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    Stuck on a long flight yesterday, I watched a one-hour show on the _Sports Illustrated_ swimsuit issue--of course I was just interested in the cameras. It was all Polaroids, 6x7 (Pentax and RZ) with film backs, and 4x5" (looked like a Toyo, but I wasn't positive), and maybe a little 35mm. I'm sure there must have been some digital somewhere, but it was hard to find if it was there at all.
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    I might have to check that issue out.....Dave you flew right over my place !

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    As I know, majority of serious magazines (I mean class of Vogue, Playboy - OK don't raise yours eyebrows, I am talking about technical quality, not content , etc...), still make theire covers and centerfolds with 6x7cm or LF and scanning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haris
    As I know, majority of serious magazines (I mean class of Vogue, Playboy - OK don't raise yours eyebrows, I am talking about technical quality, not content , etc...), still make theire covers and centerfolds with 6x7cm or LF and scanning.
    That's what I am said too also for travel andnature magazines) and why I do not believe that 120 film will ever die, not to speak of LF. No matter what some of those smart a.... with their digital cristal ball say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haris
    As I know, majority of serious magazines (I mean class of Vogue, Playboy - OK don't raise yours eyebrows, I am talking about technical quality, not content , etc...), still make theire covers and centerfolds with 6x7cm or LF and scanning.
    You're right - I know Playboy uses LF exclusively for centerfolds - to this day as far as I know.

    Came about this knowledge through purely technical curiousity, of course

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    I only get it for the articles.


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    Yeah, but do you read 'em?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy K
    I only get it for the articles.
    The magazines have words in them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce
    Personally I think the stuff between your ears matters far more than the stuff inside your camera. Maybe I'm just strange.
    You are strange, but so am I. Why in the world would anyone want to use a brain when there is so much technology around to make it all easier for us?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce
    Personally I think the stuff between your ears matters far more than the stuff inside your camera. Maybe I'm just strange.
    I tried this but found brains gummed up the advance mechanism.


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