Monday, August 10, 2009
Beyond the D-SLR
For professionals, there are times when the modern D-SLR isn’t the camera that will get the job done
At press time (July 2009), Phase One announced a major investment in Mamiya Digital Imaging and the purchase of Leaf, somewhat consolidating the medium-format and digital-back field. We can look to even better things in the future as a result of their combined efforts.
Each camera/back brand comes with its own software, and this should factor into your decision as to which system may be best for you. For
example, Phase One’s Capture One software is a popular RAW converter among users of many camera brands, including 35mm-based D-SLRs. Each software package has its own pluses and minuses, which should be considered along with the camera and back—while all can produce excellent results, some may be better suited to your personal preferences.
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