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Will Phase One Digital Backs support the Mamiya Pro TL ?
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Can I use a Phase One digital back with Mamiya Pro / PRO TL or Mamiya Super 645
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Not at this time. Consider upgrading to the Phase One 645 AF or Mamiya 645AFDII / III. With this camera you will be able to use both the autofocus lenses as well as your existing manual lenses. Please see our digital back compatiblity chart: http://www.phaseone.com/Content/p1digitalbacks/P-,-...
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Is Capture One JHOVE compatible?
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Yes! TIF Files processd by Capture One (3.7.6 or later, incl Capture One 4.x) from any supported digital back or DSLR camera are fully compliant with JHOVE authentication. This includes both 8 and 16bit TIF files. JHOVE: JSTOR/Harvard Object Validation Environment JHOVE is an open source frame...
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P+ features explained
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What are the new features for the P+ series (P20+, P21+, P25+, P30+, P45+) digital backs?
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Opticolor+ Improved color reproduction even in very dark areas. Improved details in shadow area. Improved skin tones in general. Dynamic+ Raises the dynamic range which makes it possible to maintain details in highlight and shadow areas. Improved image quality on all ISO values. XPose+ Improv...
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Capture One LE & SanDisk
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Can not activate key, the software tells me that the key is disabled.
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The promotion to offer a Capture One LE license free of charge with a SanDisk CF or SD card ended March 27, 2008. This is also printed on the voucher that came with the card. Unused SanDisk keys which were never activated are now disabled and cannot be used to activate Capture One. License ...
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Variants and clones feature in Capture One 4
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The variants and clones feature is used to preview adjusted images to the original, side by side, for an easier workflow. Each variant saves only the adjustments in order to minimize disk space use.
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A new feature in Capture One 4! Allows you to create multi-instinctive looks for one raw file. You can actually control each look without duplicating that file or making a destructive edit. Variant and Clones - A variant is a duplicate of the image using default settings. Meaning a...
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Color Fringing in Capture One 4
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Some clarification about fringing. Color/Purple finging is a form of chromatic aberration caused by the failure of a lens system to focus all colors at the same point. The amount of chromatic aberration depends on the dispersion of the glass. Chromatic Aberration is visible as color fringing around areas of high contrast, such as edges, and occurs around the edges of the image frame in wide angle shots, especially when the light comes from behind them.
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In Capture One fringing is possible to fix using a simple tool for analysis and handling. Simply check the Purple Fringing box. In the Lens Correction tool area, click on the letter “A” in the menu bar to apply automatic correction for both Purple Fringing and Chromatic Aberration. Blue/magent...
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High Dynamic Range (HDR) recovery in highlights and shadows
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A new addition to the Exposure tool set (part of Quick tool set) is the new High Dynamic Range tool. In combination with the Gamut warning tool, fast visual corrections can be made to balance exposure variations and correct highlight and shadow areas. This tool allows you to recover details to an over or under exposed image.
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The HDR tool in Capture One 4 provides a significant recovery option in almost all images that needs an extra push in highlights or shadows. The tool will not only add pixels but also add pixels with the correct value and gradation. Samples are below and will show a very convincing handling of the l...
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VIDEO: How to clean the CCD/IR FILTER
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The CCD/IR FILTER needs to be clean before shooting. The DigiClean Kit helps you remove any dirt, grease, spots or streaks.
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Please watch the tutorial movie for direction! Content of the DigiClean kit: DigiClean A: A blue liquid that contains alcohol and soap. Removes dirt, grease, spots etc. easily and carefully from the CCD and IR-filter surface. DigiClean B: Clear liquid that contains isopropanol an...
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Under/Over exposed images on a Phase One Camerabody
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Images are underexposed even though aperture and shutterspeed are set to an expected normal exposed image. Or a Lightmeter informs that the flash supplies the proper setting for an expected normal exposed image. It happens only when shutterspeed are approx 1/4 sec or slower. The images below shows the same image taken at the same exposure settings (1/4s at f22) with different shutter curtain priority settings. Histogram of the image taken at 1/4 second, f22 with shutter curtain priority set to 1st Histogram of the image taken at 1/4 second, f22 with shutter curtain priority set to 2nd
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Check the Custom Functions in the Phase One camera. On the selector wheel on top of the camera select CF - go to bank C-27 and check if 1st (0) or 2nd (1) shutter curtain priority is selected . In most cases when shutterspeed is set to 1/4 or slower - the 2nd shutter curtain priority is recommend...
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Lens+ technology from Phase One
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The Lens+ technology is the actual analyzing tool that is used for the calculation of aberration in an image. The tool is an independent tool that with curves and pure mathematics analyzes the image and the lens characteristics. Not only will the aberration be handled but also the pixels corrected a...
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