In 1998 several magazines which report high-tech developments have mentioned an unusual camera named "Be Here."


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The Advent of New Panorama Technology

I will need to test this camera in a real-life situation before I can compare its results with the other cameras that I am already familiar with.

In the meantime we do panorama photography with the more sophisticated pano system of the large format BetterLight scan back.

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