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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrunner
    Heres a Fotoman snap from a recent trip..
    Is this the same kind of camera that Jeff Bridges uses??
    Prints available in the APUG GAllery
    www.gaylarsonphotography.com

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    Last I'd read, and in his books, he's using a Widelux.

    FWIW, swing-lens cameras have a rather strange look to the photos they produce. Since the lines project onto a curved film plane, they tend to bow if they're not centered in the frame.

    Not much of an issue in scenics, but often noticeable when shooting buildings, or anytime the camera isn't level.

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    Doug,
    Next time you're in the DC-NYC area with something cycle related, let me know ! Hopefully by the end of this year I'll have the object of my desire; although I honestly cannot complain about my Honda.....23k miles and still going strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveH
    Doug,
    Next time you're in the DC-NYC area with something cycle related, let me know ! Hopefully by the end of this year I'll have the object of my desire; although I honestly cannot complain about my Honda.....23k miles and still going strong.
    I'll be in DC area in October, speaking at Oktoberfest at Morton's BMW. I may ride the Kawasaki Concours, just because it has a large fairing.

    Will try to keep in touch in the meantime.

    Good luck on the new bike!

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    Thanks Doug...I'll look around for some info.

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    Hey SteveH,

    Here's the info on Morton's BMW's special events.

    Oktoberfest 2006 is about 1/3 of the way down.

    http://www.mortonsbmw.com/events.html

    HTH!

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    Ah. Niffty, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bart Nadeau
    I used to shoot color negatives and have the negs processed and 8 inch long prints made as proofs. Is there anyone around in the US who does this anymore without paying for custom processing?
    Ever since my local full service lab switched over to digital printing systems I haven't had any problems getting 4"x10" prints made from Widelux negs for the same price as they charge for the 4"x12" crops from 35mm (around $0.80).

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