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    Quote Originally Posted by James Duncan View Post
    IIRC, he uses a Canon EOS 1DS MkII with an EOS 3 for his film work.
    True. I am looking at the DVD "War Photographer" right now. He uses Canon film gear, available light. Great documentary by the way.

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    His work would be soooo much better if he'd ditch the d*gital gear, though. :rolleyes:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstraw View Post
    His work would be soooo much better if he'd ditch the d*gital gear, though. :rolleyes:
    Sarcasm, I hope?
    If anybody hasn't already, I highly recommend his book Inferno. Very compelling work.

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    In the documentary piece I saw, he had a black-taped Canon SLR in his hand, but that was dated back to at least 2003.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Duncan View Post
    Sarcasm, I hope?
    If anybody hasn't already, I highly recommend his book Inferno. Very compelling work.
    Yes, sarcasm.

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    I believe in the film War Photographer he is using a couple of Eos 1n's, the film covers 1999 and 2000,with a smidge in 2001. I too was wondering if he has gone digital since the movie. He seemed to use only Tri-X film before, I can't see digital fulfilling the feel or latitude of that film. I also noticed in the Canon ad, you really can't see what camera he is using. The other photographers seem to be showing us, but Jim's is laying on the table on its back.

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