ProGear and Phase One invite you to the launch of the new IQ2 series digital backs.
Join us at the Mpls Photo Center, Minneapolis on May 16th, 2013
In addition, we will be conducting two
Capture One Pro 7 Seminars
(Two different times, same great content)
9:00am - 12:30pm 1:30pm - 5:30pm
Same content will be covered in both sessions
Phase One breaks the barriers again...
Introducing the newest of the IQ Series
Three new full-frame 645 format digital camera backs with high-speed wireless connectivity and 13 f-stops of dynamic range, plus new options to meet specific photographic goals. Features between these three digital backs includes built-in WiFi, 16-bit color depth and true unbayered B/W imaging.
The flagship 80 megapixel IQ280 puts Wi-Fi in a new perspective, enabling remote image capture and viewing of huge 80 megapixel images on an iPad running Phase One’s Capture Pilot App. It represents the pinnacle of image quality. With an ISO as low as 35, no other camera or digital back can get better silk-like images.
The 60 megapixel IQ260 offers unparalleled capture versatility, with exposure ranges from 1/10000s to one hour with virtually noise-free images. The 60 megapixel sensor at the heart of the IQ260 is a unique 645 format full-frame device found only in this digital back. It offers the widest exposure range opportunities on the market coupled with phenomenal image quality. And both the IQ280 and IQ260 capture raw images at 16-bit color depth per channel, enabling reproduction of scenes with ultra-smooth transitions.
The Phase One IQ260 Achromatic is a dedicated image capture device designed to deliver the highest-quality pure black and white images. It fully shares the IQ2 series’ “unplugged” assets. At the core of this system is a 60-megapixel sensor with no color filter array mounted, which means that no interpolation is necessary. Each and every pixel of the sensor is focused purely on capturing the finest details of an image. This digital back comes with no mounted IR cut-off filter, and the IQ260 Achromatic is capable of capturing image in three light spectrums: infrared, visible and ultraviolet -- permitting photographers to experiment with a wide range of their choice of filters to create unique images for artistic and scientific purposes.
Highlights, version 7.1
• Import of sessions into catalogs. A session will be imported as a project.
• Improved support for tethering with Canon on OS X 10.8.x and Mac OS X 10.7.5.
• Fixed a memory leak on Windows.
• Fixed some issues with sessions on Mac.
• Fixed an issue with setting WB on digital backs from the software on Mac.
• Fixed a number of issues with sorting on Mac.
• Fixed an issue with reordering of local adjustments layers on Mac.
• Fixed a number of other issues on both Mac and Windows.
Call Denis Nervig at 312-376-3770 for details or email email@example.com