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 on: Today at 09:01:03 AM 
Started by gerald.d - Last post by Steve Hendrix
Seconded.

I am awaiting a reply from my local rep. Will update the thread when I receive it.

It would be very bad business if Phase shuts the door on the Credo customers. I very much prefer working with my Credo and have no interest in upgrading to an IQ3 back to use the new body.

History says Phase is more business savvy than Hass. I really hope this will be the case here too and in the worst case, the compatibility will be added in a while.


We have a conference call scheduled in 32 minutes and will (hopefully) confirm.

I agree with you Synn - my gut tells me it will come, but it will come later. That is only my gut - that is not an official statement of fact.

And yes, the information was so vast and so many elements were being decided last minute, that this could be something that was a"No" simply because Phase One had not yet decided how or when this (Credo compatibility) would occur.


Steve Hendrix
CI

 22 
 on: Today at 08:58:48 AM 
Started by Bob_B - Last post by Bob_B
What do I shoot the most? It's pretty evenly divided between small insects and spiders, and botanical subjects (flowers, insectivorous plants, fungi), although I have shot watches, jewelery, etc. During the warm weather months, I mostly hand-hold for macro work outdoors, but it depends on the subject and working conditions. (As required, I use carbon-fiber series 6 tripod, and RRS ballhead and macrofocusing rails when using a tripod, along with yongnuo speeds lites and a host of reflectors and light benders.) When indoors, I use the tripod almost exclusively. I hope that answers your question, and thanks for your reply.

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 on: Today at 08:57:28 AM 
Started by gerald.d - Last post by synn
Seconded.

I am awaiting a reply from my local rep. Will update the thread when I receive it.

It would be very bad business if Phase shuts the door on the Credo customers. I very much prefer working with my Credo and have no interest in upgrading to an IQ3 back to use the new body.

History says Phase is more business savvy than Hass. I really hope this will be the case here too and in the worst case, the compatibility will be added in a while.

 24 
 on: Today at 08:56:01 AM 
Started by Chris Sanderson - Last post by Chris Sanderson
...about six years of fully developed R & D

Check the Home page

 25 
 on: Today at 08:55:42 AM 
Started by Doug Peterson - Last post by Doug Peterson
Correction to some of the earlier posts: The Credo is not yet supported. Must be the jet lag!

 26 
 on: Today at 08:54:40 AM 
Started by Doug Peterson - Last post by synn
Wow.

What does that say about the future of Leaf?

Major bummer for me as well. I am REALLY hoping that this is not an outright NO and more of a "Down the line" deal.
As far as I understand, Credo and IQ backs are technologically very similar and the major roadblocks have more to do with marketing than engineering.

 27 
 on: Today at 08:54:35 AM 
Started by gerald.d - Last post by gerald.d
Dealer 1 - not compatible. Correction. Compatible.

Dealer 2 - compatible. Correction. Not compatible.

Perhaps someone directly from Phase One or Leaf could step in at this stage?

Kind regards,



Gerald.

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 on: Today at 08:50:37 AM 
Started by Doug Peterson - Last post by gerald.d
Looks like in this case I was not correct. Credo is not supported.

Wow.

What does that say about the future of Leaf?

 29 
 on: Today at 08:46:09 AM 
Started by David Grover / Phase One - Last post by David Grover / Phase One
As well as brand new Phase One XF camera release today, lets have some new software too!

Naturally this supports the equally new IQ3 digital backs but also adds some important features for all other Capture One customers.

The most important of these is the new Camera Settings tool.  The XF system inspired us to integrate better between back / body and Capture One.  So the new tool enables you to configure many of the settings of not only the new Phase One XF but other models from Canon, Nikon, Sony and more. So, as opposed to digging through the menus of your camera, simply search for the term in the Camera Settings tool and adjust from there.

See the attached image.  Its shown with an XF but depending on the camera model you will see similar options.

Download...

https://www.phaseone.com/en/Downloads/Materials/Download-Capture-One-8.aspx




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 on: Today at 08:46:01 AM 
Started by PeterAit - Last post by kers
really you can stitch 70.000 full resolution photos?
on what computer?

On any- if you have a big problem divide it into parts... old computers may just takes a bit longer and need smaller parts..
The accuracy they have reached on stitching suggests that the result is in some way closer to 18 Gigapixel than 365Gigapixel

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