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 on: Today at 04:17:19 PM 
Started by Quentin - Last post by Quentin
What focal lengths are you looking to use, and how much tilt/swing/shift are you looking to accomplish? 

Did you dig into what Silvestri offers, has their Flexicam may be what you're looking for...  http://www.silvestricamera.com/eng/prodotti_eng/Flexicam/Flexicam_eng.htm

Hi Joe

No I had not, thanks for the link, looks interesting

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 on: Today at 04:16:14 PM 
Started by Jimbob2 - Last post by Jimbob2
Reduced to $2900.

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 on: Today at 04:13:23 PM 
Started by spencerD - Last post by spencerD
Thanks again, good to hear from XT-1 owners.
Better is always nice, but equal overall is just fine with me.
Point is, I do concentrate on landscape photography so quality needs to be good. With regards fine detail. Does it needs to be the highest resolution or detail of all available cameras in the price range no, as long as close/completive. There will always be better in the future.

I'm coming from a Canon 40D and for landscape and travel I would hope/expect the XT to replace it.
The 40D is old by todays standards, yet when I have nailed everything and  have made 12 x 18 prints, I have never felt, gee if only it had more detail. Most people, (friend) including a Simi Pro neighbor are always impress with the detail of my best prints.

It's not like websites doing A/B side by side or looking at 100% of the same image.

So if the XT surpasses my old 40D at base sensitivity, I should be happy.

Dave

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 on: Today at 04:12:56 PM 
Started by dwbell - Last post by mouse
this concept does not allow users to wreck the colors easily (no unless you put some work to inflict a damage)... because the most important part of the Adobe's color transform will be preserved intact...

Understood.  But the important question is what part of Adobe's color transform must be preserved, and what part may be modified to my taste.

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 on: Today at 04:12:00 PM 
Started by Damon Lynch - Last post by iluvmycam
Fantastic, big congrats!!

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 on: Today at 04:11:58 PM 
Started by Quentin - Last post by Theodoros
Yes the difference layer mode is great in lining up the two layers. The difference layer mode also helps find movement pixel areas quickly but I like to go back to normal mode to better see the effects when brushing/blending the two layers together. It is a quick process.

It is important to make sure the 1 & 4 shot images to be mixed were shot at the same f-stop.

I worked out the exact layer shift amount using test shots of a lens chart set and have it noted down. I think the multi file is a couple pixels wider and a pixel higher. We talked to Hasselblad about doing something in the processing, or providing an exact script but it was not worth their time.  No idea why they could not make it match the 1 shot in the processing, besides the loss of a few pixels out of 200mpx.

I shot some auto parts still life images with a 5Dll a little while ago. I am so used to the non anti aliasing of multi-shot that all the multi coloured pixel/speckle like anti aliasing of the details freaked me out. Then it dawned on me that was just what 35mm digital looked like.

Theordoros. I would have to search hard drives for a good sample. PM and I will arrange to let you look at something. Putting a LR jpeg up on here shows nothing.

What is the "difference layer mode"? ...what are the two layers? ...layers of what? ...you don't have layers (and you don't have two) in MS... you have true colour capturing in each and every one of the pixels because all RGB colour emission of a space in the scene is captured at the same place!  Cry

 If can't show us examples for MS done in the field you can't claim it can be done! ...pigs don't fly!  Grin

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 on: Today at 04:11:25 PM 
Started by Slobodan Blagojevic - Last post by iluvmycam
Beautiful! Way to go!!

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 on: Today at 04:10:16 PM 
Started by digitaldog - Last post by digitaldog
I could add something like: A deltaE of less than 1 between two colors is said to be imperceptible but to complicate matters, there are several formulas for calculating this metric. Further the ability of the eye distinguish two colors as different and is more limited for yellows but is better for greens and blues. This just adds even more difficulty in assigning a meaningful and accurate number of colors to these colors spaces.

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 on: Today at 04:09:25 PM 
Started by Quentin - Last post by Joe Towner
What focal lengths are you looking to use, and how much tilt/swing/shift are you looking to accomplish? 

Did you dig into what Silvestri offers, has their Flexicam may be what you're looking for...  http://www.silvestricamera.com/eng/prodotti_eng/Flexicam/Flexicam_eng.htm

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 on: Today at 04:08:58 PM 
Started by dwbell - Last post by deejjjaaaa
I'm still a little confused by the base profile concept
this concept does not allow users to wreck the colors easily (no unless you put some work to inflict a damage)... because the most important part of the Adobe's color transform will be preserved intact...

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