Issue: 19880301

Tuesday, March 1, 1988
Mar. 88
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Sunday, January 4, 2015

Articles
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0001.xml
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Advertisement: Kodacolor VR-G
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Kodacolor VR-G
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0002.xml
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Nikon Inc.
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Nikon Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0003.xml
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ToCAD America Inc.: CV-300
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ToCAD America Inc.
CV-300
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0004.xml
tableOfContents
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0005.xml
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0006.xml
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SUNSET color lab
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SUNSET color lab
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0007.xml
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AMERICAN FRAME CORPORATION: Metal Picture Frames
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AMERICAN FRAME CORPORATION
Metal Picture Frames
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0008.xml
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YASHICA, INC.: YASHICA 230AF
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YASHICA, INC.
YASHICA 230AF
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0009.xml
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HOYA: Hoya filters
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HOYA
Hoya filters
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0010.xml
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The Art Institutes
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The Art Institutes
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0011.xml
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LETTERS
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LETTERS
MANUAL CHANGES
PHOTO SEMANTICS
THE LOWDOWN ON HIGHLIGHTS
DEFINITION UPDATE
AN ETERNAL QUESTION
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Recently, I went into the camera store where I originally purchased my camera to get a zoom lens. When I told them I had a Canon T70, they said they wondered whom they had sold those to. I found out also (not with much surprise) that Canon doesn’t make the T70 anymore.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0012.xml
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CULLMANN
Bags
CULLMANN
Tripods
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0013.xml
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Olympus Corporation: Olympus VX-802 Movie 8
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Olympus Corporation
Olympus VX-802 Movie 8
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0014.xml
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Time Life Books, Inc.: Take Better Pictures
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Time Life Books, Inc.
Take Better Pictures
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0015.xml
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Advertisements
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Tamrac, Inc.
Photographers Vest
Tamrac, Inc.
Tele Pak Adventure System
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0016.xml
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Tiltall: portable tripod
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Tiltall
portable tripod
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0017.xml
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SLIK AMERICA INC.: Slik 212AF Tripod
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SLIK AMERICA INC.
Slik 212AF Tripod
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0018.xml
article
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SNAPSHOTS
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SNAPSHOTS
FUJI FLIES HIGH
SITTING PRETTY
EPCOT CENTER SALUTES PHOTOGRAPHY
MORE THAN ZERO
FUN IN THE SUN
COLOR AT BAT
PHOTO FANTASYLAND
VIDEO IDENTITY CARD
SNAPSHOT ROT
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It's no bird, plane, or Superman up there—it's the Fuji blimp, still flying high after a joint settlement between Fuji U.S.A. and Goodyear. Goodyear tried to take the wind out of Fuji's sail in 1985 by charging that Fuji was infringing on the trademark of the rubber products company by flying a blimp-shaped helium balloon for promotional purposes.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0019.xml
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Advertisements
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SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
AF 28-70mm F3.5-4.5
SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
AF 70-210mm F4-5.6
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0020.xml
article
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PANORAMA
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Responsible photography: to shoot or not to shoot
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ARTHUR GOLDSMITH
Nobody can deny that a good sense of timing is essential for a photographer. However, timing applies as much to knowing when not to push the shutter-release button as when to push it. Picture taking is always a potentially invasive act, no matter how sensitive the photographer or how benign the motive.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0021.xml
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DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY
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DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0022.xml
article
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NATURE
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Choosing a long lens: Faster isn't necessarily better
SPEED vs. WEIGHT: THE TRADE-OFF
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JOHN SHAW
Much of the reader mail I've received during the past few months has to do with long lenses. These letters all seem to raise the same basic questions; a few quotes will illustrate: “I want to photograph animals that inhabit wooded cover, such as deer, wild turkey, and bear,” writes Charles Weyandt of State College.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0023.xml
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Canon U.S.A., Inc.
EOS 650
Canon U.S.A., Inc.
EOS 620
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0024.xml
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Philip Morris Inc.: Merit
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Philip Morris Inc.
Merit
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0025.xml
article
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TRAVELER'S CAMERA
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An insider's guide to capital views of Washington, D.C.
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CARL
ANN PURCELL
Washington, D.C., is a popular destination all year round, but it’s a particularly photogenic one at this time of year, when the weather is warm and the earth explodes with blossoms and colorful flowers. The appearance of cherry blossoms in April marks the official opening of the tourist season, and a few weeks later come red and yellow tulips, surrounding the grounds of the national monuments and shrines.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0026.xml
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PRO TIPS
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Cooler light with low-cost filters and a small flash
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BARBARA HAGIN
When on an editorial assignment, travel photographer Bob Krist usually packs simply, with no extra frills or gadgets. He does keep one unusual item in his camera bag, though— a book of acetate filter swatches, which he uses to filter the light from his flash.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0028.xml
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NRI Schoo1s
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NRI Schoo1s
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0029.xml
article
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SLR WORLD
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35→70 ZOOM: HOW TO MAKE YOUR PICTURES DULL
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HERBERT KEPPLER
I am fed up to the ears with all the guff about 35→70mm zoom lenses. I don't think they are great. I think they will usually assure you of fairly ordinary pictures and are very apt to stunt your growth as a photographer. Did you ever think that by using a 35→70mm zoom, you are copycatting the very same focal lengths used on the point-and-shoot cameras?
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0030.xml
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Minolta Corporation: Master VHS-C Camcorder
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Minolta Corporation
Master VHS-C Camcorder
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0031.xml
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Sony Corporation of America: Handycam Pro
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Sony Corporation of America
Handycam Pro
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0032.xml
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CRITICAL FOCUS
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After autofocusing, what's next for the single-lens reflex?
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BOB SCHWALBERG
This question, posed by veteran Zeissman Wolf Wehran at a recent Carl Zeiss Optics Symposium in Oberkochen, West Germany, shocked his panel of photographers and photo writers into several moments of silence. Three answers followed, along with a smattering of anti-autofocusing Luddism about the dreadful implications of electronic-AF cameras and lenses.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0033.xml
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CULLMANN: "Secret Pocket" Bag
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CULLMANN
"Secret Pocket" Bag
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0034.xml
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0035.xml
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Olympus Corp.
OM-4T
Olympus Corp.
OM-77AF
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0036.xml
article
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COLLECTING CAMERAS
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Posh, pocketable folding 35s from the fabulous fifties
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JASON SCHNEIDER
A collectible camera can be defined as any old camera, however complex or foolish, that pleases a collector. But when it comes to actually using collectible cameras, less is generally more. In other words, if you’re going to take pictures with an old camera, you’re almost always better off with one having the fewest doodads.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0037.xml
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Minolta Corporation: Maxxum 7000
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Minolta Corporation
Maxxum 7000
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0038.xml
article
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SHOOTING COLOR
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Kodachrome's growing pains and how they were eased
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GEORGE SCHAUB
Kodachrome slide films have always been steady performers. When you loaded a roll in your camera, you knew you were getting unmatched sharpness and fine grain; when you sent it off for processing, you relied on Kodak Processing Labs (KPL) or one of a small number of independent labs to deliver consistent results.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0039.xml
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Tokina Optical Corporation
AF 28-70
Tokina Optical Corporation
AF 35-200
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0040.xml
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COLLECTORS PHOTOGRAPHY
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COLLECTORS PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0042.xml
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Philip Morris Inc.: Marlboro
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Philip Morris Inc.
Marlboro
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0043.xml
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TECHNIQUE
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IMAGE BUILDING: slide by slide
Create a new reality for your old slides by combining several of them on a single frame of film.
SANDWICH VS. MULTIPLE EXPOSURE
SLIDE-DUPLICATING SETUPS
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Elinor H. Stecker
Mention the words multiple exposure and most photographers think of shooting successive images of their subjects on a single frame of film. However, some of the most memorable multiple exposures have been made by combining several preexisting images.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0044.xml
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FILM
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NEW PRO FUJICHROME
Is it possible to improve upon two of the finest E-6 slide films? Fuji thought so—here’s what we think.
NEW FUJICHROME 50 D RFP
OLD FUJICHROME 50 D RFP
NEW FUJICHROME 100 D RDP
OLD FUJICHROME 100 D RDP
PUSH-PROCESSING TEST RESULTS
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George Schaub
When Fuji announced it was introducing new versions of the professional slide films in ISO 50 and 100 speeds, the first thought that came to mind was this: "If they ain't broke, why fix 'em?" But after getting the grand tour of these new emulsions from Fuji technicians and trying out some sample rolls ourselves, we can safely say that Fuji has made some of the best films in their respective classes even better.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0045.xml
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VISIONS
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Windows to the World
John Pfahl photographs landscapes from the inside looking out.
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Susan Piperato
From time immemorial, photographers looking for a simple way to improve their pictures have been urged to "frame the subject." Indeed, this sage advice is enshrined in everything from slim booklets for beginners to tomes on professional technique to countless articles in photo magazines.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0046.xml
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NEWS FLASH: SUPERSPEED B&W FILM
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Kodak breaks the B&W speed barrier
A mysterious film labeled SO-675 is probably the new high-speed T-Max
Comparing Kodak's Four High-Speed Champs
Impressive Available-Light Quality
LAST WORD FROM KODAK ON SO-675
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BOB SCHWALBERG
Today we have incredibly fast 35mm color films that go beyond what we could have only imagined just a few years ago. But what happened to poor old black-and-white, stuck for years and years at a sad, slow ISO 400, except for special-purpose recording films?
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0047.xml
review
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CAMERA TEST
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RICOH XR-M
SPECIFICATIONS
TRIPLE-PROGRAM MODE
SHORT, COMPACT RICOH ZOOM
PRO CHALLENGE
Ricoh Inc.
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Ricoh Inc.
Ricoh XR-M
$449
Barbara Hagin
Bob Schwalberg
What happens when you combine the multiple programs and shoot-the-TV-screen sync modes of the semitraditional Ricoh XR-P with the super-sophisticated liquid-crystal-display (LCD) panels and pushbutton automation of the point-and-shoot Ricoh FF-90 Super?
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0048.xml
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CAMERA TEST
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LAB RESULTS
EXPOSURE ACCURACY
METER SENSITIVITY PATTERN
SHUTTER ACCURACY
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NOISE LEVEL: Well below average—6.64 millivolts on our scale. (Average for all cameras of this type tested during the past five years is 16.76 millivolts.) VIBRATION LEVEL: Below average—277.3 millivolts on our scale. (Average for all cameras of this type tested during the past five years is 305.1 millivolts.)
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0049.xml
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SPECIAL REPORT
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CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
Still video gets better than ever; 3-D video movies at a price Yuppies will really love
SHOOT VIDEOMOVIES IN 3-D
WHAT YOU SEE IS AN LCD TV
BORING VIDEO? CUT IT OUTI
SPECIAL EFFECTS BY SONY
WIRELESS MINI MIKE
SUPPORT YOUR CAMCORDER
BANISH THE BATTERY PACK
A REAL EYE-OPENER
A CLEAN HEAD’S BEST
PSI
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Toshiba’s new two-lens, two-head 3D-Cam
$2,850
The third dimension comes to home videomovies with Toshiba’s new two-lens, two-head 3D-Cam. Like previous stereo devices, it shoots two slightly displaced images. These are recorded alternately on tape at a rate of 60 times a second. On playback through a conventional VCR and TV set, viewers watch the images through liquid-crystal shutter glasses. An electronic controller alternately blocks the image to the right and left eye in rapid succession. Each eye, therefore, sees a slightly different field, but the viewer's brain integrates them so they are perceived as a three-dimensional image. The 3D-Cam, which also can be used for nonstereo shooting, uses VHS-C tape and is surprisingly lightweight at 1.67 kg. It is expected to be available in May for about $2,850, including one pair of glasses and an electronic adapter. At present, only three viewers can watch stereo movies shot with the new unit, but there are plans to increase this number.
PSI
new liquid-crystal-display (LCD) TV
$300
"What you see is what you get" is not quite true of most camcorder viewfinders. The missing ingredient was color— until Hitachi solved the problem with a nifty new liquid-crystal-display (LCD) TV that attaches to the shoe on the handle of Hitachi-made camcorders. This $300 optional accessory can be used as a color viewfinder while shooting, or as a convenient playback-in-the-field screen for reviewing what you just shot. It’s large enough for two or three people to watch and listen to comfortably. Sound comes through the unit's speaker. But it's not a TV receiver, so you can only watch movies that are on tape.
PSI
Video-Cut 10
$1,249.50
The cure for tedious, disjointed video-movies is a video editing system. The newest, Video-Cut 10 from Hama, can make editing videomovies almost automatic. Connect it to a camcorder for playback and a VCR for recording; then as you view the tape on a TV monitor, you decide where you want each scene to start and stop. Pressing a button on the keyboard marks your decisions. The unit reads pulses from the tape counter of the camcorder and displays the counter numbers on an LCD panel. This panel also indicates the length of each scene and its position in the sequence; it also prompts you with operating instructions. Video-Cut 10 lets you change the start or end points of a scene, rearrange the order of scenes, delete scenes, or use a scene more than one time in the finished movie. After you’ve stored up to 50 editing decisions in the system’s memory, the machine takes over: It causes the camcorder to play back or rewind the tape as needed when the scenes are assembled in a new order. It also signals the recording VCR to record or pause as necessary to put together the movie as you’ve programmed it. List price, $1,249.50. from PSI, 7200 Huron Dr., Dexter, MI 48130.
PSI
Sony’s XV-D300 Digital Effector
With Sony’s XV-D300 Digital Effector, you can enhance your videomovies with special effects. This digital field memory device can create a "noiseless" still image or a chain of still images in slow or rapid succession. It can break up an image into little squares—a mosaic effect—and do so in three sizes of squares. Or it can change the subtle gradations of normal color into the more solid area of posterized color. Should you want two, three, four ... or nine images, you can get that picture-in-picture effect, too; one image can even be moving while the others remain frozen. You can change these pictures as fast as you can push the controlling button (the one on the unit itself or the one on the remote controller), or you can let them change automatically.
PSI
Mini Sound Catcher
$149.95
Small microphones are appropriate for small camcorders, so Sima Products Corp. (4001 W. Devon Ave., Chicago, IL 60646) has developed the Mini Sound Catcher, a system built around reducedsize versions of its wireless microphones. It includes a clip-on and hand-held microphone, 3-ounce transmitter, 4.5-ounce receiver, earphone, and storage case. When attached to a camcorder, the receiver can capture sounds from 200 feet away—without audio cables. The system is priced at $149.95.
PSI
The Bogen Video Camera Support
The Bogen Video Camera Support (from Bogen Photo Corp., 17-20 Willow St., Fair Lawn, NJ 07410) helps to stabilize your camcorder while leaving your hands free to operate its controls. The support can be adjusted to fit the user, and it’s padded for comfort with Neoprene at the shoulder and waist braces. A ball head and a quick-release camera platform make it easy to use, and it folds flat.
PSI
The Aluma-Lite VLA-500SC
The Aluma-Lite VLA-500SC is a quartz video light with a self-contained rechargeable battery that attaches to most camcorders. It frees you from tethering yourself to an electrical outlet or carrying a heavy battery pack. The entire unit weighs 2½ pounds and is five inches high. It’s also modular and can be converted to AC operation or used with stronger batteries or brighter lamps. The battery provides a 25-minute burn time with a 12V, 50W lamp and can be recharged in four hours. From Aluma-Lite, Inc., 24242 Sparrow, El Toro, CA 92630.
PSI
Ambico's Imager
$129.95
Ambico's Imager holds and illuminates photo prints and flat artwork while you tape them. The device has a holder that lets you slide the photos in and out, and a close-up lens of the correct strength for the fixed artwork-to-camera position. Slide the TeleCine Adapter onto the end of the unit and you can transfer motion pictures or slides to videotape. Complete system, $129.95; Imager alone, $99.95; TeleCine Adapter, $39.95. (Ambico, 50 Maple St., Norwood, NJ 07648) The Ambico Special Effects Generator works with two video sources to produce cuts, fades, a variety of wipe patterns in a continuous spectrum of colors, and other special effects, all of which can then be recorded onto videotape.
PSI
"Eyeopener"
$10
Attach the "Eyeopener" to your camcorder’s viewfinder and you can keep both eyes open while shooting. This little device partially covers the left eye when you are viewing the scene with the right eye, enabling you to use your peripheral vision to keep one eye focused on the action. Eyeopener is $10 and is made by Opsin Inc., 18550 Firlands Way N., Seattle, WA 98133.
PSI
The Allsop 3 VCR Cleaning System
Now owners of VHS-C as well as fullsize camcorders can clean their camcorder’s heads and tape-drive system simultaneously. The Allsop 3 VCR Cleaning System incorporates a ridged cleaning ribbon housed in a special cassette to do the job thoroughly using a wet-dry cycle. From Allsop, Inc., P.O. Box 23, Bellingham, WA 98227.
PSI
Ro-Pat videocassette labels
Titles written on Ro-Pat videocassette labels are permanent only as long as you want them to be—then they can be rubbed off. The labels are packaged with a dry-erase marking pen and eraser. From Ro-Pat, P.O. Box 609, Jericho, NY 11753.
PSI
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$1,400
You can project your videomovies on a big screen at low cost with Expand-A-View. The heart of the system is a projection lens that attaches with Velcro to a 13-inch television set. The image is projected onto the company’s high-gain screen. Screen, lens, and TV set list for $1,400. From Expand-A-View, 110 E. 51st Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64112.
George Schaub
Elinor H. Stecker
Proponents of electronic still photography predict that we’ll be taking pictures with filmless cameras and recording images on video floppy disks by the year 2000. They cite numerous benefits: no film to process; erasable, reusable disks; instant playback on a TV monitor; prints that can be made at home with the touch of a button; and, for those in the news business, speedy transmission of images over standard telephone lines.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0050.xml
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New York Institute of Photography
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New York Institute of Photography
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The Camjacket Co.: THE NEW CAMJACKET
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The Camjacket Co.
THE NEW CAMJACKET
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0052.xml
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STO-FEN PRODUCTS: OMNI-BOUNCE
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STO-FEN PRODUCTS
OMNI-BOUNCE
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82
82,83,84
SLR WORLD
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HALF-FRAME SLR IS OK, BUT......
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We could hardly wait to get our hands on the Kyocera (Yashica) Samurai: a half-frame auto-everything point-and-shoot SLR having a completely different ergonomic body shape and a built-in 25→70mm f/3.5-4.3 zoom lens. This is equivalent to a 35→100mm lens on a full-frame 35mm SLR.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0055.xml
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83
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ALASKA VACATIONS
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ALASKA VACATIONS
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0056.xml
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83
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CALIFORNIA'S GLAMOUR GIRLS: SWIMSUIT AND LINGERIE CALENDARS
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CALIFORNIA'S GLAMOUR GIRLS
SWIMSUIT AND LINGERIE CALENDARS
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0057.xml
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83
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IFPO
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IFPO
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0058.xml
article
84
84,85
SLR WORLD
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SLR POWER FOCUS: IS IT TAKING OVER?
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With camera makers racing down the SLR autofocus path, it might seem that all have forgotten the photographer who needs a low-price, easy-to-operate SLR without AF. Not Olympus. The OM88 Power Focus has a body somewhat similar to and weighing the same as the Olympus OM77 autofocus camera, but with far more stylishly high-tech contours.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0059.xml
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85
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Hirsch Photo
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Hirsch Photo
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0060.xml
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85
85
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American Red Cross
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American Red Cross
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0061.xml
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86
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PHOTO SHOPPING CENTER
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0062.xml
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86
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EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0063.xml
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87
87,88,89
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Smile Photo
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Smile Photo
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0064.xml
article
90
90,102
TOOLS & TECHNIQUES
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Begone, damn dust! Here come my favorite dust fighters
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CORA WRIGHT KENNEDY
No doubt about it, dust is the curse of amateur and professional photographers alike. I don’t mean just the small specks of airborne matter that settle annoyingly on your slides, negatives, and photo equipment. I’m also talking about the larger, squiggly pieces of lint that can be even more obnoxious because of their size and shape.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0065.xml
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91
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Freestyle
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Freestyle
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0066.xml
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92
92,93
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[no value]
TRI-STATE CAMERA EXCHANGE INC.
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TRI-STATE CAMERA EXCHANGE INC.
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0067.xml
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94
94,95
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GARDEN CAMERA INC.
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GARDEN CAMERA INC.
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0068.xml
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96
96,97
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GIFTIME
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GIFTIME
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0069.xml
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98
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Frank's
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Frank's
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0070.xml
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99
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U.S.S.PHOTO
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U.S.S.PHOTO
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0071.xml
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99
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0072.xml
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100,101
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BATTERY PARK
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BATTERY PARK
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0073.xml
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105
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PALACE
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PALACE
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0074.xml
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106,107
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Executive Photo & Supply Corp.
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Executive Photo & Supply Corp.
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0075.xml
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108
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ABE'S CAMERAS AND ELECTRONICS
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ABE'S CAMERAS AND ELECTRONICS
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0076.xml
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109
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Advertisement: Popular Photography
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Popular Photography
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0077.xml
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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_19880301_0095_003_0078.xml
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112
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CUSTOM QUALITY STUDIO
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CUSTOM QUALITY STUDIO
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0079.xml
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113
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PHOTRON MARKETING INC.
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PHOTRON MARKETING INC.
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0080.xml
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114
114,115
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FOCUS CAMERA, INC.
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FOCUS CAMERA, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0081.xml
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116
116,117
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MIBRO CO., INC.
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MIBRO CO., INC.
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0082.xml
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118
118,119
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NEW YORK CAMERA
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NEW YORK CAMERA
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0083.xml
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120
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LION PHOTO
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LION PHOTO
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0084.xml
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121
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AAA Camera Exchange, Inc.
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AAA Camera Exchange, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0085.xml
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122
122,123
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FOTO CELL INC.
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FOTO CELL INC.
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0086.xml
article
124
124
WORKSHOPS
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WORKSHOPS
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
CONNECTICUT
FLORIDA
INDIANA
OHIO
PENNSYLVANIA
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Southern Arizona Photographic Workshop, Bisbee. "Black-and-White Printing Workshop in Old Bisbee," Mar. 12-13. Dick Amerault and Boyd Nicholl will lead day and evening sessions in printing techniques, developer formulas, mixing chemistry for small darkroom use, spotting, and matting of prints.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0087.xml
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125
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CAMERA WORLD
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CAMERA WORLD
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0088.xml
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126
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B&H PHOTO: MASTER SERIES-C 3300
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B&H PHOTO
MASTER SERIES-C 3300
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0089.xml
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127,128,129,130,131,132
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B&H PHOTO
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B&H PHOTO
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0090.xml
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133
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OLDen
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OLDen
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0091.xml
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134
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0092.xml
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134
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CAMBRIDGE camera exchange inc.
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CAMBRIDGE camera exchange inc.
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0093.xml
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135,136,137
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Cambridge Camera Exchange, Inc.
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Cambridge Camera Exchange, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0094.xml
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138,139
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Photographic Marketplace
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0095.xml
article
140
140
HELP!
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HELP!
SPOTTING THE DIFFERENCE
BARRING THE LIGHT
FADING MEMORIES
MIGHTY MIDGET
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Our local theater group asked me to take pictures at one of their performances. In the color prints, where the stage was fully lit, the actors are correctly exposed. But spotlit actors are washed out. Another photographer suggested I should be using a spotmeter.
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0096.xml
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141
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ASA Corporation Ltd.: Ricoh XR-M
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ASA Corporation Ltd.
Ricoh XR-M
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[no value]
PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0097.xml
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142
142
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Minolta Corporation: Maxxum 9000
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Minolta Corporation
Maxxum 9000
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PopularPhotography_19880301_0095_003_0098.xml