Issue: 19960801

Thursday, August 1, 1996
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MAMIYA AMERICA CORPORATION
THE MAMIYA 645 SVX PACK
MAMIYA AMERICA CORPORATION
THE MAMIYA 645 SV PACK
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PENTAX CORPORATION
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PENTAX CORPORATION
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ToCAD America Inc.: SUNPAK
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ToCAD America Inc.
SUNPAK
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popular PHOTOGRAPHY
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ADORAMA INC.
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ADORAMA INC.
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Snap shots
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Snap shots
$35,000 for “slices of reality”
Moon rise over cyberspace
Positively negative on sports!
World’s priciest pinhole
Kodak founds a forum
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“I ough and tender, sweet and bitter slices of...reality.” That’s what they’ve called Debbie Fleming Caffery’s images of life in the southern Louisiana cane fields, Portugal, and Mexico. They’ve won more than admiration. San Diego’s Museum of Photographic Arts recently announced it was awarding Caffery the first $3.5,000 Lou Stoumen Grant for her photographs.
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Your Best Shot
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Your Best Shot
How do you create a visual icon? Crop out the irrelevant, and reveal the bare essentials.
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1st ($300) Lend me your ear: Comradery + tomfoolery = photo opportunity. On a six-week journey along the 2,400 miles of the legendary Route 66, Laura Noel of Danville, Georgia, stepped into Cork’s Conoco Station in Clinton, Oklahoma, to use the pay phone, and was invited by owners Cork and Opal Allen to photograph their domino game.
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Canon U.S.A., Inc.
EOS-A2E
Canon U.S.A., Inc.
EOS-1N
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SLR
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SLR
We can zoom continuously from 18mm to 500mm with only three lenses. But are we missing something along the way?
Three ways to go 28-300mm but none perfect!
CHART A SUBJECTIVE QUALITY FACTOR (SQF) AT 100-105MM FOR 16X20-INCH ENLARGEMENT
How about mid-range zooms?
CHART B SUBJECTIVE QUALITY FACTOR (SQF) AT 50MM FOR 16X20-INCH ENLARGEMENT
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Herbert Keppler
We’ve come far since the ’50s when we often were satisfied with the 50mm f/1.4, f/1.7, f/1.8, f/1.9, or f/2 lens that came with our SLR. We subsequently bought 35mm and 135mm f/2.8 or f/3.5 or faster lenses to go with the 50mm and many of us discovered that a 105mm f/2.5 lens, first created by Nikon, was a bit handier than 135mm, and easier to hold steady.
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SIGMA
NEW! 28-200mm F3.8-5.6 UC Aspherical
SIGMA
24-70mm F3.5-5.6 Aspherical
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SIGMA
70-300mm F4-5.6 DL Macro
SIGMA
28-80mm F3.5-5.6 Mini Zoom Aspherical Macro
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SIGMA
APO Zoom Macro 70-300mm F4-5.6
SIGMA
APO Zoom Macro 70-21 Omm F3.5-4.5
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FUJI PHOTO FILM U.S.A., INC.
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FUJI PHOTO FILM U.S.A., INC.
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, inc
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, inc
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, inc.: Tokina
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, inc.
Tokina
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Konica U.S.A., Inc.
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Konica U.S.A., Inc.
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
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Time Exposure
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Time Exposure
How we looked and what we wrote back then.
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What happens when a prestigious photojournalist poses a perky bathing beauty at the beach? Lisa Larsen’s August ’46 cover portrait of oh-so-smiley Paramount starlet Virginia Welles playing in the sand is the campy result. Larsen used a 3¼x4¼ Anniversary Speed Graphic with 10.5mm f/4..5 Zeiss Tessar lens, exposed Kodachrome Daylight sheet film for 1/100 sec at f/6.3.
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FUJI PHOTO FILM U.S.A.,INC.
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FUJI PHOTO FILM U.S.A.,INC.
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FEATURES
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BREAKING THE APS CODE
What are all those strange markings on the back of APS prints? Here’s how to decipher them.
More info on line two!
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Jason Schneider
Despite the muffled grumbling of some die-hard 35mm fans on our staff, we’ve generally been quite pleased with the performance of the APS cameras we’ve been shooting informally over the past few months. However, up till now we’ve been sending our exposed APS cassettes off to special labs set up by Kodak and Fuji to service influential insiders like photo industry bigwigs and (ahem) magazine editors.
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Nikon Inc.
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Nikon Inc.
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new forntiers
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new forntiers
IMAGE TODAY & TOMORROW
Three new digital cameras target low, middle, and high-end users. And there’s no end in sight for more.
Canon's digital debut
Polaroid's PDC-2000
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Michael J. McNamara
Are you tired of waiting for the price of digital cameras to drop before you take the leap into electronic photography? If so, you’re not alone. It’s pretty hard to justify paying $600 and higher for cameras that can’t even match the image quality from a singleuse camera (“What price digital quality?”
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RITZ CAMERA CENTERS
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RITZ CAMERA CENTERS
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shooters OF U.S.A. LAB
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shooters OF U.S.A. LAB
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RICOH: SHOTMASTER 130 Super QD
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RICOH
SHOTMASTER 130 Super QD
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FEATURES
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NATURE PHOTO TIPS FOR TYROS
Here’s highly useful, basic advice from world-famous outdoor photographer & author, Heather Angel.
How to Modify Natural Light
Points to Watch
Fill-Flash Adds Impact
Points to Watch
Capturing Movement
Points to Watch
Points to Watch
Capturing CloseRange Details
Freezing Action with Flash
Maximizing Depth of Field
Choosing Best Focal Length
Points to Watch
Points to Watch
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Heather Angel
Most often I prefer to use naked, unfiltered lenses on my cameras, but there are times when available light needs to be enhanced by filtration. The filter I use most is a polarizer, to eliminate the skylight reflection from the surface of water and thereby enrich the colors of fish and submerged plants.
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Fujifilm
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Fujifilm
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Travel
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Travel
You can shoot Martha’s Vineyard, just off Cape Cod, in one day
Capture the motion
Try shooting from the ferry
Use your polarizer
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Carol Lundeen
When I stepped onto the triangular island four miles south of Cape Cod with my Contax 139 camera loaded with Fujichrome RD 100 film, I was unaware that Martha’s Vineyard offers photographers much more than New England lighthouses, miles of bleached sand beaches, and quiet harbors.
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Photography WAREHOUSE
PG3001 MLB Pro Strobe
Photography WAREHOUSE
PG 4000D Monolight
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Dunhill
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Letters
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Letters
Not an original
Betrayed again
Liberated at last
Plastic praised
Plastic panned
Doctor DePhoto
Holga envy
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I was annoyed by a purported claim of originality in a recent advertisement for the Contax AX autofocus SLR. As stated in the ad: “This revolutionary concept moves the film plane instead of the lens to obtain focus.” “Brilliant ingenuity!” says Herbert Keppler in his “SLR” column on the Contax AX in the May issue [page 15].
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tamrac: LENSGATE
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tamrac
LENSGATE
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ToCAD America Inc.: SUNPAK
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ToCAD America Inc.
SUNPAK
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ToCAD America Inc.: SLIK 300DX
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ToCAD America Inc.
SLIK 300DX
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THE SAUNDERS GROUP: DOMIE
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THE SAUNDERS GROUP
DOMIE
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Popular Photography
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FEATURES
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HOW PROS PHOTOGRAPH ANIMALS
All you need Is the right equipment? Sure, then just climb a 45-foot tree to get at that owl or maneuver a tiger to peek out from a patch of bamboo. It’s a snap! But sometimes it is!
PHOTO TIP FROM A PRO
PHOTO TIPS FROM THE PROS
PHOTO TIPS FROM THE PROS
PHOTO TIPS FROM A PRO
PHOTO TIPS FROM THE PROS
PHOTO TIPS FROM THE PROS
PHOTO TIPS FROM A PRO
PHOTO TIPS FROM THE PROS
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Herbert Keppler
You may think taking animal pictures is as easy as falling off a log. Stalk ’em patiently until they drop into your camera, and voilà, nature is yours. Bull. After selecting our 25 photos from the 5,000 pictures originally gathered by Picture Editor Monica Cipnic, we contacted each photographer for details.
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DISCOVERY
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DISCOVERY
Whether from inside or outside the bus, Tom Wood’s images show the keen isolation of the crowd.
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Dan Richards
It is a peculiar, and sometimes troubling, irony of urban life that many of the situations most teeming with humanity are those most manifestly devoid of human contact. Consider the private lives on the public conveyance: Even packed elbow to elbow, riders on the town bus or city subway gird themselves with an enforced anonymity, an almost militant isolation.
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FEATURES
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HOW CAMERAS BREAK
Read it, and weep. And then reform thy ways.
Impact damage, new style
Impact damage, old style
A drowned mechanical camera
A drowned electronic camera
Wear: more than just parts
The boneyard: How shops fix old cameras
The boneyard: How shops fix old cameras
Adjustments old and new
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Dan Richards
Most people think of the heart-stopping drop when they think of impact damage. But more often, damage is done to cameras by bumping into things rather than by a direct drop, and an innocent-looking little handbag can be just as deadly as a brick wall.
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FEATURES
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APS vs 35MM: Which is Sharper?
We test both using the same lens and SLR cameras! The difference in quality? You’ll be surprised.
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Peter Kolonia
Our preliminary APS field test conducted earlier this year (“Advanced Photo System,” March '96, page 28) pitted a Kodak point-and-shoot APS camera using Kodak’s Advantix 200 film against a 35mm Pentax compact loaded with 35mm Royal Gold 200.
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RITZ CAMERA CENTERS
Kodak DC 20 Digital Camera
RITZ CAMERA CENTERS
Epson Photo PC Digital Camera
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TIME LIFE PHOTO LABORATORIES
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TIME LIFE PHOTO LABORATORIES
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RITZ CAMERA CENTERS: QUANTARAY TECH l0 AUTOFOCUS ZOOM LENSES
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RITZ CAMERA CENTERS
QUANTARAY TECH l0 AUTOFOCUS ZOOM LENSES
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P.O. Box 7234. Denver. CO
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P.O. Box 7234. Denver. CO
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BEACH CAMERA
Canon ES5000
BEACH CAMERA
Canon ES2000
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Ask the collector
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Ask the collector
Epistolary riposte on a Golden Leica plus a small cache of curious Japanese 35s.
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Jason Schneider
Dear Editor, Your February ’96 issue features an article (“Snapshots,” page 15) on fake Leicas produced in the USSR. I have in my possession a similar product (goldcolored brass?), and the photo is enclosed (see photo below). Is a camera like this worth the $3,000 Saul Kaminsky is asking?
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CAMERA WORLD
AX-AF
CAMERA WORLD
RTS-III
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CAMEAR WORLD
Canon
CAMEAR WORLD
PENTAX
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Studiomate: CAMCORDER BATTERIES
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Studiomate
CAMCORDER BATTERIES
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The National Arbor Day Foundation
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The National Arbor Day Foundation
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What's ON
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What's ON
Exhibitions, Contests & Workshops
EXHIBITIONS
CONTESTS
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ARIZONA Aaron Siskind and Max Yavno: Two Visions of Mexico; through Sept. 15. Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, 843 E. University Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85721, 602621-7968. CALIFORNIA Ansel Adams: Early Vintage Photographs; through Aug.
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TAMRON
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TAMRON
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COMPUTER VIDEO INC.
Panasonic
COMPUTER VIDEO INC.
SHARP
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Lucky Photographer's: PENTAX ZX-5
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Lucky Photographer's
PENTAX ZX-5
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TRAVEL, SCHOOLS & WORKSHOPS
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PHOTO SHOPPING
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review
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Just Out
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Just Out
A case of case-envy
Quantum leap
Holy Zorkendorfer!
Multi-talented monopod
The eye’s have it
X-actly!
Tifien Mfg. Co.
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Tifien Mfg. Co.
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$19.95
While 35mm users can choose from thousands of gadgets, gimmicks, and geegaws, many mediumformat shooters suffer from accessory deprivation. Take cases. While you’ll find full system cases for 2¼ SLR systems, you don’t find many cases for individual cameras (as with 35mm and TLR cameras). Until now. Zing, purveyor of the finest in neoprene, has a medium-format “stuff pouch” that’s designed to protect, say, a Hasselblad SLR (or anything so shaped) from nicks, scratches, moisture, and dust. In addition to the 5 mm wall of neoprene, you get a drawstring, belt loops, and a shoulder strap...all for $19.95. Not bad! (Zing Designs, 351 Ninth St., Suite 202, San Francisco, CA 94103; 415-626-9454.)
Tifien Mfg. Co.
Quantum Battery Pack 2
Makers of the Bantam and Quantum battery packs show they’re keeping pace with the recent introduction of modules for the newest flash units from Canon and Nikon. The XF3 (for Bantams) or MF3 (for Quantums), for example, replace the batteries in Canon’s 380KX flash, and are said to yield more consistent recharging and 40-percent more flashes per battery-set than alkalines. The XKZ2 (Bantam) and MKZ2 (Quantum 1/1) are claimed to do the same with Nikon’s SB-27 flash, but with a difference: these modules also fit Nikon’s SB24, SB25, and SB26, Canon’s 540EZ, and Contax’s TLA 360 flashes. Talk about good connections! Also new from Quantum: the MY module that lets you power a Mamiya RZ67 Fro II or 645 Fro from a Quantum Battery Pack 2. Prices vary. (Quantum Instruments, 1075 Stewart Ave., Garden City, NY 11530; 516-222-0611.)
Tifien Mfg. Co.
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$3,295
Working with Zorkendorfer, Mamiya has brought out the Zork 150mm f/5.6 APOSironar-S PC lens for the RZ and RB “SB” 67 cameras. Mounting between body and lens, the ball joint-style tilt/shift mechanism can operate in any direction. The tilting mechanism moves the lens through a 15-degree arc, while the shift has a 20mm movement in either direction. Equipped with this lens, an RZ can focus between 31 inches and 30 feet—limited, but fine for most studio work. The new lens brings the adaptability of a view camera to the rollfilm arena. List price, $3,295. For info, contact Mamiya at 914-347-3300.
Tifien Mfg. Co.
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$69
Many a hiking photographer has tried to press a monopod into service as a walking stick...only to be disappointed. I he top sections of most are 1 just too narrow to get a good grip on, and most are alun minum which, in winter, can get uncomfortably cold. These monopods also transmit every jarring thud to vour body, a problem in rocky terrain. Enter Davis and Sanford’s Deluxe 4Section Monopod. Especially suited to the hiking photogra: pher, the 15-inch top section of this 64-incher is wrapped in closed-cell foam which won’t absorb water or sweat, and is as easy on the hands as it is to grip. The rubberized, collartype section locks are also easy on the paws. At 1 lb 3 oz, it’s lightweight, and with a 21½inch collapsed length, it slips easily into most backpacks. Also nice: the nonslip rubberized foot hides a retractable spike that’s perfect for spearing dinner! List price is $69 from Tifien Mfg. Co. (90 Oser Ave., I iauppauge, NY 1 1788; 516-273-2500).
Tifien Mfg. Co.
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$1,599
When you look at something, your eye automatically brings it into focus. Thanks to Canon’s Eye Control technology, their ES5000 camcorder works the same way: you look at something, and the camcorder focuses on it. But it doesn’t stop there. You can also start or stop recording, zoom, insert a title, add a special effect, or activate a wide variety of creative scene transitions (i.e. fade to black)— all via Eye Control. There’s more to the ES 5 000 ($1,599) than Eye Control, however. Advanced video makers get full manual control of exposure and white balance, and there’s a 40X digital zoom (20X optical), plus, says Canon, an improved image stabilization system. (Canon U.S.A., Inc., One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 1 1042.)
Tifien Mfg. Co.
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$4.95
Some things never change—and then they change. The X-acto utility knives that photographers and artists have used since the beginning of time, haven’t changed since then either. Until now. X-acto’s knife for the 21st century, the X2000, has a nice, contoured handle of non-slip rubberized materia! that’s soft to the touch and easier to hold. The design prevents rolling, and its safety cap snaps nicely onto the back of the knife making the cap harder to lose. In four different colors (we can’t decide between cranberry and teal), the knife also has its blade-locking mechanism located mid-handle instead of near its finger-slicing business end, as heretofore. Nicest thing? That price: still only $4.95. (Hunt Mfg., One Commerce Square, 2005 Market St., Philadelphia, FA 19103-7085; 215-656-0300.)
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Mamiya America Corp.
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Mamiya America Corp.
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Cambridge Camera Exchange, Inc.
Cambron DIG IT-AL
Cambridge Camera Exchange, Inc.
Cambron Duo Lite
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B&H PHOTO-VIDEO
HITACHI
B&H PHOTO-VIDEO
SHARP
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140,141
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M&M PHOTO SOURCE, LTD
Kodak
M&M PHOTO SOURCE, LTD
FARGO
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ABE'S
Canon
ABE'S
Nikon
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SUNSET CUSTOM COLOR PRINTS
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SUNSET CUSTOM COLOR PRINTS
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CAMERA & LENS TEST INDEX
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CAMERA & LENS TEST INDEX
LENS TESTS 1990-1996
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AAA CAMERA EXCHANGE, INC.
Canon
AAA CAMERA EXCHANGE, INC.
Nikon
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148,149
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WORLDWIDE
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WORLDWIDE
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CASIO
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WESTBURY
Canon
WESTBURY
PENTAX
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152,153,154,155,156,157,158,159
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SMILIE PHOTO & VIDEO
CANON
SMILIE PHOTO & VIDEO
NIKON
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focus Camera & Video
OLYMPUS
focus Camera & Video
YASHICA
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165
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GARDEN STATE
Canon
GARDEN STATE
Nikon
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166
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A&I Camera Classics Ltd.: CANON
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A&I Camera Classics Ltd.
CANON
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167
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The FILM SHOP
KODACOLOR
The FILM SHOP
KODACOLOR MULTI-PACK
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168,169
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CCI CAMERA CITY Inc.
Canon
CCI CAMERA CITY Inc.
Nikon
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170,171
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MARINE PARK CAMERA & VIDEO INC.
Vivitar
MARINE PARK CAMERA & VIDEO INC.
SIGMA
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Tristate Vamera & Video
Nikon
Tristate Vamera & Video
Canon
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family photo & video
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family photo & video
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ADORAMA
KODAK DC 40 Digital Camera
ADORAMA
Kodak DC 50 Digital Zoom Camera
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ADORAMA INC.
Nikon LS-1000 Super Coolscan Slide Scanner
ADORAMA INC.
Nikon LS-4500AF
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Too hot to handle
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Too hot to handle
Honest, forthright answers to your most probing questions
Rube awakenings
Phantom lenses?
Brainwashed on plastic?
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A major portion of the March ’96 issue’s front cover is dedicated to “How to Shoot at Dawn & Dusk.” Being an amateur photographer who likes to shoot at sunrise and sunset, I took the bait and purchased the magazine at a newsstand, hoping to learn how to improve my capabilities in these specific lighting conditions.
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Chrysler Corporation: Jeep
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Chrysler Corporation
Jeep
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194
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Michael P. Turco: TAMRON
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Michael P. Turco
TAMRON
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