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Rangefinder: Equipment, History, Techniques

Rangefinder: Equipment, History, Techniques

by Roger Hicks, Frances Schultz, Frances Schultz
     
 

Small, light, quiet, and easy to use, with compact lenses that provide good contrast, rangefinders have always had their devotees. Whether you are about to buy a new model, wondering how to get the best from one you own, or reminiscing about the camera you once had, this is the ultimate guide to the rangefinder. Filled with inspiring photos and practical advice, it

Overview

Small, light, quiet, and easy to use, with compact lenses that provide good contrast, rangefinders have always had their devotees. Whether you are about to buy a new model, wondering how to get the best from one you own, or reminiscing about the camera you once had, this is the ultimate guide to the rangefinder. Filled with inspiring photos and practical advice, it helps both users and collectors filter out the hype and choose the equipment that best suits their needs. The in-depth information covers selecting and manipulating focal lengths and speed; accessories, from the everyday to arcane; techniques for maximum quality and ease of operation; formats from sub-miniature to 8x10 inches; and direct-vision cameras. A beautiful and valuable handbook that's a must-have for photographers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781861083302
Publisher:
Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, Limited
Publication date:
10/01/2003
Pages:
180
Product dimensions:
6.98(w) x 10.62(h) x 0.71(d)

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