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Great greg64g 2005-06-09 6:02

Hello Hermann,

Very impressive picture, the perspective is very good,no perfect, the mood is impressive.Do you scans a diapo or from a paper ?
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greg

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Old 06-09-2005, 01:07 PM
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Hello Greg,
thanks for you interest,
it was a neg film,the lab developed it,scanned it and burned it on CD.
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Old 06-09-2005, 01:23 PM
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Hermann,

Very interesting, because i tried the 300 v from my wife, i d want to compare with the 300d.
So i try to see difference with fuji velvia, provia kodak gold....and the result with the lab, and there is so many difference between to lab...even with film neg !
1st : for the quality and result !
2nd and price.

I thought to back to film camera!!! but it's hard now in my mind. i thouhgt about that due to the cleaning of the cmos making me crazy !

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Old 06-09-2005, 01:30 PM
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Greg,
the main reason why I used a analog camera
was the wider angle of my 17-40L here,
as you know on my 20d the 17-40 has a zoom range
from ca.28-60mm,while on on my Eos 1 it is a real
17-40mm...
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