Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2000/08/09

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Subject: Re: Vs: [Leica] Adrian Bradshaw, Ted Grant
From: Mark Rabiner <>
Date: Wed, 09 Aug 2000 13:59:44 -0700
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Raimo Korhonen wrote:
> I seem to remember having read that Alfred  Eisenstaedt´s wife - after they had been married for some time and seeing nothing but his Leicas - asked innocently: Where are your real cameras?
> Must have been in the ´thirties, though.
> All the best!
> Raimo
> photos at
Yes but in her mind was not an SLR with a motordrive. 
She was born at the turn of the last century.
A real camera in  her mind from her experience could easily been a view camera
on a tripod with the photographer peering out from behind the dark cloth. Or a
speed Graphic or Graflex.
Mark Rabiner

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