115
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FOTO CELL INC.
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FOTO CELL INC.
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0081.xml
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116,117,118
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MIBRO CO., INC.
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MIBRO CO., INC.
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118
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PHOTOGRAPHIC MARKET PLACE
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0083.xml
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119
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PHOTRON MARKETING INC.
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PHOTRON MARKETING INC.
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0084.xml
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120
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LION PHOTO
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LION PHOTO
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121,122
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POP PHOTO'S SHOPPERS' MART
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EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0088.xml
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0089.xml
article
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Help!
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Help!
Factor facts
Fast reading
Wring out the bells
No flashing
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Why do filters for black-and-white work come with a “recommended filter factor?" Won't the SLR camera's built-in metering system give a correct reading when the filter is over the lens? William T. Rogers, South Orange, NJ First, not all cameras have through-the-lens metering.
PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0090.xml
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125
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Philip Morris Inc.: Marlboro
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Philip Morris Inc.
Marlboro
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PopularPhotography_19860901_0093_009_0091.xml
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126
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Minolta Corporation: MAXXUM AUTOFOCUS SYSTEM
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Minolta Corporation
MAXXUM AUTOFOCUS SYSTEM
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