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Digital Back: Filter fungus / spots on images
Problem
I have spots all over the image usually happens with a few spots and then characteristically "grows" like a fungus. Image Example: Not to be confused with dusty or dirty lens or CCD chip (although similar) which can be cleaned, this is an occurence that happens embedded within the IR filter on the digital back. Can further determined with zooming in on a spot , and seeing a dot within the circle. Image Example:
Solution
Please consult your dealer for a repair and a cleaning at Phase One's Factory. Save a RAW file for further determination on a CD and attach this together with the back when sending it in for repair.
Language: English
Scarica Capture One Express 7 Capture One Express 7 Rinomato motore di elaborazione Potente gestione di immagine Avanzati strumenti di regolazione ...
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Hasselblad H System: Mounting the viewfinder mask and connecting the Flash Sync.
Problem
I need to know the correct way to mount the Viewfinder Mask and the Sync Cable for the Hasselblad H series camera?
Solution
The image area of the Hasselblad H Camera System is approximately 6cm x 4.5cm. However several digital backs have a CCD that is smaller than that measurement and require a viewfinder mask to provide an accurate reference when composing an image. When you purchase a Phase One Digital Back the thin...
Language: English
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PowerPhase FX/FX+ which filters to use
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Connecting the PowerPhase FX to the computer Because the PowerPhase FX connects to the computer through IEEE 1394 there are no ID numbers or termination to worry about. When you are ready to begin capturing files simply plug the PowerPhase FX into the built-in FireWire port or a 1394 PCI card in your Macintosh and double click on the “Phase One Image Capture” program to start the Software and connect to the PowerPhase FX.
Solution
Optical Filters The CCD sensor used in PowerPhase FX back are extra sensitive to infrared light. Unless infrared light is filtered out before reaching the CCD sensor, there will be an unnatural color rendering in your pictures. Therefore, you must use a filter that removes infrared light when you t...
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IR cut-off filter installed over sensor
Problem
I would like to remove the IR filter on my back to shoot IR photography.
Solution
The IR cut-off filter is placed on top of the CCD on all Phase One one-shot digital backs. The filter may not be removed for several reasons: The focusing of the camera back will be damaged It is only possible to remount the filter without dust in between the filter and the CCD if you have acc...
Language: English
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FlexAdaptor Stitching images in Capture One for Windows
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Stitching images in Capture One for Windows Stitching images in Capture One is a simple process. Keep in mind that the Curve, Histogram, Unsharp Mask, Color-Management and other image settings in Capture One will be similar for all the images stitched together. 1. In the Capture Collection of Ca...
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FlexAdaptor Stitching images in Capture One for Macintosh
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Stitching images in Capture One for Macintosh Stitching images in Capture One is a simple process. Keep in mind that the Curve, Histogram, Unsharp Mask, Color-Management and other image settings in Capture One will be similar for all the images stitched together. 1. Now select the images to be ...
Language: English
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