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Okay, the writer doesn't know that Ray Anthony is a bandleader and not a crooner, and doesn't recognize Mickey Rooney playing on drums, but the remark, "'What is really special about these is the stunning colours they have retained and that they are 3D" just goes to show that the glories of Kodachrome (with or without 3D) continue to amaze people even in this digital age.
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Okay, the writer doesn't know that Ray Anthony is a bandleader and not a crooner, and doesn't recognize Mickey Rooney playing on drums, but the remark, "'What is really special about these is the stunning colours they have retained and that they are 3D" just goes to show that the glories of Kodachrome (with or without 3D) continue to amaze people even in this digital age.
And a Stereo Realist is called a "point and shoot" camera.

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