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Jim, I didn't know it was motor driven. Thats great. If it approaches leica quality in the lens department, that's good enough for me. If the 1600 epson scanner can scan that size with no problems, I'll order one right away. Was going to rent one, but it costs too much just for a trial. Besides, if it REALLY isn't what I want, I can return it. Jerry TheTurk@aol.com wrote: > Indeed the Hassleblad (actually Fuji) is an excellent camera. Very sharp > images of the Leica school of clarity. > > Several big advantages of it over a medium format cropped. It's smaller, can > find into a compartment of a camera bag otherwise loaded with 35mm gear, > ready when the right situation presents itself. Is motor driven, meaning it > can be used in some remote applications and underwater housings if you can > get the right techno wizard to make the necessary adaptations. Also, a very > fine viewfinder and it is pretty quiet. The option to shoot it on regular > 35mm framelines (not wide) seems like a feature not likely to get much use. > > Jim > - > Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use > accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions. - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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