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Camcorder Wish List 

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In October 1989, as a contributing editor to Millimeter magazine, I went on the record with a wish list of six camcorder wants: Cine-quality, high aperture "prime" lenses; especially wide-angle. Bellows-type matte boxes for flair control. Extendable viewfinders for tripod and dolly work......

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