Discussion in 'This or That?' started by Clint, Jan 3, 2016.
Check this out - and drool...............
Unbelievable. The fact that this available now.
I clicked on the download tiff. It was 735 MB. That's quite an extensive system of lenses. I'd probably have to wait for the next Black Friday discounts and sell my house.
Full frame is 4x5. This will suffer in DR and ISO compared to REAL FF! /s
Yeah! It's quite a handful. I got to play with one last week for a couple of minutes. As you see it has a substantial sensor. This one is only a 645 though. He didn't pull out the other lenses. I think this is a standard 85/2.8. Sorry for the quality of the images. They were shot using only a Micro 4/3. The PhaseOne eats them for breakfast.
Great! A camera that costs way more than my car. Frank Doorhof will probably have one by the end of the year, though. ;-)
No way I'm upgrading to a camera without either DFD focus or 5 axis IBIS
this 100MP camera is only for those who has really really bad skills so that they can shoot and recompose.
Cool bit of gear, but I'm not totally wowed by the samples on their site.
They're good, but not "oh my god I'm looking through a window" good. I honestly can't tell them apart from a FF pics, such as one from the Sony A7RII.
Or maybe my monitor is no doing the photos justice?
naahhh ... full frame is 20x24
Most likely this.
Why would specificely he would buy one?
The camera body, back and 80mm Schneider Kreuznach lens (~50mm equiv.) will set you back around $49,000.
He is a proponent of Phase One Medium Format and already shoots their high-end cameras. I was being funny and don't really know what he will do but wouldn't be surprised if he "upgraded."
I had never heard of this guy. Turns out he lives 1 hour from where I live. I checked out his website. I found his work a bit over the top
The head-and-shoulders portrait of the model has as much detail as a macro photo taken with an A7r II...
Designed for easy sensor cleaning!
It can only be of benefit if one can afford it.
And they've got their 300mm f4 out before Olympus too!!
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