Issue: 19960401

Monday, April 1, 1996
April
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Sunday, December 28, 2014

Articles
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Canon U.S.A.,Inc.
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Canon U.S.A.,Inc.
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MINOLTA CORPORATION.INC.
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MINOLTA CORPORATION.INC.
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Nikon
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Nikon
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popular PHOTOGRAPHY
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popular PHOTOGRAPHY
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ZERO HALLIBURTON
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ZERO HALLIBURTON
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Kyocera Electronics Inc.: CONTAX G1
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Kyocera Electronics Inc.
CONTAX G1
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Snap Shots
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Snap Shots
The basic materials
The hope of hospice
Streets paved with...silver???
Not your ordinary workshop
Jones is the name; photojournalism's the game?
40-200mm f/174-385 zoom, 0 elements in one group!
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Ever wonder how people live in other parts of the world: What are their houses like? Do they own computers? What types of jobs do they have? What do they eat? Do they watch TV? What are their hopes, their fears, their dreams? Peter Menzel wondered, too. So he assembled a team of sixteen first-rate photojournalists who traveled to 30 countries around the globe in order to document the workaday lives, the struggles, hopes and, yes, even the material goods of families from Iceland to India, South Africa to Western Samoa.
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Your Best Shot
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Your Best Shot
Strike while the sea is hot, or the Polaroid is soft—in short, whenever photo opportunity unexpectedly knocks.
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1St ($300) Blazing wave: Believe it or not, this isn’t a brush fire at sea or a computer-generated fantasy, but a deep blue curling wave set ablaze by the setting sun. This past summer, Walter Pietrowicz of Bethpage, New York, was photographing the dramatic surf (the effect of a hurricane a few hundred miles off the coast) at the Fire Island National Seashore on Long Island, New York.
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GM Corp.
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GM Corp.
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FREEZE FRAME drops anchor in PUERTO RICO
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FREEZE FRAME drops anchor in PUERTO RICO
POP’S award-nominated cable TV series visits America’s Caribbean Commonwealth. Our goal? Surf-side sport, tropical adventure, and—oh, yes—great travel photography!
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Freeze Frame, the POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY-sponsored cable television series about better travel photography, sets sail next month for another destination rich in history, natural beauty, and photo potential: Puerto Rico. Airing in May and June on The Travel Channel, Freeze Frame will explore Puerto Rico’s natural and historic points of interest as seen through the eyes of famed travel photographer and Associated Press photography columnist Rick Sammon.
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SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
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SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
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SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMEICA: APO Tele Macro Lenses
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SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMEICA
APO Tele Macro Lenses
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0014.xml
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Canon
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Canon
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SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMERICA: Wide Angle Zoom Lenses
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SIGMA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
Wide Angle Zoom Lenses
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article
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Time Exposure
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Time Exposure
How we looked and what we wrote back then.
50 years ago
25 years ago
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J.S.
Does our April '46 cover portrait look a tad garish? It’s probably because some wag tried to "improve" it by inking in eyebrows, lashes, and teeth on our sample copy! The original studio pic (shot by noted West Coast pro Glen Fishback with a 5x7 Eastman View camera on 4x5 Kodachrome) is a lot more alluring.
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Puerto Rico
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Puerto Rico
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0018.xml
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ARGRAPH CORP.: CHINON
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ARGRAPH CORP.
CHINON
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SLR
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SLR
Ingeniously different, delightful to use Minolta Vectis S-1 goes to the top of the Advanced Photo System
Most Exciting New Minolta Vectis S-1 Features
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Herbert Keppler
Depend on it. Virtually all the first-generation Advanced Photo System (APS) point-and-shoot cameras are going to look like and often have much the same features as their 35mm brethren. Yes, many will appear a tad smaller, and all will provide system features unique to APS.
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Tamron Industries, Inc.
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Tamron Industries, Inc.
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Music Direct
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Music Direct
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POINT & SHOOT
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POINT & SHOOT
First Out of The Box: A Whole Line of APS Minoltas
Vectis UC
Vectis 25
Vectis 20
An APS Glossary
Vectis 40
And now, a few words about blizzard point-and-shooting...
An Olympian Feat: Scaling The Heights Of Smallness!
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Dan Richards
After all the hootin’ and hollerin’ about the new film and camera format called APS (Advanced Photo System), we’ve finally gotten a look at a real live product line—not just a single camera, not a prototype—from Minolta. Not surprisingly, the five point-and-shoot models in the lineup look very much like equivalent 35mm camera models.
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OK, What Does APS Mean Right Now?
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Let’s forget all the pie in the sky, gee-whiz, coming-soon hoopla and hype about APS ("Transmit your photos the moment you shoot them by satellite to grandma’s cellular modem!"). Let’s look instead at what APS can do for you right out of the box.
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PHOTOGRAPHIC MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS ASSOCIATION, INC
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PHOTOGRAPHIC MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS ASSOCIATION, INC
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Dunhill
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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THE FRIST ADVANCED PHOTO SYSTEM WAVE ROARS IN
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THE FRIST ADVANCED PHOTO SYSTEM WAVE ROARS IN
Late-breaking word on the latest APS cameras and gadgets
Kodak: 9 models span single use to sophisticated
Nikon: A trio of models, each in 2 flavors
Minolta: A major player plugs in a player
Fuji: A surprise SLR, and an APS scanner to boot
Canon: Elfin ELPH dances to a different APS drum
Equivalent what?
Kodak
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Kodak
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$229.95
Kodak
The Nuvis
Kodak
Photo Player VP-1
$200
Kodak
APS scanner
Dan Richards
With the official announcement of the Advanced Photo System by Kodak on February 1 came a flood of new cameras and system accessories from the Big Five of APS. Herewith, a rundown of those models revealed at press time. If some of the APS technical terms look unfamiliar, take a look at this month’s "SLR" and “Point & Shoot” (pages 23 and 28) for a discussion of them.
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Vivitar Corporation
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Vivitar Corporation
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THE SAUNDERS GROUP
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THE SAUNDERS GROUP
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Letters
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Letters
Parachute dump
Canada goose
Cause with a rebel
Remembering Norman
Zoom in focus? Nyet!
In Kodak we trust?
More mean screen
Cyberspace bandits
What's important?
Dangerous move
Gender bender
Cult oversight
Better late than never
Autophobia
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I am still trying to get together the cash to get a new camera, but I can tell you a story about my old one, and why I will buy only Nikon from now on. A few years ago, I had two great hobbies: photography and kite flying (I still love photography). I decided to combine the two hobbies and try taking some aerial photos.
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ToCAD America Inc.: SUNPAK
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ToCAD America Inc.
SUNPAK
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Video
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Video
Will the new digital camcorders make your present one a camcosaurus?
Digital audio, too!
The short list of digital camcorders
Still photo slide show
Big picture, small tape
Yet more tech
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Elinor Stecker-Orel
The long-rumored, long-awaited consumer digital video format has finally arrived. Do I hear shouts of, "Oh, no, not another video format"? Even if you’re one of these protesters, you’ll be shouting with delight when you see the improved picture and sound digital video can give you.
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Denver CO: TUNDRA SEA KING
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Denver CO
TUNDRA SEA KING
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Adorama: Polaroid
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Adorama
Polaroid
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ADORAMA: PRO-OPTIC
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PRO-OPTIC
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SLIK DIVISION OF TOCAD AMERICA, INC.
SLIK U8000 CLASSIC TITANIUM
SLIK DIVISION OF TOCAD AMERICA, INC.
SLIK U212 DELUXE
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Sint's View
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Sint's View
What’s the difference between a location photographer and a GREAT location photographer? It’s all in the packing!
Other options
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Steve Sint
There was a photographer—no names please!—who decided to reorganize his strobe cases. Into case No. 1, went the oomph, namely power packs and power cables. Case No. 2 got the lights: i.e. strobe heads, head cables, sync cords, and slaves. Sounds logical enough, right? But there’s something very wrong with this picture, and our photographer friend discovered it the first time he flew to a distant location shoot.
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QUANTUM INSTRUMENTS INC.
BANTAM BATTERY
QUANTUM INSTRUMENTS INC.
TURBO BATTERY
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FEATURES
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HOW TO GET SMASHING TRAVEL PHOTOS
Travel: Another word for exciting places waiting for you and your camera
Pleasure during business?
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Jason Schneider
No, you needn’t trek to the ends of the earth or venture to exotic locations to get great travel shots, but as the memorable pictures on these pages suggest, visual experiences that take you beyond the bounds of your usual surroundings can certainly stimulate your photographic creativity.
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FEATURES
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WHAT PRICE DIGITAL QUALITY?
How do digital camera pictures compare with 35mm? And each other?
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Michael J. McNamara
In a world where new digital cameras seem to appear weekly, is it time to trade your 35mm camera for a digital one? Some "experts" say it is, but in their rush to praise and promote high technology for its own sake, have they lost sight of (or never understood) the criteria for determining a good camera and photograph? Are digital cameras now, or will they ever be, able to deliver the image quality, ease of use, low cost, and other features that photographers have come to expect from 35mm film cameras? We’ll give you no-nonsense answers to these and other questions, and we’ll compare the image quality of several state-of-the-art digital point-and-shoot and SLR cameras to their 35mm film counterparts.
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DIGITAL POINT & SHOOTS
Fun to use and packed with features—but forget enlargements!
Kodak DC 50 756x504 pixels
Fuji DS 220 640x480 pixels
Chinon ES-3000 640x480 pixels
Apple QuickTake 150 640x480
Casio QV-10 480x240 pixels
Fuji QuickSnap Plus 35mm film
Software Drivers
Kodak
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Kodak
DC 50 756x504 pixels
$979
Kodak
DS 220 640x480 pixels
$1,500
Kodak
ES-3000 640x480 pixels
$889
Kodak
QuickTake 150 640x480
$739
Kodak
QV-10 480x240 pixels
$795
Kodak
QuickSnap Plus 35mm film
$10-15
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When if comes ro digital photography, it’s hard to know who to believe anymore. Recently, an article in a major computer magazine claimed that several popular digital P&S cameras priced below $1,000 “typically produce images comparable to those shot with a $20 box camera."
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DIGITAL SLR
Does your favorite SLR have a high-priced digital twin?
Kodak EOS DCS 5c
Minolta RD-175
Fujix DS 505
Kodak DCS 460
Nikon F3 Fujicolor Super G 400
Test results compared
Kodak
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Kodak
EOS DCS 5c
$11,995
Kodak
RD-175
$9,995
Kodak
DS 505
$12,780
Kodak
DCS 460
$27,995
Kodak
F3 Fujicolor Super G 400
$1,700
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Digital SLRs are a wonderful marriage of old and new. To the casual observer, a digital SLR appears rather similar to a normal SLR equipped with a motor drive. (Indeed, many are regular SLRs adapted to digital use.) Anyone familiar with an SLR can seamlessly adapt to its digital SLR version, if one exists.
PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0048.xml
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DIGITAL MEMORY
Will the "film" of the future be fast, flat, and affordable?
A case where smaller is better
A camera by any other name...
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Despite the wonderful features digital cameras offer, there's nothing worse than running out of storage space and being forced to download or erase images just to take a few more pictures. (Imagine having to process your film before you can shoot another roll!) But new technologies promise to make this problem a distant memory.
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DIGITAL COLOR
What causes digital color variations? What can be done about it?
A real-world color closeup
Will DV cameras rule the digital domain?
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Whether they know it or not, photographers have been pretty spoiled by the color accuracy and consistency of film. In fact, our film tests show that it’s becoming hard to see, and even harder to show color differences between similar speed color-print films.
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DIGITAL FORMATS
When is a 50mm lens not a 50mm lens? When it's on a digital SLR!
Compared to 35mm film
Is size all that matters?
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So, you’ve decided to run down to the digital camera store on your block (ha!) to pick up that fancy megabuck model integrating your favorite SLR body. After all, you’ll be able to use it with your vast collection of lenses to capture any scene with electronic ease.
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DIGITAL FUTURE
POP PHOTO’S crystal ball predicts exciting future for digital photography.
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"May you live in interesting times!" This exhortation is considered an ancient oriental curse, not a blessing, and it may have been placed upon camera industry experts who are trying simultaneously to keep up with the advancements in digital cameras, APS cameras, and 35mm cameras.
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FEATURES
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Amusing LENSES FROM NIKON?
have a Nikon does so have a sense of humor!
Un-nesting the 400mm tele
Making the macro a soft-focus lens
Changing the macro lens from 1:3 to 1:1.4
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Herbert Keppler
You might expect it from Canon. Our Canon friends both in Japan and the U.S. have a sly sense of fun, even when it comes to their own products. On introducing the original Canon Photura point-and-shoot 35mm camera at a press conference some years ago, the Canon exec said this: “And now, something different from Canon—a photographic beer mug."
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TEST
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ADORAMA M-SERIES
Subjective Quality Factor
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Hands on: The 21mm f/2.8 from Adorama is very nicely finished in satin chrome (depth-of-field ring at rear is shiny chrome); relatively lightweight and compact for its class, has very smooth, well damped, quick focusing action via heavily knurled ring; balances very well on M-series Leicas.
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TEST
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TOKINA AT-X PRO 80-200mm f/2.8
Subjective Quality Factor
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Hands on: A black, industrial look, smooth crinkle finish. Large zoom and focusing rings wrapped in a rubberized material, deeply scored with contrasting patterns that make the rings distinguishable by touch and very grippable. When focused on infinity, amply-calibrated focusing ring doubles as push-pull AF/manual switch, an improvement over the focus mode switch on previous 80-200mm f/2.8; uses clutch mechanism to disengage outer focusing ring in AF mode, thus less load for the focusing motor and AF noticeably smoother, quieter.
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Hands! ON!
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Hands! ON!
Fuji GA645 Professional: How good is the world’s only medium-format autofocus camera? Better in the hand than it looks on paper!
Fuji GA645
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J. Schneider
You can’t always judge a camera by perusing its spec sheet. One of the best proofs of this is Fuji’s remarkable GA645 Professional, the first and only medium-format autofocus camera. Aside from its sophisticated autofocusing capability, the camera’s basic specifications seem fairly pedestrian—non-inter-changeable 60mm f/4 lens, interlens leaf shutter, integral right-hand grip, and a small, built-in pop-up flash of modest power output.
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Photographer's WAREHOUSE
The Essential MEDALight PG4001ML Monolight
Photographer's WAREHOUSE
The Ultimate PG40 Monolight Combination Kit
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Tamrac, Inc.
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Tamrac, Inc.
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BEACH CAMERA
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BEACH CAMERA
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Shooters
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Shooters
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CAMERA WORLD CO.
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CAMERA WORLD CO.
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0064.xml
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98
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AMPHIBICO INC.
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AMPHIBICO INC.
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0065.xml
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99
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Popular Photography
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0066.xml
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100,101,102
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PHOTO SHOPPING
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0067.xml
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103
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HASSELBLAD
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HASSELBLAD
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0068.xml
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104
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MAMIYA AMERICA CORPORATION
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MAMIYA AMERICA CORPORATION
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0069.xml
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104
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Paul C. Buff, Inc.
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Paul C. Buff, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0070.xml
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105
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POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0071.xml
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106,107,108,109
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Cambridge Camera Exchange, Inc.
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Cambridge Camera Exchange, Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0072.xml
article
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110,144
Photo tronics
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Photo tronics
Battery testers: Do you need one? And if so, which kind should you buy?
Quick, pick a tester!
Put lithiums to the test
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James Bailey
Battery testers have only one function: they help you weed out weak batteries, either at the point of purchase or before you install them. This is all the most sophisticated and expensive tester can do—nothing more. Even though they are useful accessories and you should definitely have one handy, none of them can predict how much longer a battery will last.
PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0073.xml
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B&H PHOTO-VIDEO
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B&H PHOTO-VIDEO
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0074.xml
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142
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AAA CAMERA EXCHANGE, INC.
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AAA CAMERA EXCHANGE, INC.
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0075.xml
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143
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GARDEN STATE CAMERE & VIDEO
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GARDEN STATE CAMERE & VIDEO
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0076.xml
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144
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Popular Photography
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0077.xml
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145,146,147
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ABE'S CAMERAS AND ELECTRONICS
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ABE'S CAMERAS AND ELECTRONICS
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0078.xml
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148
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BI-RITE PHOTO & ELECTRONICS
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BI-RITE PHOTO & ELECTRONICS
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0079.xml
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149
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WORLDWIDE ENTERPRISES
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WORLDWIDE ENTERPRISES
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0080.xml
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150,151,152,153
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TRI STATE CAMERA & VIDEO
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TRI STATE CAMERA & VIDEO
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0081.xml
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154
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A&I Camera Classics Ltd.
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A&I Camera Classics Ltd.
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0082.xml
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155
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0083.xml
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156,157
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MARINE PARK CAMERA & VIDEO INC.
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MARINE PARK CAMERA & VIDEO INC.
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0084.xml
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158,159,160,161,162
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focus Camera & Video
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focus Camera & Video
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0085.xml
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163
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0086.xml
review
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Just Out
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Just Out
Family album goes digital
Marriage of convenience
Brush-on photography
Formula(s) for success
Slick Slik
Slide rules rule!
Replacing mercuries
Happiness is just a flush away
Twenty-three skidoo
Delrina Consumer Software
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Delrina Consumer Software
Kodak’s Photo CD
$49
Delrina Consumer Software
Carrying Cases
$19.95
Delrina Consumer Software
Emulsion
$29.95
Delrina Consumer Software
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Delrina Consumer Software
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$169.95
Delrina Consumer Software
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$11.95
Delrina Consumer Software
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Delrina Consumer Software
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$24.95
Delrina Consumer Software
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$815980
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The traditional family photo album would seem worlds apart from high-tech computing, but the two indeed merge in Delrina’s "Echo Lake" photo album for computers. Technically, a very user-friendly multimedia authoring tool, Echo Lake uses an antique roll-top desk as its colorful graphical interface.
PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0087.xml
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165,166,167,168,169,170,171
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SMILE PHOTO & VIDEO
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SMILE PHOTO & VIDEO
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0088.xml
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172,173
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Coast to Coast Camera Inc.
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Coast to Coast Camera Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0089.xml
article
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174
What's ON
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What's ON
Exhibits, Contests & Workshops
EXHIBITIONS
CONTESTS
WORKSHOPS
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA The New American Ghetto; through April; A Recent View of Architecture: Photographs by Paul Warchol; through April 18. National Building Museum, 401 F Sr., NW, Washington 20001; 202272-2448. Stephen P. Huyler: "Painted Prayers," Photographs of Women’s Art in Village India; through April 7. Arthur Sackler Gallery, 1050 Independence Ave., SW, Washington 20560; 202-357-2700.
PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0090.xml
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174
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CCI CAMERA CITY Inc.
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CCI CAMERA CITY Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0091.xml
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175
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CCI CAMERA CITY Inc.
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CCI CAMERA CITY Inc.
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0092.xml
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176,177
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Family Photo & Video
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Family Photo & Video
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0093.xml
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178,179,180,181
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EXECUTIVE PHOTO AND ELECTRONICS
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EXECUTIVE PHOTO AND ELECTRONICS
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0094.xml
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182
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ADORAMA
KODAK DC 40
ADORAMA
CHINON ES3000
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0095.xml
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183,184,185,186,187,188,189,190,191,192,193,194
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ADORAMA Inc
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ADORAMA Inc
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0096.xml
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195
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Index to Advertisers
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0097.xml
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195
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ADORAMA
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ADORAMA
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0098.xml
article
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196
Too hot to handle
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Too hot to handle
Honest, forthright answers to your most probing questions
Retro racket
Ol’ red eyes is back?
Pentax envy
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In the article “How electronic buttons came to a halt and the knob-and-dial retro revolution began” [“SLR," February ’96, page 18], I found the writer to be totally lacking in journalistic talent, at least where this article is concerned.
PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0099.xml
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197
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Chrysler Corporation: Jeep
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Chrysler Corporation
Jeep
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0100.xml
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198
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MAMIYA AMERICA CORPORATION: Mamiya 7
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MAMIYA AMERICA CORPORATION
Mamiya 7
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PopularPhotography_19960401_0060_004_0101.xml