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Good Morning, I received this E-mail from Polaroid yesterday that they are expanding the use of their large 20x24 camera. So they are not just sitting still waiting for doomsday. Best, John "The famous Polaroid 20x24 Instant Camera stands five-feet high and weighs 235 pounds. This highly sophisticated camera produces both full-color and black-and-white 20x24-inch contact photographs in approximately 70 seconds. The 20x24 Polaroid images produced have often been referred to as a cross between photography and painting. The realism of the mega-format yields a look not unlike the painted realism of Raphael or Chardin! And now, renting the BIG experience is easier than ever! The legendary 20x24 camera regarded for many years as one of the most unusual and most amazing photographic tools has entered a new phase. Once limited to the original 5 units and only available in select rental studios these cameras can now be found in over 20 studios worldwide. To view a list of rental locations go to http://www.polaroidwork.com/20x24studio. When using the 20x24 camera you have four different Polaroid films to choose from - all offering exquisite resolution, virtually grain-less surface, and extremely large format. Combining large print size, film processing speed and the camera's ability to capture the most minute detail makes the 20x24 system a matchless tool for large-scale photography. For more information and to learn how you can rent the 20x24 camera visit us at http://www.polaroidwork.com/20x24studio. While at http://www.polaroidwork.com/20x24studio you can download a PDF of our new brochure on the 20x24 camera. Or, if you prefer to receive a copy of the new 20x24 brochure, please call 1-800-662-8337 ext. P051 Don't miss the photography experience of a lifetime!" ----- Original Message ----- From: "Joel Rittvo" <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Thursday, May 09, 2002 8:47 PM Subject: OT: Polaroid | Does anyone know if the instant film/photo portion of Polaroid (not the | cameras -- just the media) is going to be sold off as a piece, or is it | to be part of the overall asset sale? Their scanners might be great, | but there are other viable options that can be found if need be. Don't | know of any alternative to their instant products for studio, view | camera and some alternative process work. That would be a significant | loss to photography. | | Joel Rittvo | | | - | Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate | subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.