Not sure what kind of shooting you're doing. But the iTouch compatibility if it works well is a god send. Hand the client the iTouch and they're not hovering over your shoulder or the digital techs shoulder will be amazing. Not having to set up a third monitor on a stand away from the machine for them to view so they are out of the way will be great.
I just used an Aptus with the new LC 11 yesterday and worked with out a hitch all day. 10 hours of shooting and not a hitch.
REAL LIFE resolution? Do you need to shoot microscopic photography of the pimples on your ass and billboard it on the side of the empire state building?
Just downloaded LC 11 through Safari and all works fine here.
The current state of backs are fine! Some small little things here and there. But overall they are working great. Better high iso noise ration would be great! Rock stable software, almost there with Leaf and Phase.
They're are some really miserable people in this world. Go out and SHOOT!
I could care less about any of these companies. Just give me a product that works. They are busting their butts off to get the stuff out there and get it working. Keeping up with technology, fluctuating economies, and updating software to work with various operating softwares and firmware bugs from OS's.
You get what you pay for!
If you can't afford it or feel like just digging at companies. GET OFF THIS BOARD!
Congrats YaYa! I look forward to seeing what comes out from you, phase, sinar and hasselblad. Leaf's new products look promising!
So the sensor is rotating ?
I assume it will take at least a year to find out if that solution provides proper sharpness, let alone reliability.
Using mainly an LF camera, I'm not really exited.
56x36 : Leaf is listening, indeed ! To whom ? Not much gained in terms of real-life resolution.
Listen to that: stop charging a silly amount, if anything, for the life view dongle.
iPhone and iPod compatibility - that the best you can do for remote viewing ?
Download the required app via iTunes - so now a 30k DB has turned into just another gadget ?
Also, the leaf-photography website doesn't work properly on Safari; to all Mac users, Firefox is working.
I'm really questioning my decision to go the Leaf way....