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Hasselblad H1 & Kodak DCS 645H combo review
« on: August 05, 2003, 08:09:11 PM »

One more, for Leica owners: Do not toss out your Leica R8 or R9 and those fine lenses in order to move to digital photography. Leica will offer a 10 megapixel digitalback for the R-series. Will be available next year and will have the usual high price (presently something around 4500 Euro). It's official, was printed in a German photo magazine. Info:
I don't own a Leica, but have a slight feeling of envy.


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Hasselblad H1 & Kodak DCS 645H combo review
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2003, 07:29:31 PM »

As we wait in feverish anticipation for Michael's medium format back review - a good idea, in my view - here is something to whet the appetite.

Digital Photographer issue 9, a decent pro/enthusiast publication in the UK, has this combination on test, with sample images on the included CD Rom.

The ' blad gets 92% - a rave review really - and the Kodak 645H gets 84%, described as a worthy competitor to medium format film, and in most repects faultless.  So, pretty enthusiastic.  Mind you, a magazine called Digital Photographer is unlikely to rubbish the latest digital technology.

The price of the combo is of course stratospheric.

Quentin Bargate, ARPS, Author, Arbitrator, Photographer and senior partner of Bargate Murray, the award winning Luxury Asset Law Firm
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