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At 08:27 AM 7/20/01 -0400, Sal DiMarco,Jr. wrote: >John Brownblow wrote: "But surely there were rolleiflexes around he could >have used... not to >mention the grafmatic back for 4x5 cameras! I have eight of these suckers >now and can therefore fire off 48 4x5 frames at intervals of approximately 5 >seconds, or 15 when I have to change a back! Of course then I have to go >home. > >John, > When Eisie started taking pictures, none of that stuff was around. The >Grafmatic magazine is an invention of the early fifties or sixties. Sure, but the Rolleiflex WAS around when he began his career -- regular production of the first TLR began in January, 1929. Marc email@example.com FAX: +540/343-7315 Cha robh bąs fir gun ghrąs fir!