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SINAR Information No 24

View camera photographers tend to use small lens apertures. The reason is largely one of ancient tradition.
The practice of stopping down by one or two lens stops more than really necessary was originally meant to cover focusing errors. That included not quite accurately set swings in sharpness distribu­tion control.

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SINAR Information No 20

1980 again made photographic history. For the first time a group of manufacturers is producing spot exposure meters with full flash compatibility. The author has worked with the first SINAR exposure meters of this new generation and in this article describes this approach of “tailored automation”.

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SINAR Information No 19

Professional photography in the 1980s will stand in the light of technical prog­ress in hardware, and in the shadow of raw material shortages, including silver and hence all film materials. Looking at specific areas in these terms gives us an idea of the trends facing profession­al photography in the 1980s, especially concerning large-format use.

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SINAR Information No 18

With multi-exposure assembly the exposure must be correct for each individual image component. This is a complex problem which can only be solved by spot readings of small and precisely defined areas directly in the image plane. Only the SINARSIX can do this with the required accuracy.

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SINAR Information No 15

Professional photographers have to cope with every kind of client and every type of assign­ment. No two jobs are the same, or even alike. That calls for considerable creative as well as technical adaptability by the photographer. His photographic tool should logically match this flexibility.

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