Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back Driver
This package contains firmware version RCIM for the listed products: H4D, H4D, H4DMS, H3DII, H3DIIMS, H4DMS & CFV For those of you not familiar with the H3DII, it is a 31 megapixel medium format camera. This is not just a digital back you put on a medium Missing: 50MS. The 50MP back from Hasselblad is said to have even better colors - I do not . even it is funny many maybe using Phase One digital back on Hasselblad in the same way he condemned the H3DIIMS for blotchiness.
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Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back Driver
Hasselblad H3DII Review John Keatley
It was Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back as likely to focus on the tip of a nose, or the back of an ear as it was the eye, and it was really difficult to tell what was in focus through the view finder. I think that experience with an auto focus medium format camera is what made me so hesitant about the Hasselblad at first.
Not only is this camera accurate, but the sharpness and clarity is incredible. After all this time with it, I still get excited and amazed by the detail and richness of Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back images. The out of focus areas in the background are smooth without banding, and the detail areas of the images are so crisp and brilliant.
And it gives you more options if you want to shoot with strobe and maintain a shallow depth of field. A feature of this camera not Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back discussed is the aspect ratio. It is medium format after all, so it is 6 x4.
Making the switch back to medium format for me was a breath of fresh air. Some people like square format, and some of you will prefer 35mm.
Hasselblad H3DIIMS Medium Format Digital SLR Camera
I have found the color on the H3DII to be much more accurate and rich than on other cameras I have used. Shadow detail is also something that really jumped out at me. When working with my Canon, I became used Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back flat shadows with little detail, but the Hasselblad seems to have a much better range between darks and highlights. The resolution is also amazing. Frequently, Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back will come across details in a picture while using Photoshop I never could have seen with a different camera.
For example, I was photographing a CEO on the 45th floor and the city Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back in the background. I wish the camera would create a file that was supported by other software options, but Hasselblad claims one of the reasons their files are so great is because they can completely control them through Phocus.
I guess I just wish there were more options for working with the raw files.
In the scheme of things, this is not Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back huge deal for me, especially considering the final product produced by the H3DII That being said, the new version of Phocus is a good program. It just takes getting used to, as does any new program. A little closer and both would render the text.
The same might be happening here. A little larger, and Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back would have blotches. A little smaller, and both might have blotches like would certainly have been the case if he had shot the Hasselblad in single-shot mode in the second test.
In the first test, he found the exact distance where the Hasselblad's slight deficiency in pixels led to blotchiness but where the Phase was still okay, condemned the Hasselblad and stopped using it in single-shot mode. He really Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back to try all modes all the way and not remove one mode from the equation for a poor result on one test. The one example he shows the lawn and treesthe colours start fairly close, and some parts look better on the Hasselblad shot, others on the Phase shot.
He Hasselblad H3DII-50MS Digital Back goes on to trounce the Hasselblad His comment on the dynamic range of current 35mm DSLRs being 7 stops is truly bizarre.
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