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    Any writer/historians about on APUG?

    Hi all--
    Yesterday I met someone truly fascinating to the photo world. I didn't catch his name, but he is a new regular to the lab I work for. He worked for Franke & Heidecke in the 1940's/1950's and specifically worked side by side with Mr. Heidecke. Amongst other things, he built his own medium format stereo camera that is truly a priceless item in the photo world. I am wondering if anyone here writes for any photo magazines or something similar--this is someone that NEEDS to be interviewed and this camera needs to be seen/published. If anyone here can help, please let me know. This is a history that should be recorded while it can still be done.

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    Matt
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    Matt

    I would love to help.... and would publish on my website which gets a lot of exposure... see www.antiquecameras.net

    I have also written an extensive price and info guide on Rolleiflex cameras here
    http://members.aol.com/dcolucci/rolleitlr.htm


    thanks
    Dan
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    Antique and Classic Camera BLOG
    www.antiquecameras.net/blog.html

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    It really needs someone with the right level of expertise, perhaps someone from George Eastman House or similar. Maybe Ron/PE can suggest someone.

    Ian



 

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