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I also find myself wanting different aspect ratio medium format cameras. Ideally a 6x6 and a 4x5 aspect ratio. Too bad it'll never happen anymore with an optical viewfinder, everything will be EVF by then.That's the one. A full-frame 6x6 digital camera is the only upgrade I'd find worth spending money on at this point. 50 mpixel is enough, I'd like it in a CVF series back for my Hasselblad V system cameras. Then the switch between film and digital backs becomes easy and seamless.
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it could be so easy – just a little EVF accessory to be mounted on the back ... so you don't need cabling. Pls. P1.
The TC has become my favorite camera as of late – compactness furthers opportunity to take pictures – so anything which improves that in the sense of an EVF would be killer.
Then you add the HPF rings and you can, via the little shift sticks, super easily focus with the middle fingers. Its really amazing for walkaround.
I do this, but I am also a little crazy lol. Sometimes with a 210mm lens which gets…attention…super cool. Yeah I tried using my phase one XF as a walkaround a few times and it is not ideal : )
Love compact IQ setups! The TC inspired my own SWC style camera, using a Sinaron digital 45mm. It’s sadly not sharp edge to edge because I messed up somewhere and something is not planar! Which, I think, is a good add for Alpa machining and quality if you can afford itWith SK glass its even more compact. The 43XL on the TC ... what can I say. It is a go everywhere setup. And IQ4A starts at ISO 200, so this helps too!
Anyone know how this works? Is it an LCD? Similar to the Sinar LC shutter? Or the built in ND filters on RED cameras? Doesn’t that come with some quality impact?I think I saw that the new Olympus camera has a live digital graduated ND filter? And an ND filter? I’d appreciate that in a back