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  1. #11

    Domyślnie Odp: Hasselblad H3D II

    Cytat Zamieszczone przez BugsBunny Zobacz posta
    cyt. sprzet uzywany amatorsko, zrobione 1108 zdjec!!!
    S5 pro, S8mm, T17-50 2.8mm, N35mm 1.8, N50 1.4D, N85 1.8D, 10-20 sigma, nikon D7100

  2. #12

    Domyślnie Odp: Hasselblad H3D II

    Cytat Zamieszczone przez sradek Zobacz posta
    cyt. sprzet uzywany amatorsko, zrobione 1108 zdjec!!!
    Co w tym dziwnego? Sprzęt sprowadzony pewnie z US, UK lub Skandynawii. W miarę zamożny człowiek w średnim wieku spokojnie wydaje na swoje hobby kilkanaście tys. euro. Jacht jest droższy, porsche także. Troche popstrykał dzieci lub wnuki w ogródku, uznał, że na wakacje troche za ciężki. Nie patrzmy na sprzęt z perspektywy naszego biednego kraju.
    D700, MB-D10, D80, MB-D80, N16-35/4G VR, N 24-70/2.8G, N18-200VR, N 70-200 2.8VR, N AF85 1.4D, T90 2.8, N50 1.8D, N24-85ED, SB-800, SB-600, SB-28DX, ringflash Delta, MF 055 XPROB

  3. #13

    Domyślnie Odp: Hasselblad H3D II

    Co to za roznica amatorsko czy nie? W takim studio na przyklad? Nie widze roznicy. Liczba klatek jest liczba klatek i tyle. Ba, nawet taki profesjonalny fotograf biorac aparat np. na pustynie wie juz pewnie ze piach moze zabic body. A taki jeden amator z kolei wezmie, zabierze na wielblada na super safari autokarem i co, zleci mu to z garba i klops.

    Z drugiej strony chlop sprzedaje tez Mamiye... Takze na te wycieczki kupil chyba za duzo hehe.


  4. #14
    03 2006
    1 404

    Domyślnie Odp: Hasselblad H3D II

    Cytat Zamieszczone przez Jacek_Z Zobacz posta
    hasele w promocji
    5D będą trzymac cenę , a firma C jak zobaczy, że ciągle jest zbyt na to body to nigdy nie wypusci nastepcy
    Jacek_Z, dlaczego 5D? Kodaki z pełną klatką i 14mln matrycą...


  5. #15

    Domyślnie POTWÓR - Hasselblad H3DII-39MS SLR

    Znalazłem takie cosik na alledrogo.
    Hasselblad H3DII-39MS SLR
    Cena powalająca 119 999,00 zł. Jest to warte tej ceny ?

    Dane :
    The Hasselblad H3DII-39MS SLR Digital Camera has been developed around a unique digital camera engine producing increased lens performance and an unsurpassed level of image sharpness. By focusing solely on digital camera architecture, Hasselblad is able to offer photographers the full benefits of professional medium-format digital cameras as well as the ease of use of the best 35mm DSLRs. The H3DII design has also made possible the development of specialty lenses (such as a 28mm wide angle lens), designed and optimized solely for digital image capture.

    The H3DII-39MS delivers outstanding digital performance, taking full advantage of the virtues of medium format photography. The result is flexibility for the professional photographer, including the freedom to choose between eyelevel and waist-level viewfinders, digitally APO corrected lenses, and on-the-fly classification of images. Furthermore, the H3DII-39 offers the photographer the freedom to work with film to allow shooting under extreme conditions, and Hasselblad's Natural Color Solution delivers out-of-the-box image quality only achievable in a true digital camera system.

    The H3DII is the 4th generation of the Hasselblad H-system, and provides improved controls and functionality, better sensor cooling, a more intuitive user interface, and a bright, 3" display, plus the added Multi-Shot capability makes it the ultimate choice for still life photography applications with a significant improvement in color fidelity and the elimination of the problem of moiré when shooting tightly patterned objects or fabrics.

    When combined with the latest Hasselblad's image processing software - Phocus by Hasselblad - the H3DII sets a new standard for digital photographic quality. Phocus provides the power and finesse needed to serve and support the latest Hasselblad camera developments and to enable groundbreaking levels of image quality - all in a modern and easy-to-use environment. Every aspect of Phocus has been developed and designed to reflect the way that photographers work and to help ensure that you can spend as much time as possible taking images - not processing them.

    Key Features

    Large Format 36.7 x 49.0mm Digital Capture

    Today's digital photography demands higher resolution, less noise, and improved compositional choice, The H3DII-39 image sensor provides 39 Megapixels and is more than twice the physical size of today's 35mm sensors. Consequently the sensor holds more and larger pixels, which ensures the highest possible image quality and moiré free color rendering without gradation break-ups - in even the most subtley lit surfaces.

    Ultra-Focus and Digital APO Correction

    Information about the lens and exact capture conditions is fed to the camera processor for ultra-fine-tuning of the auto-focus mechanism, taking into account the design specifications of the lens and the optical specifications of the sensor. In this way the full HC lens program is enhanced to perform at a new level of sharpness and resolution. Digital correction for color aberration and distortion is also added. Digital APO Correction (DA C), is an APO-chromatic correction of the images based on a combination of the various paramaters concerning each specific lens for each specific shot, ensuring that each image represents the best that your equipment can produce.

    Three Modes of Digital Operation and Storage

    Optimum portability and image storage are critical for the professional photographer. The Hasselblad H3DII offers a choice of storage devices: portable CF card storage, the flexible Firewire driven Hasselblad Imagebank or tethered operation with extended, special capture controls, and image capture directly to a computer hard drive. With these three operating and storage options, you are able to select a mode to suit the nature of the work in hand, whether in the studio or on location.

    Single Shot & Multi Shot Modes

    When shooting in the Single Shot mode, the camera requires sophisticated algorithms to optimize color rendition and sharpness of the CCD sensor and its Bayer Mosaic pattern filter because the single-shot system delivers one color per pixel, and the remaining two channels must be estimated and calculated using a "bestguess" strategy. The Hasselblad algorithms are very effective, but there is always some color error and moiré produced in the process, which can detract from the total image quality. When the camera is set to Multi Shot mode, high precision piezo motors control movements of the sensor in one pixel increments, and combine four shots (each offset by one pixel) to obtain the "true color" of each image pixel obtained. The result is full color information from the sensor with no artifacts or moiré. The Single Shot mode is ideal for portrait photography and location shooting, while the Multi Shot mode will provide significantly improved image quality for still life, arhetectural or product photography. It is important to note that because the Multi Shot mode uses a sequence of four images to built a single complete image, it cannot be used in situations where the subject or the camera may move during the shot.

    FlexColor Workflow for the Professional Photographer

    FlexColor offers an image processing workflow with the highest degree of control for the studio photographer. In tethered operation, tools like overlay masking help bring productivity to advanced set composition. The latest FlexColor version allows the photographer to manipulate color temperature and compare image details across multiple images for precise image selection. FlexColor processes the raw 3FR files generated by the Hasselblad H3DII. FlexColor runs natively on both Macintosh and Windows computers and is licensed to allow you to provide free copies for all your co-workers and production partners.

    Unique Hasselblad Natural Color Solution

    Normally troublesome subjects such as various skin tones, metals, fabrics, flowers, etc. are easily captured by using the powerful color profile - the Hasselblad Natural Color Solution (HNCS). It works invisibly in the background in conjunction with the FlexColor imaging software, producing outstanding and reliable out-of-the-box results. In order to support our new unique color system, we have developed a custom Hasselblad raw file format called 3F RAW (3FR). The file format includes lossless image compression, which reduces the required storage space by 33%.

    DNG workflow

    3FR files can be converted into Adobe's raw image format DNG (Digital NeGative). In order to optimize the colors of the DNG file format, conversion from the 3FR must take place through FlexColor. The DNG file format enables RAW image files to be opened directly in Adobe Photoshop. Hasselblad image files carry a full set of metadata, including capture conditions, keywords and copyright, facilitating workflow with image asset management solutions.

    Instant Approval Architecture (IAA)

    Building on the success of its Audio Exposure Feedback technology, Hasselblad has created Instant Approval Architecture (IAA), an enhanced set of feedback tools, designed to liberate the photographer from the selection process and to concentrate on the shoot. Audible and visible signals as well as recorded information in the file and in the file name all promote a quick and easy classification in the field or in the lab. Sorting becomes automatic, accessible and very fast, facilitating reviewing the best images for immediate client presentation.

    GPS Recording Flexibility

    Hasselblad's Global Image Locator (GIL) is an accessory to any H-based Hasselblad digital capture product. Using the GIL device all images captured outside are tagged with GPS coordinates, time and altitute. This data is key to a number of future applications involving image archiving and retrieval. One example is the direct mapping of images within the coming Phocus software to Google Earth.

    Modular Design for Flexibility and a Choice of Bright Viewfinders

    One of the important traditional advantages of medium format is the extra large and bright viewfinder image. The H3DII-39 comes with the HVD90X viewfinder designed for full performance over the large 36.7 x 49.0mm sensor. It is interchangeable with the HV90X viewfinder and the HVM waist-level viewfinder. For increased usefulness, the digital capture unit of the H3DII-39 can also be detached and used on a view camera by way of an adapter. In this case the unit is controlled by the flash sync signal from the view camera shutter. A clean and dust-free sensor is essential and the modular design of the camera allows for easy access for cleaning, saving you hours of retouching work later.

    Free Upgrade to Phocus by Hasselblad

    Over the years, the image processing engine in Hasselblad's FlexColor software has evolved into a powerful raw converter. The upcoming release of Phocus by Hasselblad adds an entirely new processing engine - featuring a range of new techniques and features and the power to support the latest Hasselblad camera developments and to enable groundbreaking new levels of image quality. Every aspect of Phocus has been developed and designed to reflect the way that photographers work and to help ensure that you can spend as much time as possible taking images - not processing them. Some of the features of Phocus include:

    * Moiré Removal
    Even very high resolution images can exhibit moiré under certain circumstances. With Phocus, moiré is effectively removed without the need to make special mask selections or other manual procedures, and is performed directly on the raw data.
    * Expanded Metadata
    The metadata included in Phocus images follows the IPTC Core standard with XMP Plus, with added GPS data functions, Phocus links GPS data directly to Google Earth, making geographic reference a snap and image storage and retrieval much easier.
    * Hasselblad DSLR Camera Preparation
    Any photographer knows that the more prepared you are for a shoot, the more likely things are to go according to plan once in the field or on the shoot. Phocus is designed to make pre-planning easier than ever before, allowing you to pre-set camera parameters and folders and the like.
    * Enhanced Tethered Operation Control
    Phocus provides special extended controls of your Hasselblad camera, such as the ability to control the lens drive for focusing when the camera is in a remote position or when the digital capture unit is mounted on a view camera.
    * Improved GUI
    The GUI includes straightforward options for customizing your set-up to suit a number of different workflow situations, such as choice of import source, browsing/comparing functions, file management, image export in a range of file formats, pre-set of options for coming shoots, and much more.
    * Improved Views
    The Phocus view section allows layout and composition to be tailored to suit the current workflow, providing a wide range of options including full view, compare, browse, horizontal or vertical view, and so on. Plus multiple folders can be open at the same time for simultaneous viewing, comparison and selection.

    Camera Type
    Medium Format Interchangeable Lens Camera with Reflex Viewfinder and Integrated Digital Back

    Image Quality
    Image Sensor
    36.7 x 49.0 mm, 39 Megapixel CCD
    Effective Resolution
    39 million pixels
    Color Depth
    48-Bit RGB
    Color Modes
    Full Color
    Image File Formats
    RAW 3FR
    TIFF (8-bit)
    Recorded Resolution
    5412 x 7212 pixels
    Video Recording
    Audio Recording

    Lens Mount
    Hasselblad HC lenses with integral leaf shutter
    Focal Length Multiplier
    Optical Image Stabilization

    Focus Control
    Focus Type
    AF metering with passive central cross-type sensor (EV 1 to 19 at ISO100)
    Focus Modes
    Autofocus, Ultra focus digital feedback, Instant manual focus override.

    Exposure Control
    Selectable ISO (50, 100, 200, 400)
    Shutter Type
    Electronically controlled lens integrated shutter
    Shutter Speed
    32 - 1/800 second
    Mirror Lock-Up
    Exposure Metering
    Spot, Center Weighted, Center Spot (EV1 - EV21 Metering range)
    Exposure Modes
    Manual [M], Aperture priority [A], Shutter priority [S], Program [P], Program variable [Pv], AE Lock [AE-L]
    White Balance Modes
    Manual, Flash, Daylight, Tungsten
    Scene Modes

    Built-in Flash
    Integral fill-flash (G.No. 12 @ ISO100) with HVD 90x reflex viewfinder
    Effective Flash Range
    Not Specified
    External Flash Connection
    Hot shoe for Metz SCA3902-system flashes with HVD 90x reflex viewfinder
    External Flash Control
    Automatic TTL center weighted system (Metz SCA3902-system)
    ±3EV Flash Compensation for manual flashes and a built-in metering system is available
    Maximum Flash Synchronization Speed
    Flash can be used at all shutter speeds

    Start-Up Time
    Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Shutter Lag
    0.04 seconds (AF on)
    Time Between Shots
    1.4 seconds
    Burst Capability
    Self Timer
    Programmable (2 - 60 seconds)
    Interval Recording
    Yes (2-32 frames with interval duration of 1 second - 24 hours)
    Date & Time Stamp

    Memory & Power
    Built-in Memory
    Compatible Memory Cards
    CompactFlash Card (type I & II) (High Speed Card with write speed >20 MB/sec required)
    Image Bank 100GB Portable Hard Drive Unit
    Record directly to PC Hard Drive when tethered
    File Size

    39 Megapixels 50MB 117MB
    Battery Type
    Rechargeable Li-ion battery (7.2v, 1850mAh)
    3x CR-123 Lithium batteries with optional cassette
    Power Adapter
    Can be powered via Firewire 800 (IEEE1394b) interface

    Computer Interface
    FireWire 800 (IEEE1394b)
    Direct Print Capable
    Remote Control
    Remote Release Cord H (optional)
    PC Control when tethered via FireWire 800 (IEEE1394b) interface
    Video Output
    System & Software Requirements
    Mac OS X (10.1 or later)
    Windows NT, 2000, XP, XP64, Vista, Vista 64

    HVD 90x reflex viewfinder with diopter adjustment (-5 to +3.5D)
    Viewfinder Info
    Exposure method, Aperture, Shutter speed, Exposure compensation, Metering method, Flash LED, Warning triangle LED, Focus aid LED, Film magazine status
    Depth-of-Field Preview
    LCD Display
    3.0" TFT Color LCD display (230,400 pixels)
    Information Display
    Grip LCD: Flash condition indication, Focus setting, Drive condition, Aperture setting, Exposure Value display, Exposure mode indication, Shutter speed setting, Film speed rating, Metering method indication White balance, Low battery symbol
    Language Options
    English (other languages available via firmware download)
    Playback Options
    Single Image (with Histogram and/or shooting metadata), Playback Zoom

    Dimensions (HxWxD)
    5.2" x 6.1" x 8.4" (131 x 153 x 213 mm)
    Complete camera with 80 mm lens
    80.8 oz. (2290 g)
    Complete camera with 80mm lens, Li-Ion battery and CF-card

    Co ta maszynka potrafi? Np. w porównaniu do drogiego (normalnego) aparatu?
    NIKON D50\18-55 G ED\JUPITER 37A\JUPITER-9\HELIOS-44-2\MIR-1B\Słoik po delikatesowej Topca 325 CS

  6. #16

    Domyślnie Odp: POTWÓR - Hasselblad H3DII-39MS SLR

    Ale o co Ci chodzi ?
    To jest NORMALNY aparat. Tyle że średni format cyfrowy

    A co potrafi? Pooglądaj sobie CKMy, Playboye tudzież inne magazyny albo materiały z modą itp.

  7. #17

    Domyślnie Odp: POTWÓR - Hasselblad H3DII-39MS SLR

    Cytat Zamieszczone przez TeamHANS Zobacz posta
    Co ta maszynka potrafi? Np. w porównaniu do drogiego (normalnego) aparatu?
    Strzyże, goli, krawaty wiąże i przerywa ciąże Sam robi zdjęcia, fotograf jest niepotrzebny

  8. #18

    Domyślnie Odp: POTWÓR - Hasselblad H3DII-39MS SLR

    ... i ma wbudowany automatyczny tryb wyboru najładniejszej modelki.

  9. #19

    Cool Odp: POTWÓR - Hasselblad H3DII-39MS SLR

    eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .... nie ma wbudowanej lampy .... to lipa jakaś.

  10. #20

    Domyślnie Odp: POTWÓR - Hasselblad H3DII-39MS SLR

    Cytat Zamieszczone przez Nemeth Zobacz posta
    A co potrafi? Pooglądaj sobie CKMy, Playboye tudzież inne magazyny albo materiały z modą itp.
    chyba zadna sesja do ckma nie byla zrobiona srednim cyfrowym.. a jesli nawet to niepotrzebnie bo potem i tak narysowali wszystko w PSie
    modowe magazyny te z gornej polki owszem takich zabawek uzywaja

    co aparacik potrafi? w sumie niewiele .. jest wielki, nieporeczny, ciezki w obsludze, powyzej iso400 szumi jak niagara - jednym slowem kawal niepotrzebnego klamota .. ale jesli ktos by takiego klamota wyrzucal to niech powie na ktory smietnik

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