Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2003/10/20

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Subject: Re: [Leica] PWIFLI: Mother Nature was in a baaaad mood
From: Mark Rabiner <>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 01:08:15 -0700
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Alastair Firkin wrote:
> I agree with Mark: number 2 is the leica shot: I know you Peter, and
> you would not waste frame territory, and the others are not 35mm format
> ;-) Mind you I suspect the second is a bit crisper as well.
> are we right?
> On Monday, Oct 20, 2003, at 13:11 Australia/Melbourne, Peter Klein
> wrote:
> > Seattle experienced a major windstorm last Thursday.  My normal route
> > home from work was closed by the police.   On Friday I found out why.
> > I came back on Saturday with cameras.  I shot quite a few pictures
> > from many angles and viewpoints.  These are the ones that best tell
> > the story.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > For additional fun:  This set is a mix of Leica and digital shots.
> > Can you tell which is which?  The Leica shot(s) are with a 35 or 50
> > Summicron on Kodak High Definition 400.  The digital shot(s) are with
> > a Nikon Coolpix 990.
> >
> > --Peter Klein
> > Seattle, WA
> >

Was it scanned with a Leica scanner?
I guess not which is why even my Leica shots are Nikon shots.

Oops forgot about the DIGILUX. 
So i guess my Leica shots are either Nikon shots or Panasonic shots. 
I've always liked the Panisonic format. 
Long and skinny horizontal with jet planes flying by way off there along
the cirrostratus..
Mark Rabiner

Portland, Oregon USA
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