Entries from Professional Photographer Magazine Web Exclusives tagged with 'Medium-format'

Phase One IQ250 High ISO Milky Way Capture

The most welcomed feature of the IQ250 for most photographers is its ability to shoot at high ISOs. While the lowest ISO on the IQ250 is 100, the highest is now 6400. Every ISO setting up to and including ISO 1600 is completely usable for all subjects. ISO 1600 seems to deliver about the same tight luminance noise and lack of chrominance noise as my Nikon D700 at ISO 800.

Supplement: Mamiya RZ33 Kit

This post shows additional product illustrations for Stan Sholik's review of the Mamiya RZ33 Kit, published in the October issue of Professional Photographer magazine. By Stan Sholik All images ©Stan Sholik Professional photographers want reliable equipment they can count on...

Review: Phase One 645DF

By Stan Sholik Since the introduction of the Phase One camera in 2009, the company has promised us leaf shutter lenses so that we can sync our strobes at shutter speeds higher than 1/125 sec. Their follow-up announcement later last...

Review: 120 Format Kodak Professional Ektar 100

By Curtis Joe Walker As choices for film dwindle, especially in medium format, any new entrant to the market is greeted with open arms. Kodak Professional has introduced a medium-format version of their new Ektar 100 film, and it’s...

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