Phase One's 80-megapixel, $42,990 image sensor for medium-format cameras can capture an abundance of detail and color. Here's a look at some photos taken with--and of--the camera system.
At nearly $48,000 just to get started, this medium-format camera system better be good. It is--if you take care before snapping the shot.
The new IQ2 line of digital backs lets photographers use Wi-Fi for remote camera control, and a black-and-white version offers sharper detail while venturing beyond the visible spectrum.
In the rarefied air of medium-format digital photography, Phase One aims to stay competitive with a new family of image sensors. Also: USB 3 and a touch screen.
The latest version of the software for managing and editing raw photos can handle Canon's S100, Sony's NEX-7, Panasonic's GX-1, and lots of lenses.
Two of Phase One's high-end photography brands are marrying product research, development, and support activities.
Those who have purchased the newest small interchangeable-lens cameras now can edit raw files with Adobe's photography software.
The third-generation version of the ubiquitous technology is creeping to market--but the leader of the group overseeing USB 3 says it's par for the course.