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Even better than a tethered iPhone viewer... a wireless iPhone viewer.
I'm eager to hear your thoughts on the new Capture Pilot Paul! Download it and share. Make sure to turn on "respect retina resolution".Unless Phase has worked on the Capture Pilot viewing algorithm, the view at 100% will not be too useful. It's better than 100% on an iPad which is terrible but still not as sharp as the LCD on the back.
Curious if this is the same 35mm Rodenstock with the 70mm IC or a new lens. In the picture it's showing the older pink band.
No mention of movements. Not that familiar with Alpa but the camera looks like the TC.
I have version 1.7 installed which I assume is the most current. I will take a look later tonight. I always had "respect retina" turned on with the older versions.I'm eager to hear your thoughts on the new Capture Pilot Paul! Download it and share. Make sure to turn on "respect retina resolution".
23HR, 35HR, 70HR
Body is TC - no movements.
I have version 1.7 installed which I assume is the most current. I will take a look later tonight. I always had "respect retina" turned on with the older versions.
I think the holder makes a huge amount of sense - especially for those who like shooting at waist level.Can someone please explain what "upcoming in-back LCC autocorrection" actually entails? Is it automatic LCC correction based on the back knowing what lens, focus point and aperture you are using (and lens movements if camera allows), sensed and applied automatically? Or is it essentially that you take the LCC shot as normal and can assign it to the relevant image on back? The former would be amazing, but I assume would require some kind of electronic communication between lens and back to be useful. The latter would be useful in some situations, if a little cumbersome in practice (at least in the way I imagine it being implemented.)
As for the iPhone holder, it all seems a bit superfluous to me. I get sick of needing to charge my iPhone battery everyday as it is. Plus it looks rather, well, silly? Then again, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and the TC itself is pretty hot.
I've been playing with this today. Live view is transmitted to Capture Pilot. It's really rather cool.Even with CMOS, I don't think Phase is transmitting Live View over WiFi and Capture Pilot. It might be possible with vr 1.7. What you get with capture pilot and WiFi is the ability to view images once they are taken ( a JPEG rendering) and camera controls for the df+.
I am also interested in the auto LCC as I can't see the back processing and applying a LCC in the field. Doing this in post on a computer takes quite a bit of processing headroom.
Just making the assumption that there is something specific in the new A serie of Phase One as they do not show an option to customize it with the other Alpa camera bodies.i don't see why the I-phone holder would't fit on the STC or Cambo for that matter
My error.I've been playing with this today. Live view is transmitted to Capture Pilot. It's really rather cool.