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Power requirements when shooting tethered with the P 25 and P 20
Problem
Can I shoot tethered with the P 20 and P 25 using battery power?
Solution
Power requirements The P 25 and P 20 can be operated as fully portable units powered by the embedded battery and shooting to a compact flash card or micro drive which is inserted in the CF-card slot on the left side of the camera back. Shooting tethered with these models requires the use of a 4...
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Deleting Capture One and all drivers from Windows machine
Problem
I want to delete Capture One and everything installed with the application. How do I do this?
Solution
If you want to remove everything installed by Capture One, follow this procedure: WARNING Make sure you have backed up all images you wish to keep, as this procedure wipes out everything within the application, including images. 1. Remove Capture One with the Add/Remove Programs control panel (...
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Leaf backs tethered to iMac or laptops
Problem
Some laptop's do not provide the level of power required to operate a Leaf back. The Leaf back requires a powered connection via Firewire 400 or Firewire 800 in order to work tethered with Leaf Capture or Capture One.
Solution
Previously Leaf offered a Firewire repeater that can be powered by the power supply that comes with the Leaf battery charger (12V) or if on location, by an external battery pack e.g. Quantum. While these are no longer availble from Leaf, similar repeaters are available from several companies incl...
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Wide angle lens support for the P 30
Problem
The product literature for the Phase One P 30 digital back states that use of wide angle lenses may result in a color cast in the image. Can you clarify this limitation?
Solution
The CCD used on the P 30 makes use of an extremely small microlens for each pixel. The microlens design increases the performance of the CCD by focusing more light into the center of the pixel well where the CCD is most efficient. The microlens design improves the sensor efficiencies for light rea...
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Creating a Proof or Contact Sheet on Windows
Problem
I want to create a contact sheet for a client. Can I do this on Capture One?
Solution
Creating a contact sheet is creating an HTML (index.html) Document with Capture One. This can then be emailed or printed. Using the QuickProof tool, Capture One allows you to create this document for clients to preview. Steps: 1. Make image adjustments 2. Select all Thumbnails to be includ...
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P 30, P45 Pixel Well Size and Image Quality.
Problem
The Phase One P 30, and P 45 feature CCDs with new, smaller 6.8 micron pixel wells. I'm concerned that the smaller pixel size means that image files will be noisier than previous Phase One backs.
Solution
With older and inferior CCDs, this is a valid concern. Pixel well size plays a large part in determining the usable sensitivity of a CCD. Older CCDs with smaller pixel wells would not meet Phase One's demanding image quality criteria. However, continual improvements in sensor design allow the u...
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Interface & control Cabels from Leaf
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Pictures of Interface Cables from Leaf
Solution
Camera to back Sync cable short for medium format (Item No. 216-00026) Camera to back Sync cable long for large format (Item No. 216-00126) Camera control cable for Aptus Mamiya RZ (Item No. 216-00128) Camera control cable for Aptus Hasselblad 5XX EL (Item No. 216-00118) ...
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Interface adapters from Leaf
Problem
Pictures of Interface adapters from Leaf
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Universal to Mamiya RB (Item No. 500-01903A) Mamiya to Mamiya RB (Landscape Item No. 500-03327A, portrait 500-04131A) Universal to Mamiya RZ (500-08291A) Mamiya to Mamiya RZ (500-09138C) H1 to Mamiya RZ (500-04486A) Universal to Large Format (500-08266A) ...
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Leaf Digital Camera Back: Rotating the Image VS Rotating the Menu Icons
Problem
How do I Rotat the Image VS Rotating the Menu Icons?
Solution
Did you know that the Leaf back can automatically detect when you move from landscape to portrait? In the Leaf Aptus, Aptus S and AFi, there is a sensor, which is responsible for the Auto Orientation functions of the back. The sensor can tell when you shoot in landscape or portrait mode and can be...
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How do I do long exposures with the Contax 645 and a digital back?
Problem
The bulb mode on Contax 645 is not supported. How can I do longer exposures than the body allows?
Solution
Note this is not an offical Phase One Supported solution and is offered as a workaround only. The Contaxt 645 has a limitation in the body which limits exposure time with the Phase One digital backs. The way around this is to make the back think it is a large format solution. You will need: ...
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