Issue: 19930201

Monday, February 1, 1993
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ENERGIZER
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Canon: EOS A2E
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Canon
EOS A2E
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Photographer's WAREHOUSE
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Photographer's WAREHOUSE
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Shooters OF U.S.A. LAB
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Shooters OF U.S.A. LAB
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American Photo Video
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American Photo Video
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SNAP SHOTS
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Push here, protozoa
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We've seen single-use box cameras adapted for panoramas, telephoto, underwater, close-up, and even fisheye and multi-image special effects. What could possibly be next? A microscope adapter for disposables? Yup. That’s right: The Carton Optical Co. of Japan is marketing an inexpensive adapter kit (about $18 to $27, depending on the kit) to plant your Fuji QuickSnap atop the focusing tube.
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SNAP SHOTS
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A talent strutk down
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Three years ago Louis Carlos Bernal, 51, a noted photographer and teacher, was struck by a car as he rode his bicycle to work as head of the photography program at Pima Community College in Phoenix, AZ. To this day, he remains in a coma, requiring round-the-clock home health care.
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SNAP SHOTS
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A can-do attitude
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You’re a dedicated activist and a prolific photographer. What do you do with those pesky nonbiodegradable plastic film cans? Well, if you’re New York art photographer Flo Fox, you save ’em. Better under your bed than in a landfill, right?
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SNAP SHOTS
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Legendary portraits
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Yousuf Karsh achieved international fame when his 1941 photograph of a defiant Winston Churchill appeared on the cover of Life. Since then he has photographed personalities ranging from presidents and popes to artists and humanitarians.
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SNAP SHOTS
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Redoubtable retouching
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Using an airbrush, pencils, and an unusually deep well of sensitivity, photographer and photo restorationist Lloyd Hawkins, 72, of Jackson, MS, captures something that eludes many in his profession: the past. So often in photo restoration the same retouchers who airbrush out the stains and tears of damaged heirlooms eliminate the photo’s charming antique quality as well.
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SNAP SHOTS
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More on those lithium AA's
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In his November ’92 “Phototronics” column, James Bailey announced the commercial arrival of Eveready’s much-anticipated lithium AA’s. The new power cells plug in wherever AA alkalines go, but the lithiums provide dramatically longer active and shelf life, more juice, and faster recycling times than alkalines.
PopularPhotography_19930201_0100_002_0015.xml
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YOUR BEST SHOT
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YOUR BEST SHOT
The ordinary—bah humbug! From a gaudy shack to a sea of peppers, unusual subjects can beget great photos.
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"Your Best Shot" Entry Rules: You may send up to 20 of your best shots (transparencies or prints no larger than 8 × 12) along with a daytime phone number, Social Security number, and any pertinent technical data (such as camera, lens, exposure, film) to "Your Best Shot," POPULAR PHOTOGRAPH, 1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019.
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NATURE
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NATURE
Photographing in snow shouldn't run chills up your spine!
Equipment winterizing
How to work in snow
Spotmeter required
Cold-weather cautions
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B. "Moose" Peterson
What’s cold, wet, and white all over? Why, some of the best shooting in nature photography—snow! While some wildlife is hibernating under that white blanket of winter, most animals go about their daily activities and are surprisingly easy to photograph.
PopularPhotography_19930201_0100_002_0017.xml
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12,13,14,15
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SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
AF ZOOM SUPER 70
SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
AF ZOOM SUPER 100
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TRAVEL
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TRAVEL
Dazzle your camera with the sights of Hong Kong
Rural Hong Kong
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Joe Marvullo
What! You’re going to the Far East and not visiting Hong Kong? Impossible. You must go to the city that sits on a jeweled island throne overlooking the South China Sea like an Oriental empress: beautiful, mysterious, exotic, vibrant, and sensual.
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THE LAST WRAP-UP
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THE LAST WRAP-UP
New color meter from Minolta
The flashy side of Photokina
The view from afar
Optical arrivals
Doing more in the dark
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Like the Color Meter II it replaces, Minolta’s latest Color Meter IIIFmeasures the color ot light illuminating a subject so the photographer can determine the proper film and filtration to use. However, unlike the II, the IIIF can do it for flash as well as ambient light without plugging in any accessories.
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VIDEO
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VIDEO
Video at Photokina: Great camcorders and other good stuff.
Admirable accessories
Laudable lights
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Elinor H. Stecker
You wouldn’t want a camcorder that didn't have a viewfinder, would you? But vou'd reconsider it yon saw the Sharp VL-HL100U ViewCam. With this Hi8 camcorder, which was announced just after Photokina (the giant camera trade fair POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY reported on last month), instead of squinting through a conventional viewfinder, you look at a four-inch color liquid-crystal-display (LCD) screen.
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FIFTY YEARS AGO
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FIFTY YEARS AGO
How we looked and what we wrote back then
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Photographers were very much affected by the shortage of materials and equipment during the years of World War II. That’s why, in his February 1943 column, the editor of POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY urged readers not to hoard supplies, to avoid wasteful exposure bracketing, and to sell equipment they weren’t using.
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Nikon
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Nikon
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SLR
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SLR
Small SLRs that can autofocus in the dark? Well, why not?
Beware the good sturdy tripod: It might just break your back while you're carrying it
SLRs in Japan and Europe have warning beeps and automatic pop-up flash. So why don't our SLRs have these features?
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Herbert Keppler
It is often with pure envy that I watch a point-and-shooter whip out his compact lens/shutter camera from a pocket and get the picture even before I have a chance to take my SLR off my shoulder. Granted, his camera has a miserably small viewfinder with inaccurate framelines, usually a small choice of shutter speeds and apertures, limited zoom or no zoom at all, plus a primitive exposure system.
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AGFA
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AGFA
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FEATURES
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FILMS OF CHOICE
Which color films do pros prefer—and why? Thirteen explain their choices and show you the results!
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Peter Kolonia
WHEN we asked a group of working professionals why they choose the films they do, many cited rational and objective reasons. Often, choosing what to load boils down to a simple bread-and-butter equation: The emulsion that sells the most images to clients wins the photographer’s business—and, often, loyalty—for years to come.
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FEATURES
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95 COLOR FILMS COMPARED
Here's our up-to-the-minute, comprehensive rundown of what's available and what each film Can do.
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Michael J. McNamara
Even professional photographers get intimidated when they walk into a well-stocked photo store and try to choose from the almost limitless variety of color films lining the shelves. That was true when we first did our film charts in June '92, and it’s just as true today.
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FEATURES
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RINGING THE CHANGES
How consistent are color slide films and processing? Tests show they’re often not uniform. Here’s what you can do about it.
Slide film shot near expiration date can look very different
Sometimes off-color film batches slip out of good factories
Different processing labs can produce different results
Kodachrome processors seem to show more consistency
Which of these four different films would you choose?
Running the gamut
Build your own slide viewer
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Michael J. McNamara
Herbert Keppler
Every knowledgeable photographer shooting color print film realizes that occasionally even the best processing labs screw up in printing. Overall magenta casts, blue skies that turn out reddish, or washed-out faces are just some of the possible awfuls that can occur.
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FEATURES
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A PASSION FOR PENGUINS
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Breathes there a photographer who isn't captivated by penguins? Three feet tall, unable to fly, and looking for all the world like bumbling people dressed for a formal party—it's small wonder that Wolfgang Kaehler has made 18 trips to Antarctica and the Sub-Antarctica islands to photograph most of the 17 species of penguins.
PopularPhotography_19930201_0100_002_0029.xml
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TEST
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MINOLTA MAXXUM 9xi
QUICK GUIDE TO WHAT'S NEW
FEATURES AT A GLANCE
SPECIFICATIONS
TEST RESULTS:
METERING PATTERNS
AUTOFOCUS & TIME LAG
EXPOSURE ACCURACY AT FILM PLANE
SHUTTER SPEED ACCURACY
Secret features of the Maxxum 9xi
MINOLTA MAXXUM 28-80MM f/4-5.6 xi AF
SPECIFICATIONS:
Subjective Quality Factor
MINOLTA
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MINOLTA
MAXXUM 9xi
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Heavy-duty body with improved weather seals on back and controls. 1/12,000-sec top shutter speed; 1/300-sec synch speed with Maxxum dedicated flash units. Built-in exposure and flash bracketing, depth-of-field preview, PC flash terminal, eyepiece diopter control.
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TEST
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LABORATORY ANALYSIS
When a flash really is a strobe
Flash vs. shutter in 2:1 ratio mode
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One of the most notable features of the Maxxum 9xi is the new faster shutter. Minolta claims a top speed of 1/12,000 sec, 1/2 stop faster than the previous top speed of 1/8000 sec. While no commercially available shutter tester has been officially rated to test shutter speeds faster than 1/8000 sec, the Kyoritsu EF-8000 that we use.
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IDEAS!
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IDEAS!
Don't tratk up in your darkroom
For film cans with a checkered past
She's a fan of this print dryer
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Discovered a shortcut, adaptation, gadget, or procedure that your fellow photographers would find useful? Submit it with appropriate illustrations to POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY’S “Ideas!" column. If it’s selected, fame and fortune (well, up to $250) will be yours.
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Custom Photo Mfg.
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Custom Photo Mfg.
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LETTERS
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LETTERS
Listing list
"What exactly is the meaning or purpose of the manufacturer's list price?"
Against the grain
"I take offense at this presentation."
Shadow blues
Discarded data?
"Will we be able to store images without data loss?"
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I have a question about one set of data in your “35mm SLR Comparison Directory” in the November '92 issue [page 62). What exactly is the meaning or purpose of the manufacturer's list price? Without qualification or explanation, this information seems to have little value for comparison.
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SUNPAK
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SUNPAK
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Tamrac, Inc.: 428 Correspondent's Photo Bag
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Tamrac, Inc.
428 Correspondent's Photo Bag
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SUNSET Color Lab.
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SUNSET Color Lab.
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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PHOTO SHOPPING CENTER
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GIFTIME DISCOUNT CENTER
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GIFTIME DISCOUNT CENTER
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INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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WALL STREET CAMERA, INC.
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47th St. Photo, Inc
SONY
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BI-RITE PHOTO & ELECTRONICS
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BI-RITE PHOTO & ELECTRONICS
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SONY
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MARINE PARK CAMERA & VIDEO INC.
Canon
MARINE PARK CAMERA & VIDEO INC.
Nikon
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focus camera & video
Canon
focus camera & video
PENTAX
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90
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NATIONAL CONSUMER ELECTRONICS &COMPUTER
SONY
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Panasonic
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EXECUTIVE PHOTO AND ELECTRONICS
Nikon
EXECUTIVE PHOTO AND ELECTRONICS
OLYMPUS
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TRI-STATE
Nikon
TRI-STATE
Canon
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BOOKS
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BOOKS
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On glancing through this beautifully printed volume, we couldn’t help but wonder, why another book of Walker Evans’ photographs? After all, most of these images appear in the two well-known Museum of Modern Art monographs from 1971 and 1988 (a reprint of a 1938 catalog), both of which are still available.
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PEACH STATE PHOTO
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PEACH STATE PHOTO
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ABE'S CAMERAS AND ELECTRONICS
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BEACH CAMERA
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BEACH CAMERA
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OMNI PHOTO
Canon
OMNI PHOTO
Nikon
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CAMERA WORLD: OLYMPUS
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CAMERA WORLD
OLYMPUS
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JUST OUT
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JUST OUT
Maxxumized power zoom
For stax o'pix
Lights (glub) camera
Spectra-cular meter
Johnny's first Sinar
You're such a card!
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“At last,” thought Minolta and Pentax. “Now that we’ve added power zoom to our Maxxum xi and Pentaz PZ cameras, we have a feature that pesky independent lens makers can’t offer.” Wrong. Allow us to present two lenses the independents “wouldn’t” make: the 28—70mm f/3.5—4.5 and 70— 210mm f/4—5.6 IA Intelligent Auto Sigma Zooms.
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SUPREME
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AAA Camera Exchange Inc.
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AAA Camera Exchange Inc.
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B&H PHOTO-VIDEO
MINOLTA
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FOTO CELL INC: Panasonic
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FOTO CELL INC
Panasonic
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Horrors! Our November ’92, all-inclusive “35mm SLR Comparison Directory” of national brands proved to be not all-inclusive enough. What did we leave out? Two compact, noninter-changeable-lens SLR lines, namely the Olympus IS-1, IS-2, and IS-3, and the Chinon Genesis II, III, and IV.
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