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Jul 18th 2012 1:10AM If you look closely, there is a double rainbow...
Jun 20th 2011 12:42AM Thanks guys, love getting photo of the day!
Aug 5th 2010 10:35PM Duuuuuuuuude will someone stop snitching!?!??!!
Who's the jerk that is calling Apple and telling them there is something awesome that needs to be taken away asap?
I'll tell you who. It's the same guy who would tell the principal before ditch day, the same person who heard that José a. and José b. were going to get in a knife fight that afternoon, and leaked it to the cops.
Jul 22nd 2010 12:12PM I dont know, this sounds more like stuff my grandmother shouldn't do during a layover...
Apr 19th 2010 5:49PM @Marc B Avid and Final Cut can both handle this, as well as all the other high end systems. You can transcode the data from the Phantom pretty easy, just takes forever.
Apr 19th 2010 8:24AM Cool camera, it's a shame that is is controlled with some god-awful Windows NT based application. And if you've ever called Vision Research with a problem or question (which none of you have), you'll see they've traded social skills for technological prowess.
The Phantom HD Gold is $117k, so this one will push $150k I'm sure.
The hot swappable SSDs go for $9000 and up.
Mar 31st 2010 5:01PM This isnt really a big deal that the sensor rotates, at Photokina 2 years ago Leaf already had a back that rotates the sensor.
For those wondering where this camera is used. It's a studio camera, if you want to see results, checkout any issue of Vogue or any high fashion magazine. The images in these magazines are made up for mostly Canon 1DS mk2, Phase One digital backs and sometimes Leaf backs (nobody in HIGH fashion uses Leaf backs). I'd say you find these in catalog fashion and architecture.
Why so many pixels? Makes the retouching a hell of a lot easier having the everything down to the smallest pixel of detail. Nothing to do with Shallow DOF. Most fashion images with these cameras are shot at f8 1/250 @ ISO 100. Nothing shallow there.
Yes, they are super expensive too, but photographers dont actually buy them, Rental houses do buy them, and rent to photographers.
Most professional fashion photographers don't actually own a camera or know how to use one... irony at it's best.