#3 – The fifties of the Rolleiflex When I discovered the Associated Reporters news agency in 1955, I felt like I was falling with the poor. I came out of three years of naval aeronautics where we were fairly well equipped. Comparing modern aeronautical equipment and techniques with what I had at Reporters Associés, I was disappointed. I expected better in civilian life! During my engagement in the naval aeronautics, we made aerial photography, vertical and oblique, with cameras left by the Americans after their departure. The devices of the end of World War II were revolutionary for us. The...
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