Issue: 19990501

Saturday, May 1, 1999
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KODAK
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Nikon.
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MINOLTA: MAXXUM 9
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MAXXUM 9
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ToCAD America Inc.
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ToCAD America Inc.
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SNAPSHOTS
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Far-out Far Fast
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N.M
Two traveling exhibits demonstrate the breadth and beauty of Asian art. And if they’re not visiting your town, check out some Asia-influenced photographs on the Internet. Postwar Tokyo provides the gritty backdrop for Daido Moriyama’s “Stray Dogs” series of black-and-white photographs.
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SNAPSHOTS
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Gold among the silver nitrate
Wanted: Adventurous types with lust for' photography and travel; must be 16 or older; no experience necessary.
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N.M
Embard on a treasure hunt of the photographic kind. Earthwatch Institute, a nonprofit organization, seeks volunteers to travel to Arequipa, Peru, to uncover hidden photographic treasures in the unexplored Vargas Brothers Archive.
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SNAPSHOTS
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Earliest photo portrait?
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World’s first photographie portrait? Probably. This reproduction of a likeness of the French naturalist painter Nicholas Huet was made by Louis J.M. Daguerre in 1837, two years before the official announcement of his landmark daguerreotype process, generally credited as the first practical method of producing permanent photographic images.
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SNAPSHOTS
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Art movements
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These days, it seems, some very important photographs have trouble sitting still. Recently, through both donations and major purchases, large collections have pulled up their roots and moved to new homes in museums and galleries across the nation.
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Where is the simplest 35mm loading' system? Try Poland!
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E.K
No joke. While Kodak concentrates its major point-and-shoot efforts on APS -Advanced Photo Systemin the United States, there’s a whole world out there where APS processing and lithium batteries aren’t available. What hath Kodak wrought for them? A new 35mm point-and-shoot camera family with Easyload. Just open the side door, slip the 35mm film leader into the little slot, and close the door. Simple as 1,2, umm, no 3. Kodak launched the three-model KF20, KE40, and KE50 family with its APS ish Easyload in Poland late in 1997, and the whole line is now doing spectacularly wherever it’s sold (which is in most regions, except the U.S. and Western Europe). The top-of-the-Rochester--made line KF50 has 29mm f/5.6 three-element all-glass lens, two-zone AF to 3 feet, Sensalite flash (on all models), and program speeds 1 /60 to 1 /200 sec. It is powered by two AA cells. We tried Easyload. It’s the easiest 35mm loading system ever—East or West. Kodak KE product supervisors hope to see cam eras with Easyload introduced in the U.S. Plans are under way to develop smaller, prettier Easyload cameras with zoom lenses. Maybe SLR makers ought to look into obtaining licenses. Good work, Kodak tigers. Give us some Easyloads here.E.K.
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YOUR BESTSHOT
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Take your time composing? Fuhgeddaboutit! For some incredible shots, you gotta act quick! 1st ($300) Tlie pushy and the pious: Walking through New York City’s Grand Central Station, V. M. Boogie of Sunny-|0 side, New York, spied this nun seated with her collection plate facing the onslaught of rush hour commuters streaming off a busy escalator.
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SLR
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Unique, daring, and incredible close-focusing 28-30Omm Tamron
BOOK REVIEW
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you think that being an editor on a photographic magazine must be pure delight, you’re right. It’s like-working in a toy store for grownups and getting to play with all the toys—usually before our readers know they exist. For important photo Easy one-hand operation:
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Pentax Corporation
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Pentax Corporation
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adaptec: CD Creator :v3.5
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MAMIYA AMERICA CORPORATION: Mamiya 645 PRO TL
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THK PHOTO PRODUCTS, INC.
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DIGITALFOCUS
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Got a computer? Here's what you need to turn it into an imaging system!
SCANNERS
PRINTER HEAVEN
HOTSHOTS
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Jon Pepper
When we started our three-part coverage last month of what is—and isn’t—necessary' for your own digital darkroom, we mentioned that a computer, monitor, printer, scanner, and camera form the basics of a digital setup. We pretty much covered the first two components, and given the number of households that currently have one or more personal computers, you may already own a basic system.
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POINT&SHOOT
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Funky finds, great gizmos, kooky koncepts for compact cameras
SLR "finder blink" in a compact camera?
800-speed film strikes again!
No more excuse for not carrying a tripod for your P/S
The greening of the Konica Revio
Party hearty with noisy camera kit!
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Dan Richards
Every camera show has those big, big introductions—the major new models and upgrades that you can read about in our PMA show report in this issue. But every show also has lots of little bits—amusing, offbeat, sometimes eccentric oddments.
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OLYMPUS
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SIGMA
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TIME EXPOSURE
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How we looked and what we wrote back then.
50 years ago
25 years ago
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Reflective surfaces crea striking effects, and our May ’49 cover shot by New York illustrator Jon Abbot is a fine example. He placed a front-surface mirror under model Gretchen North’s chin and asked her to look down. Red velvet draped around the model completes the picture.
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SIGMA: Sigma APO
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Sigma APO
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HANDSON
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If low price is paramount and you're prepared to settle for a basic, bare-bones, manual-everything SLR, check out the Phoenix PI.
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Jason Schneider
You say you're seeking a stone-simple, manual metering, manual-focus SLR of decent quality that accepts lenses in a popular mount, and you want to acquire it as inexpensively as possible? Consider the Phoenix Pl, a basic, budget(if not bargain-) priced SLR if ever there was one.
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PHOTOLIFESTYLES
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David Hessell Special Education teacher
This motorcycle jockey packs an SLR rig in his saddlebags.
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Sunshine Flint
Photography and motorcycles go together like...like.... Well, for most people, they don’t. But for North Carolina teacher David Hessell, a motorcycle means travel, lots of new places and new people, and lots of photographs. Symbolic of this unique meaning, Hessell recently did a shoot for Cycle World magazine while on a motorcycle tour through the Alpine regions of Austria, Italy, France, and Switzerland.
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ToCAD America Inc.: LIK 700DX
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LIK 700DX
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LETTERS
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LETTERS
Badge engineering
Digital film?
Immortality
Spare tent poles for sale
Potshots at shootout
How to go pro
Incomplete lens tests?
Rechargeable dilemma
Reciprocity success
Pushing Pronea
Caps lost and found
Blast from the past
Those true (old) colors
Reader’s ingenuity
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In reference to Cosina-madc Nikons (“Too hot to handle,” February ’99, page 212), all manufacturers have an insatiable appetite for new, expanded markets, and Nikon is no exception. But there are limits to acceptable compromises. Adapting a design and endowing it with some cosmetic improvement and a prestigious borrowed name does not make it legitimate.
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INCIDENT METER
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NATURE
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The computer: a force that's here to stay in nature images, too.
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If you’ve been living on a remote desert island for the past few years, you may not have noticed the extraordinary technology being exploited by photographers to create new and exciting images and to enhance existing photographs. Yes, computer manipulation and compositing of images remains a hot button in photography today.
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PHOTOTRONICS
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Yes, there are some dangers in using electronic flash units not made by the camera manufacturer, but many warnings are pure hogwash.
Correspondence
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Your eagle eye lights on a dedicated electronic flash unit with all the bells and whistles you want. It’s not made by the camera manufacturer, but rather by Achiever, Sigma, Sunpak, Metz, or Quantum, or it bears an importer’s brand name, such as Phoenix or Vivitar.
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SINT'S VIEW
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Trade show finds: an 8x10 view camera that thinks It's a point-and-shoot, and d Mamiya that thinks it's a 'Blad!
Support Can Be Beautiful
The Filter Factor
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For journalists, any Photo Marketing Association trade show that follows the biennial German Photokina wingding is usually a bummer. Many manufacturers drop their biggest bombshells in Cologne (so to speak), leaving reporters from every photo beat walking the aisles of PMA, scratching the dirt for any scrap of news.
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The Pro Digital Race Heats Up
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First, an overview. There are two—well, really three— types of professional digital imaging solutions available today. The first, which is closest in operation to a traditional film camera, makes an instantaneous capture and records it on a digital chip.
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FEATURES
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Digital by default
In the wake of last year's Photokina show, new film-based cameras were few at the 1999 Photo Marketing (PMA ) Show in Las Vegas. But that left the desert wide open for a deluge of digital delights.
Back to the future: a Leica I lookalike
A minipod that's a monopod? It's all in the unfoldinci!
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Even though many photo manufacturers unloaded their big guns at last fall’s Photokina show, the 1999 Photo Marketing (PMA) Show in Las Vegas still had some good new products. POP PHOTO readers already know about most of the important stuff, like Canon’s Rebel 2000 SLR covered fully last month.
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Flush with new films
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Among film manufacturers, Fuji came to Vegas with an ace in the hole: Provia 100F Professional (RDP III) A replacement for Provia 100, this “new generation” slide film is the product of a redesign of Provia’s emulsion structure. According to Fuji, the film has an RMS granularity value of “8.”
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Some new and improved lenses— but not all that many.
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With Germany’s giant Photokina equipment show just a few months earlier, this year’s Las Vegas PMA event had few new optics. The 8mm f/4 EX Circular Fisheye Sigma autofocuses to 8 inches and produces a round picture covering 180 degrees, while the 15mm f/2.8 EX Diagonal Fisheye Sigma autofocuses to 6 inches and produces a full-area negative or slide with a maximum 75.4-degree angle of view.
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Pentax Sweepstakes
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Pentax Sweepstakes
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Bread-and-butter models dominate 35mm P/S intros
APS point & shoots: a jewel + some niche fillers
Silent Horizon: A 120-degree true panoramic 35mm camera gets tweaked
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Perhaps it’s a sign of the maturity of the 35mm point-and-shoot market that the handsome, feature-packed new models we saw at the show seemed routine. But that’s a very good sign for the consumer: these midrange and high-end point-and-shoots offer considerable bang for the buck.
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Point & Shoot Parade
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ADORAMA: APO 420-800MM SUPER ZOOM
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ADORAMA
APO 420-800MM SUPER ZOOM
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SUPPORTING THE ART OF IMAGE MAKING
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SUPPORTING THE ART OF IMAGE MAKING
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Brandess-Kalt-Aetna Group, Inc.
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SNOOT BOOT
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GRIP STRAP
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FEATURES
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Chasing Rainbows
Here's how and when to shoot them. The rest is, naturally, pure luck.
How to find a rainbow:
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Herbert Keppler
For most of us, getting a great rainbow picture is often the result of dumb luck. But give a professional rainbow chaser the right atmospheric conditions for a rainbow and he’s off and running to the right place at the right time to shoot the pictures successfully.
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WOW!
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A picture made up of (almost) a thousand photographs.
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Could this incredibly busy scene in front of New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art be real? What photographer had the luck to capture so many things happening at the same time? And how did he do it? If you look closely, you’ll see telltale signs—the varied lighting, for example, and the same people appearing more than once—that this seemingly impossible photo is really a collage of pictures.
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can ISO 800 Print Films Do Everythinng?
What! Use ISO 800 on the heach? Sure!!!
Can you use ISO 800 in any camera?
HOW WE DID OUR TESTS
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Peter Krause
Peter Kolonia
Not too long ago, superspeed color-print films were of poor quality. Grainy and often muddy, they were films of last resort. Now, Kodak, Fuji, and others seem to be pitching a new generation of ISO 800 films as your load of first resort. You hear it everywhere on the TV and radio: commercials for Kodak Gold Max 800.
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Professional vs. Amateur 800
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Kodak and Fuji’s professional 800’s are called Ektapress PJ800 and NHG II respectively. What are the differences between these and the amateur films, Gold Max 800 and Superia X-tra and 400? Will you get better results if you spend the extra bucks on a pro-grade film? Exposed normally, Fuji and Kodak pro films are slightly grainier than the amateur line, but slightly sharper with more contrast, too.
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35mm still Lifes? Sure!
You'd better believe that little bit of film can give you large-format results! Pros tell us exactly how.
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Dan Richards
A good still life—whether a fine-art study or a commercial product shot—is a simple, subtle joy to behold. And a peck of trouble to take. Still lifes involve more fuss per square inch than any other form of picture taking. Photographers fine-tune lighting and composition and exposure to a fare-theewell.
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FLATBEDSCANNERROUNDUP
Need to get photos into your computer but don't own a digital camera? Try using a flatbed scanner!
Do flatbed film adapters work?
Flatbed vs. Film Scanners: How much resolution do you need?
Do color management systems work?
How do flatbed scanners perform?
Density range makes a difference
11 color flatbed scanners compared
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J. McNamara
Julia Silber
There are so many incredible things that can be done to photos once you get them into a fast computer. You can enhance them, remove defects (and unwanted elements), manipulate reality, add text and other elements, and play photo-god till the wee hours of the night.
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HELP!
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HELP!
Chinon repair place
Model builder
Moving up
Your coating, sir
Read all about it
Mounting problems
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I've owned a Genesis III camera for several years and it lias performed wonderfully. Now the camera needs a general overhaul (flash and autofocus problems), but the company (Chinon) no longer makes 35mm cameras. I have tried several repair shops in this area; they all charge me about $40, but do not fix the problems.
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MAMIYA 645 AUTOFOCUS!
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H.K
With the autofocus Contax 645 and Pentax 645N dominating the mediumformat news, could Mamiya be far behind? Of course not! Here are the basics: The Mamiya 645 AF autofocus has a three-sensor AF system in the form of an H. The middle horizontal sensor is sensitive to vertical lines; the two outer vertical sensors are sensitive to horizontal lines.
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The prairie under a magnifying glass
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Sunshine Flint
“I love this little church sitting in the midst of a grass prairie,” says Terry Evans of her “East of Crosby, North Dakota, 1997.” “With a magnifying glass I can sec the blue window ledges and door. It seems well-cared-for but the path up to it looks seldom used. Who uses it? What community was it built for and when?”
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