Yuri Huta , Aug 02, 1998; 08:11 a.m.
I don't know if it is a surprise or not but the latest issue is the 1997 vol.13, no 3. Has it always been this far behind? Anyhow I can't find that particular issue, but here is a quick rundown of the previous four issues:
1997 vol. 13, no. 2 - filters for outdoor color photography - desktop digital printing with inkjet printers - upcoming programs and items for sale by Lepp (projectors)
1997 vol. 13, no. 1 - multi-zone focus technique - professional quality tripods revisited - Nikon 24-120mm zoom - Tamron 90mm macro lens - upcoming programs
1996 vol. 12, no. 4
- 80-400mm telephoto zooms - image stabilization: does it work? - Canon EF 300mm f4L IS USM
1996 vol. 12, no. 3
- black and white slides with Agfa Scala and Kodak T-Max 100 - Presenting your images - flash brackets for long lenses from Really Right Stuff
Something that has changed, which I find annoying, is that the latest lens tests now do not include "hard" numbers. Instead Lepp merely tells us whether or not lenses are capable of professional quality images.