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    Re: Object(ive)s of desire, probably unattainable

    can't open, get errors...?
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    Re: Object(ive)s of desire, probably unattainable

    Klaus, I just tried it again. Firefox 3.6.3 can open it.

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    Re: Object(ive)s of desire, probably unattainable

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Fromm View Post
    Klaus, I just tried it again. Firefox 3.6.3 can open it.
    And Acrobat 7.0 or newer.

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    Re: Object(ive)s of desire, probably unattainable

    ?? What exactly is so desirable on them??

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    Re: Object(ive)s of desire, probably unattainable

    George, why do photographers value Aviogons, Biogons, Lamegons, Sferogons, Super Aviogons, and the like? They are photogrammetric, have relatively even illumination, are very sharp, and some cover >= 90 degrees.

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    Re: Object(ive)s of desire, probably unattainable

    Do you know if this lens was/is made for the Chinese military or just for civilian aerial mapping applications?

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    Re: Object(ive)s of desire, probably unattainable

    All I know about 'em is in the document the link points to. I don't know, in particular, whether the lenses are knockoffs of Soviet knockoffs of Wild lenses or whether the Chinese stole direct from the source.

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