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    IQ160 on a Hasselblad ArcBody

    Rained all day yesterday, but as soon as it slowed to intermittent sprinkles, I charged out of the house to catch the sun bouncing around the clouds before it called it a day.

    This is the first outdoor image I've made with the IQ160 on my ArcBody. It was with the Rodenstock Apo-Grandagon 45mm; camera standards zeroed.

    The full-frame jpg is half the dimensions of the tif (25"x18.7"). The cyan box in that image refers to the enlargement of that area. It was originally processed with Capture One, then Photoshop, then LightRoom and back to Photoshop. That's a strange workflow, because I'm not comfortable with C1 yet, but anticipate using it much more.

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    Re: IQ160 on a Hasselblad ArcBody

    Nice. How is the iq with movements. How did you focus?

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    Re: IQ160 on a Hasselblad ArcBody

    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    How is the iq with movements. How did you focus?
    I haven't tested movements, but that's on today's agenda. I used "hyperfocal focusing" with the 45mm at f11. At about 16 feet (5m), the near point was about 6 feet (2m) and far point was beyond infinity. I checked focus on the screen (truly a "game-changer" for viewfinderless cameras) after the exposure.

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