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At 11:08 PM 9/7/97 -0400, you wrote: >I think this may have been true in 1975, but now the film is so sharp that >often lenses are the weakenst link. Fujicolor 100 has finer resolution than >both Velvia and Kodachrome 64. Tmax 100 can resolve almost anything. Not Leica lenses. The 100 Apo Macro, the 180 Apo telyts (plural) and the 70-180 sound like they'd give most films a run for the money. And there's a new Kodachrome due out that's supposed to be 100 and fine grain like 25. Let's hope! >I'll take a Bogen tripod over Gitzo, I'll buy the grey market Velvia, but >give me premium glass. I love my Gitzo, that takes a beating with no problem at all. (On sale, cheap). - --------------------- Eric Welch Grants Pass, OR An SB-26 is a case for holding dead batteries.