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 21 
 on: Today at 05:16:28 PM 
Started by Prognathous - Last post by NancyP
My Arca lever clamp must need some lubrication, because it is hard as heck to adjust, and if you go too far, the whole thing falls apart and you have to chase a spring and itty-bitty washers - so I am not going to try to adjust it in the field. Looking for a 2 mm OD washer in leaf litter is not my idea of fun. Still, I trust its failsafe 2 step unclamping mechanism.

 22 
 on: Today at 05:13:41 PM 
Started by Digic - Last post by Digic
There will be no comparison between the P40+/IQ140 in sensor plus at high iso, as you are pixel binning and it's excellent, just as the 160 would be in sensor plus albeit, at 1/4 of the total resolution.

Sensor plus is a 4:1 binning, thus for each output pixel 4 on the sensor are used.  You get much much better high iso here as you are actually using the CCD differently, in that it's being binned.  This is unique to Phase One and is a big advantage if you have a back that will do it, (if you can accept the loss of resolution).

Paul
I found the 15 mp of the iq160 to be very easy to upsize up to 150% as the detail of thoose 15mp it is just beautyfull, and the iso 800 to be very film like,
I could sqy that thoose 15 mp are like 30 mp of fine detail

 23 
 on: Today at 05:02:49 PM 
Started by Digic - Last post by Paul2660
There will be no comparison between the P40+/IQ140 in sensor plus at high iso, as you are pixel binning and it's excellent, just as the 160 would be in sensor plus albeit, at 1/4 of the total resolution.

Sensor plus is a 4:1 binning, thus for each output pixel 4 on the sensor are used.  You get much much better high iso here as you are actually using the CCD differently, in that it's being binned.  This is unique to Phase One and is a big advantage if you have a back that will do it, (if you can accept the loss of resolution).

Sensor plus came out with the P65+, and is on all IQ1 and IQ2 CCD backs.  It's not on the 250 or 150 as they are CMOS and thus have a chip that can have gain applied, and thus have real higher iso's up to 6400.  

Read more about sensor + here:  http://www.phaseone.com/en/Camera-Systems/IQ-Series/IQ-Features.aspx
Paul

 24 
 on: Today at 05:02:04 PM 
Started by Digic - Last post by Digic
 i thought i means something like Optical Problems  or Optimus Pines ji,ji,ji


I was kidding :-)

So how really works sensor plus mode?....now i am confused...it is just a singnal amplified or it is a real high iso performance...and after this, do you think that cmos technology has the same cristal feeling as CCDs or it is just a fashion moment in camera systems.... I personaly find CCDs to have a very diferent looking, more crystal ,natural and deep

Thanks


 25 
 on: Today at 05:01:33 PM 
Started by Richard Pearlman - Last post by Richard Pearlman
This is my cloning attempt.

 26 
 on: Today at 05:00:36 PM 
Started by Paul2660 - Last post by Bob Rockefeller
Most practical design is best. Something like Fujifilm X-T1 is practical, because the viewfinder is aligned with the lens in the most used framing, horizontal. Faux prism box holds larger than usual EVF screen. A faux rangefinder design places the viewfinder in the corner where it is not aligned with anything. Why would a fake rangefinder design be more natural than fake SLR? Form follows function, that is all.

On of the features of mirrorless is that there should be many new ways to design a camera. There's no need to be restricted to DSLR or Rangefinder options. Perhaps we'll see someone really set us on our ears with a design that fits the use best, not adapters the technology best.

 27 
 on: Today at 04:45:43 PM 
Started by atobaya - Last post by atobaya
very hard to find
ROLLEI/PHASE ONE LENS CONTROL S INTERFACE CABLE (1M)  
For use with PHASE ONE P, P+ & IQ and MAMIYA LEAF CREDO Digital backs with Rollei lens control S.

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SIMPLY CONNECT THE "ROLLEI LENS CONTROL INTERFACE CABLE" TO "B" PORT ON ROLLEI LENS CONTROL S AND TO MULTI CONNECTOR PORT ON PHASE ONE P, P+ & IQ BACK OR MAMIYA LEAF CREDO BACK

Please reference this Phase One article on how to set up your back
http://www.phaseone.com/Search/Article.aspx?articleid=1555&languageid=1

Asking € 320 + shipping
Paypal is welcome (+3%)

 28 
 on: Today at 04:36:34 PM 
Started by Isaac - Last post by RSL
You're absolutely right, Andrew. A picture of a street, literally, is a street photograph. But if we accept that usage, then the term "street photography" becomes meaningless as a name for a photographic genre and the genre disappears. I'd hate to see that happen because as far as I'm concerned real street photography tops the list of things for which a camera is useful. Maybe we could come up with a better term for capturing meaningful human interaction to take its place.

Here's a quote from my essay "Why Do Street Photography?" I stand by it:

"Nowadays we can look at the photographs of Eugene Atget and learn something about the people who lived in his time and in his surroundings, but the most effective glimpse of historical human differences comes not from the kind of documentary photography possible with Atget's slow view camera and his posed subjects, but from the kind of street photography that became possible with the introduction of the small hand camera. Oskar Barnack's 1925 Leica finally made it possible for artists like Andre Kertesz and Cartier-Bresson to photograph people as they were, in an uninterrupted state, rather than as they were when posing.

"An historical novelist guesses at the past on the best evidence he can find, but a photograph isn't a guess; it's an artifact from the past that has captured time. And so, a street photograph that has captured not only the visages of its subjects, but the story that surrounds their actions can be a more convincing reminder of how things were than any novel or any straight, posed documentary photograph."

 29 
 on: Today at 04:33:20 PM 
Started by Digic - Last post by Digic
HAAHHAA OK
 i thought i means something like Optical Problems  or Optimus Pines ji,ji,ji
Anyway , my impresions about the Iq160 and p40+ are based most on sensor+ experiences, i really like to shoot in sensor plus mode, it gives me almost a film feeling but it is also true that i am using a newer C1 7 version in a bigger sensor than in the p40+ times

Anyway thanks for all your replys

mr OP



 30 
 on: Today at 04:29:28 PM 
Started by Mike Sellers - Last post by stefan marquardt
I use a zoerk (zörkendorfer) shift adapter which lets me use all of the excellent pentax 67 lenses on the mamiya (45, 55,65…)

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