Announcing the first feature release for the XF Camera System. This is a free system update available to all Phase One XF system users. The update enables new functionality and features in addition to bug fixes and stability improvements.
New key features include:
Waist Level Focus Confirmation – gives full focus control in Waist Level Finder workflow.
Seismographic Vibration Delay – ensures camera stillness at the moment of capture.
Hyperfocal Point Calibration – allows you to use Capture One Pro to calibrate and store your perfect hyperfocal point.
BullsEye Level tool – enables easy camera alignment.
We are adding a new 55mm LS f/2.8, 80mm LS f/2.8 and 150mm LS f/3.5 to the “Blue Ring” family.
The lenses are manufactured to meet our highest standards. Improved quality assurance and tighter tolerances, producing better, more reliable lenses.
The new A-series IQ3 System is now fully compatible with the XF Camera Systems. New Factory Lens Calibrations (FLC) have been engineered for each of the new A-series IQ3 Digital Backs, so that A-series users can simply select the lens they’re using from the touch screen and shoot, eliminating the need to later create Lens cast corrections.
The A-series IQ3 System is a true example of the open-platform philosophy of Phase One.
contact L&P for more information www.lapfoto.com.au
Phase One Unveils the Future of High-End Photography
The NEW Phase One XF camera system is designed around a new modular camera body, taking medium format camera systems into the next decade.
The XF Camera System is a fundamental re-design of all core elements in a modern camera system, including lenses, imaging sensors, mechanics, electronics, autofocus system, software and controls.
They enter Phase One’s range of 20 high-resolution medium format optics, including a dedicated Leaf Shutter range, a Focal Plane range, specialty and zooms.
CONTACT L&P for more information and when you can see it for yourself.
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During the band’s phenomenal rise and its dissolution at the height of their popularity in the early ’80s, Summers captured history with his candid photographs.
Utilizing rare archival footage and insights from the guitarist’s side of the stage, Can’t Stand Losing You brings together past and present as the band members reunite, two decades later, for a global reunion tour in 2007.