Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/09/26

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Subject: [Leica] National Geographic
From: telyt at (Doug Herr)
Date: Sun Sep 26 18:47:37 2004

on 9/26/04 3:55 PM, Mark Rabiner at wrote:

> On 9/26/04 2:20 PM, "William G. Lamb, III" <>
> typed:
>> This was just posted on the Leica Forum by Arthur Yeo.
>> "Just thought that it would be interesting to note that the latest 
>> National
>> Geographic issue has an article covering the Arctic Snow Fox.
>> Almost all of the images were taken using an R8 and the Leica super-tele
>> APO lens.
>> "
>> Good stuff!
> Doesn't he know that an EOS is a much better camera for half the money and
> that none of that stuff can be done without AF and a full frame digital 
> CCD?
> He'll have to go back and reshoot it!

Looks like Rosing is using EOS for the most active shots and R + APO for
everything else.  For underwater stuff he has used an N90 in a housing.

Doug Herr
Birdman of Sacramento

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