Discussion in 'Other Systems' started by TNcasual, Jun 21, 2016.
It seems like there is a leak one day early.
Very interesting.....looking forward to more equivalence discussions! Think of how many stops better we could be as photographers. What's the crop factor from fuller frame to full frame? If 80mm = 50mm then is it x1.6? And if 80mm = 25mm then x3.2 for M43?
Probably it's "only" a 44x33mm sensor, like the Pentax 645Z, so it would only be 0.77x crop factor. So a similar difference between the Hasselblad and FF as there is between M4/3 and APS-C. Not sure how exciting that is. But it might be a great opportunity to use all kinds of fun 645 lenses with adapters and maintain a reasonable crop factor on them. Film 6x4.5 is 0.61x crop factor, so it's not too crazy...
I like the looks of that, reminds me of the Fuji GW670. The price tag dampens the lust for it, though.
Full Frame Mirrorless indeed. This is great all the A7 owners will have to upgrade immediately!
It does for me, too, but compared to current Hasselblad options it is very cheap.
And a fellow needs only one kidney...
Have been having naughty thoughts about medium frames lately, but that will be based around 120 film, I gather...
Haha, but the 45mm/f3.5 and 90mm/f3.2 are "only" 35mm/f2.8 and 70mm/f2.5 equivalents in 135-format...
Surely medium format and large format have been mostly mirrorless the whole of the life of photography ...
and Alpa (& others) have had digital technical cameras for ages.
(Go to Get-DPI forum for threads upon threads on that stuff, I'm way too stingy to own any of it.)
First autofocus medium format mirrorless digital camera with anything resembling the convenience and functionality of an integrated camera.
Do those digital Alpas even have built in meters? (In jest, but only partly...).
The fact that it's under $10K is also pretty radical for that space.
Ricoh has been there for a while with the Pentax 645Z
Pleasantly surprised at the physical size. It seems comparable to the Leica SL - while not small, pretty compact for medium format.
Not that I would ever be in the market for such a thing.
There's already comments about this camera on various websites by "full frame" users that sound like mu43 users saying "full frame" isn't really a big step up in quality.
Well, the lenses have smaller apertures than their FF equivalent. How are you supposed to take good pictures then?
Oh boy! A whole new equivalence conversation
Though in fairness, FF is only a .78x crop of this "MF" sensor, while μ43 is .5x. Even 645 is only .62x so...
We'd need a mirrorless 6x7 to achieve the same difference in size.
They are only f1.4 and f1.8 in 4/3 terms. And we all know you can't control DOF with m4/3....
I feel like depth of field controls me.
It look interesting, like what the hideous "Lunar" should have been from day one.
So is this a Sony or a Fuji creation?
(Discounting the Nikon flash)
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