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Subject: [Leica] Early images
From: wharting at (bill harting)
Date: Sat Jul 3 11:49:53 2004
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It's a treat to see some images other than those the LAweekly puts up on
their site (not to dis those) (or dis dose, for that matter). They may be
early but they look contemporary to me. The pictures also look wide than
35mm to me; I would have guessed 21, but it just goes to show how wide a 35
can be.

You got more? (Sneak some 4x5 stuff in there)

bill h

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Slobodan Dimitrov" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 11:45 AM
Subject: [Leica] Early images

> Found a few early images from about 30 years ago.
> They are done with an M3, and M4(black paint version).
> Lenses were a 35mm, M3 version and later, and a 50mm DR.
> Mostly Kodak film from I can remember.
> 1g is Kodak's infrared emulsion.
> 1h is recording film, rated at 1200.
> S. Dimitrov
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