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Thread: in doubt: Hasselblad VS Phase One

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    Re: in doubt: Hasselblad VS Phase One

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    I recently received my new DF body from CI.
    It is focusing very well and much better than the AFDIII
    Shutter lag is a non-issue at this point
    AF is fast and totally acceptable, more AF points would be nice, but not really a primary issue, but might be a nice future enhancement.
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    I'm glad you finally got it, Bob - I love mine for the same reasons you give!
    Plus battery life is outstanding.
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    Re: in doubt: Hasselblad VS Phase One

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf65 View Post
    technical wise i don't see such a big difference between the systems.
    but since no company has left their customers standing in the rain so many times like phase/mamiya did i definitely would go for hasselblad.
    (...restrain my friend... restrain and refrain....)

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    Re: in doubt: Hasselblad VS Phase One

    Quote Originally Posted by dougpetersonci View Post
    The inclusion of the body-shutter also opens up a huge range of lens options as you noted - basically anything that can physically attach and can be focused mechanically can be used. I've seen everything from Leica microscope lenses (that was my experiment) to a Canon 85mm f/1.2 lens (for macro work - it could not focus at infinity). The entire series of Hassy 500 and 200 series lenses, pentax, etc etc etc.
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    It seems you're saying that Canon lenses can be used on the Phase One cameras, I'm considering the 645 AFD III, P40+ and that would be awesome because I have some really good Canon lenses... would it require and adapter? Thanks.

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