Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/12/30

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Brother in Law Advice
From: S Dimitrov <>
Date: Mon, 30 Dec 2002 19:06:00 -0800
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I do have one 4x5 camera left. 
Though it was teary moment when I got rid of the 5x7 the other month.
I picked up a near mint (institutional use) Polaroid 195, with the whole
set of attachments, to make up for it. 
We'll see how long they keep making 665 P/N material.
Slobodan Dimitrov

Tim `	 wrote:
> >
> > I use to shoot landscapes on Pan-F and Panatomic with an old M3. I used
> > a tripod regularly, as the polarizer I used extended my exposure time
> > into the very slow speeds.
> > I considered a great print in those days to be about a 6"x 8", size
> > wise. It gave me the feel of looking at view camera work.
> > Slobodan Dimitrov
> 6inch x 8inch?  You realy do need a LF camera... :-)
> tim
> PS - > I use to shoot landscapes on Pan-F and Panatomic
> try and find those puppies today!
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