« on: December 10, 2013, 11:04:17 AM »
My choice is FE2 with 23 f1.4. Better high ISO. Great for when I go out to dinners. And I can detach the lens and put camera in one pocket and lens and other.
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A friend of mine have the latest 80MP Phase One. He made some shots in the Pyrenees this fall, which I saw in high quality 1mx1.5m prints. Incredible dynamics, resolution, color, the lot.
I'll second this. Phase One and Leaf make huge sensor medium format digital backs. I'd say it's probably worth renting that kind of system for the shoot if your budget allows. Truth is, for a magazine spread you don't need 80MP, or anywhere near it, but it will yield the most headroom for post work.
...for the photo I need to take stitch is not possible for the type of work the client requires.
Why? Are there going to be moving elements in the scene?
Thank you Sporgon, but for the photo I need to take stitch is not possible for the type of work the client requires.
And I think I need medium format and not large format. Am I right about this?
Once you have completed the stitch you are left with a single image file like any other, just much larger, effectively shot on a larger format. It can then be edited in the same fashion as any other file; there's no difference.
If you really wanted digital large format we could help you out with that. We are the UK agents for one of the best known large format cameras. But there's no way you need that for what you've been asked to do, so that leaves you with medium format, but again, personally I don't think you need it.
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PLEASE don't call me PR!!!
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well well wellTo little too late, enjoying the a7r.
Not arguing, but thinking aloud that 300 should be enough with planning for a smaller package.
Sure, depending what and how you shoot. However, IMHO, more buyers than not will buy the A7/A7R and end up shooting zero. I suspect it will be bought by wealthy hobbyists, most of whom don't shoot much anyway.
LunchToo rare for me than you!