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Walter explains: "The film camera was a Contax G2 with a 90mm prime lens, the digital was small sensor pocket-size point-and-shoot with a zoom lens – the Leica D-LUX 4 made by Panasonic, which is now two generations old." Walter says that the digital version was processed after the capture was taken. He says, "You can get to Kodachrome from digital, but you can't go the other way around."
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