...of all this digital RAW talk. We have "raw" photos too, though we usually have to work on 'em for a while to make 'em acceptable. This is what one of my good old 150mm as-usual-not-flying shots looks like fresh out of my scanner. I scanned the underside of the Prime Minister's wing at 600 DPI and compressed it to jpeg level 8 in PShop to bring it down a little from 18 meg. I envy those RAW digicam files for their smaller (yet lossless) sizes. There is next to no dust visible here because I was using Astia Quickload. No curves. No levels. No adjustments. Just Nature's remedy. The depth of field was wonderful.