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    I just picked up that edition in Sainsbury's tonight, I shall look forward to reading it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
    Starting on page forty nine is the feature I mentioned earlier suggesting some medium format cameras as well as the X-Pan for landscape use. The first image in the article is captioned 'This picture was shot using medium format film for a smooth gradation of tones that is difficult to achieve when shooting digital images'.


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    To whom should we accredit the above quote, Steve? If it is the AP editorial staff then that is surely a sign of AP hedging its bets on what to it was the inal demise of film and the darkroom with its slow processes and smelly chemicals and yesterday's "greybeards" .

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    Steve, it was a good edition. There were a few film-mentions in there, and Roger Hicks as usual gets in a good mention at the end about film and digital co-existence. I've always found the editorial staff pretty even-handed in the treatment of film vs digital, I've had a few pro-film 'Backchats' published in the past. I notice that the prize for 'letter of the week' is no longer a choice between some film or a memory card, it's just a memory card. When I got letter of the week I got sent 20 rolls of Fuji Superia 200. Not a film I usually use, but it works really nicely in my cardboard pinhole camera as my Olympus Trip 35.

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