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    Re: "Big" news from Phase One on Monday

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    You don't want to be shooting in Zero latency, especially on a tech cam where it takes time between shots. The back will heat up quite fast leading to all kinds of other issues.
    Actually I've never really had a problem with zero latency with the IQ260 so long as you remembered to turn it off when not needed.
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    Re: "Big" news from Phase One on Monday

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Actually I've never really had a problem with zero latency with the IQ260 so long as you remembered to turn it off when not needed.
    Same as well. Hated that one shot cable. Actually it was more than hate it was a rip off. Lol
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    Re: "Big" news from Phase One on Monday

    I need to play with the "temp"gauge on my 260 to see if it makes much of a difference, zero L on or off.

    In the summer, I had a trip where I forgot my Kapture group one shot cable and had to use zero latency. The 260 after a morning shoot was considerably warm to the touch, this was in 100% humidity and 95 degree temp. But if I remembered to turn the back off after each set, it seemed fine.

    What I found caused the greatest heat build up was Live View, on the 260. With that one, I could sometimes feel the back get quite hot. Where as Live View on the CMOS never seemed to create any extra heat.

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    Re: "Big" news from Phase One on Monday

    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Actually I've never really had a problem with zero latency with the IQ260 so long as you remembered to turn it off when not needed.
    I found it heating up quickly on the IQ180 and IQ260 Achromatic. The normal IQ260's long-exposure implementation could have addressed this.

    The other issue I had was battery drain....it drains faster than the fuel tank in my boat!
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