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01/26/2010 10:34:21 AM · #1
You will need a slave too
01/26/2010 10:42:16 AM · #2
There are some more detailed posts of that floating around on the forum somewhere from awhile back. Definitely a cool (if not questionably useful) device though.
01/26/2010 10:43:12 AM · #3
oh, Hellz yah...I'm in the market for a new camera (rolls eyes).
I think those that developed it were compensating for something...
:P
01/26/2010 10:44:19 AM · #4
Sample Images
01/26/2010 10:45:01 AM · #5
Originally posted by JaimeVinas:

You will need a slave too


Jesus, Jaime!

Why in h33l would you need 160mp if it takes 1s to take the picture? :p

Impressive though...
01/26/2010 10:46:11 AM · #6
The image quality is quite nice!
01/26/2010 10:49:34 AM · #7
Originally posted by sarampo:

Originally posted by JaimeVinas:

You will need a slave too


Jesus, Jaime!

Why in h33l would you need 160mp if it takes 1s to take the picture? :p

Impressive though...


It's not a 1-sec exposure, it's a second of processing time. And some take longer, several seconds, depends what mode you use it in. So, basically, you can't run it in burst mode LOL, sports are out. But this is as extreme as it gets, currently, for digital landscape, architecture, panoramas. Note that it's using the same lenses that are used on view cameras, some really great optics are usable on this body/back combo.

R.
01/26/2010 11:35:59 AM · #8
Originally posted by JaimeVinas:

You will need a slave too

You will need a shave too
01/26/2010 11:45:19 AM · #9
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by sarampo:

Originally posted by JaimeVinas:

You will need a slave too


Jesus, Jaime!

Why in h33l would you need 160mp if it takes 1s to take the picture? :p

Impressive though...


It's not a 1-sec exposure, it's a second of processing time. And some take longer, several seconds, depends what mode you use it in. So, basically, you can't run it in burst mode LOL, sports are out. But this is as extreme as it gets, currently, for digital landscape, architecture, panoramas. Note that it's using the same lenses that are used on view cameras, some really great optics are usable on this body/back combo.

R.


Thanks Robert,

I didn't quite catch that :)

I guess the people who like a high fps count should not use this one :-D


01/26/2010 12:14:59 PM · #10
Did you know if the human eye where to be measured in megapixles it would be roughly 264
01/26/2010 12:53:38 PM · #11
When someone asks what kind of camera did you use I think this will be my new response, "Seitz 6X17 Digital". Can't wait to hear the responses when they google it!!!
01/26/2010 12:55:29 PM · #12
Originally posted by roby21112:

Sample Images

That first HDR looks like crap.
01/26/2010 01:23:40 PM · #13
Originally posted by george917:

Originally posted by roby21112:

Sample Images

That first HDR looks like crap.


Probably looks better when you print it the size of a house.
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