Doug made a very valid point that it would be a good idea if Phase were able to limit the use of the dark exposure after a certain exposure time, so that say it's not needed until after a minute or 2. That should be possible. If Hasselblad can do than I don't see why Phase One can't do it.
they don't always do what the end user wants.Hblad and the HY cameras both do focus stacking but the new phase backs/cameras/software do not. surely these kind of features would be seen as essential if all the competition have enabled it?
I would say that the ability to shoot images without having to double the exposure time is a fundamental need for most photographers don't you think
Doug: What exactly does this mean?Achromatic Has Come to the IQ2 SeriesWhat delivery time do you predict for IQ280 (Contax)? What is the upgrade cost, my IQ180 is like new, only a few 1000 exposures and has the Plus Package wty? Kind Regards, Jon
Once more the Phase One website is not clear on whether the H4X is supported or not, it only lists the H1 and H2...I would assume that it is supported given that it was supported by the IQ1 and Credo backs was well...?
Do the IQ260 and IQ280 have live view over USB3?
Capturing over USB is supported now.Live View over USB is forthcoming.This is the case for both the IQ1 and IQ2.So for now you are limited to live view on the digital back itself, or on a computer via firewire or thunderbolt (using the firewire adapter).
Does anyone out there know what the noise is like at 3200 between the 260 and 280?
Possible USB3 wirekless solution for IQ1 series backs?http://www.ludd.ltu.se/~torger/photography/img/dwcf-fs.pngModified code would be needed, but could be an option
I think you've got a wrong link.