We use the best digital backs and sensors for our imaging systems. We have partnered with Phase One and Mamiya Leaf to bring the best quality with the highest resolution to our systems and to you. You won’t find a better quality image producer anywhere.
We are also proud to announce the first ever 100 megapixel digital back from Phase One, read on for more.
Courtesy of the Morgan Library and Mueseum
Introducing the IQ3 100mp – The first 100 megapixel sensor
Phase One has always strived to offer our customers the ultimate photographic flexibility. They were the first to offer Full Frame Medium Format CCD systems and now the first to offer a Full Frame Medium Format CMOS solution. The Phase One XF 100MP Camera System offers the same great advantages of full frame usability with the added benefits of CMOS. No lens crop factors, no focus screen masks, just uncompromised image quality from edge to edge.
Color Built for Cultural Heritage
Professional color management has always been an essential part of ensuring Phase One shooters get the ultimate image quality they demand. Phase One’s own Image Professor, Niels V. Knudsen and his team have worked for decades perfecting the color response of Phase One hardware. The Phase One Color is not just a science but a passion that runs deep at Phase One.
Electronic First Curtain Shutter
Shoot clean with ISO 50 - 12800
By combining new sensor technology and years of experience in noise suppression through Capture One software, the Phase One XF 100MP ISO range delivers unparalleled creative freedom and performance in all shooting conditions. With a previously unthinkable base ISO of 50, the Phase One XF 100MP delivers the flexibility of longer exposures and unrestricted use of fast lenses, all while providing the cleanest possible results. Expanding on CMOS technology, the XF 100MP can offer higher ISO versatility and, with Capture One software, retain excellent noise suppression and file rendering.
A Joint Sensor Partnership
Output via Wi-fi, USB and now HDMI
With the Phase One XF 100MP Camera System delivering a consistent high-quality Live View feed, it is possible to output the feed through Wi-Fi, USB or the newly added HDMI output port. Whether you are shooting tethered to a computer, connected to Capture Pilot via Wi-Fi, or attach a field monitor using the new HDMI port, you can use Live View to efficiently elevate the precision of your focus and composition. HDMI output creates substantial opportunities for your workflow, be it onset to an external display or in the field for a more robust Live View experience, the HDMI output provides you with composition tools and a workflow that works for you.
One shot from the IQ3 100MP, red square shows the 100% zoom portion. FADGI 4 Verified.
Courtesy of the New York Public Library.
|Resolution||101 Megapixel||80 Megapixel||60 Megapixel||50 Megapixel|
|Sensor Format and Size|
|Long Exposure||60 min.||60 min.||60 min.||60 min.|
|16 bit Opticolor+||YES||YES||YES||NO|
|Dynamic Range||15 f-stops||13 f-stops||13 f-stops||14 f-stops|
|Sensitivity (ISO)||50 – 12800||50-800||50-800||100-6400|
|Sensitivity (ISO) – Long Exp.||50 – 12800||200-3200||140-3200||100-6400|
|Sensor+ (ISO) – 1/4 of total res.||No Sensor+||200-3200||200-3200||No Sensor+|
|Active Pixels||11608 x 8708||10328 x 7760||8984 x 6732||8280 x 6208|
|Pixel Size (micron)||4.6 x 4.6||5.2 x 5.2||6.0 x 6.0||5.3 x 5.3|
|Output image dim. 300 DPI||98.3 x 73.2||87.4 x 65.6 cm||76.1 x 57 cm||70.1 x 52.6 cm|
|Output image dim. 600 DPI||49.1 x 36.9||43.7 x 32.8 cm||38 x 28.5 cm||35.0 x 26.3 cm|
|Mount Options||XF/DF+/Hasselblad||XF/H/V||XF(IQ2 available for H/V)||XF(IQ2 available for H/V)|
|3.2″ Touch Display||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|High Bandwidth Ports||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|XF Body Powershare||YES||YES||YES||YES|
|Wi-Fi 802.11 n||YES||YES||YES||YES|
Captures Per Second
|Focal Plane (Full res.)||1.4||0.8||0.9||1.8|
|Focal Plane (Sensor+)||N/A||1.1||1.2||N/A|
|Leaf Shutter (Full res.)||1.2||0.7||0.8||1.4|
|Leaf Shutter (Sensor+)||N/A||1||1.4||N/A|
Pushing image quality beyond megapixels IQ2 digital backs offer stunning image quality with up to 80 megapixel captures. At the heart of these digital backs sit the largest cutting-edge sensors on the market; up to 2.5 times larger than the sensors found in full-frame 35mm DSLR cameras.
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|Sensor Format and Size|
|Sensor Size (mm)||44.0 x 33.0||53.7 x 40.4||53.9 x 40.4||53.9 x 40.4|
|Active Pixels, Full Resolution||
8280 x 6208
|10,328 x 7760||8,984 x 6,732||8,984 x 6,732|
|Active Pixels, Sensor*||N/A||5,162 x 3,878||4,490 x 3,364||N/A|
|Pixel size (micron)||5.3 x 5.3||Full Res: 5.2 x 5.2 Sensor*: 10.4 x 10.4||Full Res: 6 x 6 Sensor*: 12 x 12||Full Res: 6 x 6 Sensor*: 12 x 12|
|Resolution (megapixels)||50||80 (20 with Sensor+)||60.5 (15 with Sensor+)||60.5|
|Light Sensitivity (ISO)||100-6400 ISO||35-800 (140-3200 in Sensor+)||50-800 (200-3200 in Sensor+)||200-3200|
|Exposure Time||1/10,000 sec – 1 hour||1/10,000 sec – 2 minutes||1/10,000 sec – 1 hour (@ISO140)||1/10,000 sec – 2 minutes|
|Image Quality||14 f-stops||16 bit-Opticolor, 12.5 f-stops, Lens+ technology|
|Capture Time (frames per sec*)||1.2||0.7 (0.9 in Sensor+)||1.0 (1.4 in Sensor+)||1.0|
|Image Buffer||2 GB||1 GB|
|Display||3.2″ Touch screen with 1.15 megapixels 290 ppi (dpi) 16 million colors, 170° viewing angle|
*Max expected performance. The actual performance will be dependent on the camera model and on the camera and digital back capture modes.
All images courtesy of the Morgan Library & Mueseum
The Leaf Credo delivers the stunning, film-like quality that has been Leaf’s trademark for many years. The large, specially designed CCD sensors in the Credo 40, 60 and 80 and the Credo 50’s CMOS sensor with dynamic range of up to 14 f-stops provide unmatched detail, richness of color, low noise and beautiful tonality.
Lossless 14/ 16-bit file compression accelerates file handling without loss of image quality.