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    I just got my first issue of Mike Johnston's photo newsletter, _The 37th Frame_.

    It's an independent, self-published newsletter with editorials and some equipment reviews, with no advertising or images, available by subscription only. Johnston used to edit _Photo Techniques_, and his writing is witty and intellegent. He writes most of it, but there are a few items by others, such as a review of the Nikon FM3a by Steven Gandy of www.cameraquest.com this issue. With no advertisers to worry about, he can publish a segment called "Cheap Crap" for negative equipment reviews.

    Most of it is oriented toward traditional photography and would appeal to many APUG types, but he's not dogmatically anti-digital and has positive words to say about the Canon D60 in the current issue.

    Looking at other things Johnston has written, he seems mostly oriented toward hand-held documentary photography with small and medium format cameras, and above all rangefinders, but there's something there for everyone. Well worth a read.

    Info at www.37thframe.com.
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    Thanks for the link David. I just ordered a sample issue. For those lazy sods like my self, here is a working link. http://www.37thframe.com/index.htm
    hi!



 

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