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Doug Peterson
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« Reply #80 on: April 01, 2011, 06:54:28 PM »
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If there was a back out there that could shoot 1600-3200 ISO full sensor and no moiré I would buy one.

Phase One P65+, IQ160, and especially the IQ180 meet all three requirements.

IQ180 with 5.2 micron sensor is very unlikely to show moire (I never say something like moire proof since even a Canon with a strong AA filter or the human eye can see moire), is full 645 frame and can shoot up to ISO3200. The P65+/IQ160 does so at 15mp with final print detail in a 4:3 image comperable to a 5DII. The IQ180 does so at 20mp, but we have not done direct comparisons to other cameras.

I'm considering that legally binding :-) and will expect your order Monday for one of each.

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« Reply #81 on: April 01, 2011, 07:17:34 PM »
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Hi Doug,

The cheque is in the mail mate LOL.

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Simon
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« Reply #82 on: April 02, 2011, 06:55:32 PM »
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Phase One P65+, IQ160, and especially the IQ180 meet all three requirements.


I'm considering that legally binding :-) and will expect your order Monday for one of each.

Doug Peterson

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LOL,  bravo.
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« Reply #83 on: April 02, 2011, 07:00:15 PM »
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Phase One P65+, IQ160, and especially the IQ180 meet all three requirements.

IQ180 with 5.2 micron sensor is very unlikely to show moire (I never say something like moire proof since even a Canon with a strong AA filter or the human eye can see moire), is full 645 frame and can shoot up to ISO3200. The P65+/IQ160 does so at 15mp with final print detail in a 4:3 image comperable to a 5DII. The IQ180 does so at 20mp, but we have not done direct comparisons to other cameras.

I'm considering that legally binding :-) and will expect your order Monday for one of each.

Doug Peterson

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I knew it!

Is there a 3200 iso studio shooting sample somewhere in the internet from that beast? and to be fair, downsampled to the size of a 5D2 or D3x. I do not get what's the mecanism involved that reduces in-sensor the number of pixels at those sizes. The why.
And an outdoor shooting in a city with available light at night would be great to check also at 3200.

You're lucky that Simon is not interested in motion imagery.
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