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« Reply #40 on: October 20, 2008, 09:25:49 AM »

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That said, Hasselblad will always utilize the most current sensor technology available to us in the CF product line.

Paul

Not wanting to jump to conclusions but does that mean we can see a CF50 in the near future & maybe even a (near) full 645 CF60?
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« Reply #41 on: October 20, 2008, 09:35:00 AM »

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I may be scare over the course of this week, with Photo East in New York rapidly approaching.
Is there anyone in this group attending the show?

Paul

I'll probably see you, I'll be there Thu-Sat on the Leaf stand

Welcome on board BTW

Yair
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« Reply #42 on: October 20, 2008, 10:09:41 AM »

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Not wanting to jump to conclusions but does that mean we can see a CF50 in the near future & maybe even a (near) full 645 CF60?

It is to early to say regarding a CF50, Hasselblad is working hard to complete production on the H3DII50, that is the primary focus.
CF60, it would be a little premature for me to speculate on this.

Paul

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« Reply #43 on: October 20, 2008, 10:10:55 AM »

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I'll probably see you, I'll be there Thu-Sat on the Leaf stand

Welcome on board BTW

Yair

Yair

It was a pleasure to met you in Germany and finally put a face to the name.

Paul

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« Reply #44 on: October 21, 2008, 04:41:33 PM »

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Hi Bas,

I am not certain to whom you sent your letter to, was it to the factory in Sweden?

(...)

Newer backs, more pixels, bigger sensors?
Currently the CFV/CFVII integrates nicely with a modified 200 series camera (202FA, 203FE, 205TCC, 205FCC) and there are no plans to offer a higher resolution sensor within the CFVII product. That said, Hasselblad will always utilize the most current sensor technology available to us in the CF product line.


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Paul

Paul, thank you for your prompt reply.

I entered a message field “contact Hasselblad” on the .com website, Global area.

No news about future product enhancements means not being able to improve image quality / print size. 16 MP is 16 MP. 50 mm is 75 mm(!). I might wait a little longer to see what happens.  Thank you again for your honest answers, I feel taken serious again.
Bas.
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« Reply #45 on: October 23, 2008, 04:49:17 PM »

Hi Paul,

I would be pleased to learn which corrections are made when using Flexcolor, instead of the long awaited Phocus for Windows?
I'm using Vista, and export to either DNG or JPG.

Regards,

Seyhun

P.S. Many people seem to have an early version of the Phocus for Windows. Why is it so much delayed, and do you know why Hasselblad is not giving away at least the Beta version to their customers? My camera is almost becoming obsolete while waiting for this promise given to me by my dealer, as well as the promise for 1600 ISO (this one is not really important for me though)


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When exporting a 3f file to DNG only DAC level 1 chromatic aberration correction is applied. Yes all three levels of DAC will be applied upon export to Tiff or Jpeg.
Level 1: Chromatic Aberration correction
Level 2 : Distortion Correction
Level 3: Vignetting Correction[/color]
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« Reply #46 on: October 23, 2008, 05:00:17 PM »

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Hi Paul,

I would be pleased to learn which corrections are made when using Flexcolor, instead of the long awaited Phocus for Windows?
I'm using Vista, and export to either DNG or JPG.

All 3 levels of corrections are performed by Flexcolor but NOT if you export a DNG as Paul said.(Same of course applies to Phocus)

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P.S. Many people seem to have an early version of the Phocus for Windows. Why is it so much delayed, and do you know why Hasselblad is not giving away at least the Beta version to their customers? My camera is almost becoming obsolete while waiting for this promise given to me by my dealer, as well as the promise for 1600 ISO (this one is not really important for me though)

Phocus PC is in private beta now and getting good reviews AFAIK. I would expect a public beta release in a couple of weeks. The ISO bump is long overdue, I have asked the question on when we can expect it and will report back.

Nick-T
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« Reply #47 on: October 23, 2008, 05:59:03 PM »

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All 3 levels of corrections are performed by Flexcolor but NOT if you export a DNG as Paul said.(Same of course applies to Phocus)



Phocus PC is in private beta now and getting good reviews AFAIK. I would expect a public beta release in a couple of weeks. The ISO bump is long overdue, I have asked the question on when we can expect it and will report back.

Nick-T
Seyhun,

I can tell you from using the "private" Phocus PC beta that it's almost there - in fact, you will be very happy when they do release it. I am working between Phocus and Flexcolor right now - doing my sorting and reviewing in Phocus PC and my image work back in Flexcolor. It would do you no good to get Phocus PC before Hasselblad feels it's ready - and they are right about this policy.

Why does it take so long? Because writing 100K to 200K lines of programming code is not easy - trust me. Plus they have to support two versions, Mac and PC - also, not easy.

I know that does not help you, but I know Hasselblad is working hard on it.

Kind regards,
Derek

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« Reply #48 on: October 23, 2008, 06:21:06 PM »

I thought level 3 DAC is ultra focus?
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« Reply #49 on: October 24, 2008, 09:27:41 PM »

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Greetings all

A brief introduction is in order. My name is Paul Claesson and I am a Field Application Specialist for Hasselblad USA located in New Jersey. I handle Technical support and training for our camera systems, digital systems and Phocus software. I too, like many in our organization travel a great deal so I ask that you exercise patience if a response is not immediate.

I have been behind the scenes reviewing posts on this site for some time (years)  and have had the privilege to speak with quite a few of you over the years.

Paul Claesson
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Any chance we will see a full frame sensor for the Hasselblad V series?

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« Reply #50 on: October 24, 2008, 10:26:08 PM »

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I thought level 3 DAC is ultra focus?

The Three levels of DAC are:

1) Chromatic Aberration
2) Distortion Correction
3) Vignetting
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The opinions expressed here are my own, and do not necessarily reflect those of Hasselblad.

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« Reply #51 on: October 27, 2008, 04:30:27 PM »

Hi Paul,

Welcome to the forum.

I just received my H3D-31 11 and I was trying to set up the camera. I went through all the manuals on
the disk provided. I was not able to find a way to set the Histogram in RGB, is there a way?

Is it possible at all?

Thanks,

Raj









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Greetings all

A brief introduction is in order. My name is Paul Claesson and I am a Field Application Specialist for Hasselblad USA located in New Jersey. I handle Technical support and training for our camera systems, digital systems and Phocus software. I too, like many in our organization travel a great deal so I ask that you exercise patience if a response is not immediate.

I have been behind the scenes reviewing posts on this site for some time (years)  and have had the privilege to speak with quite a few of you over the years.

Paul Claesson
Hasselblad USA
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« Reply #52 on: October 29, 2008, 09:29:10 AM »

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Any chance we will see a full frame sensor for the Hasselblad V series?

To my knowledge, neither Kodak or Dalsa are manufacturing a 55x55 sensor at this time, i think the chances are slim.

Paul

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« Reply #53 on: October 29, 2008, 09:33:52 AM »

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Hi Paul,

Welcome to the forum.

I just received my H3D-31 11 and I was trying to set up the camera. I went through all the manuals on
the disk provided. I was not able to find a way to set the Histogram in RGB, is there a way?

Is it possible at all?

Thanks,

Raj

All CF and H3D/H3DII products have a DSP on board and the Histogram does reflect a composite of the RGB values, though it does not display the individual channels on the digital magazines dsplay.

Paul
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