Phase One has published a new video featuring the XF 100MP back in use. Phase One photographer Tim Kemple put the new Sony co-developed 100MP CMOS sensor through its paces outside of the studio, soaring to great heights above a waterfall and on dusty trails in the desert of Moab, Utah.

The Phase One XF 100MP camera system offers 16-bit color output and a claimed 15 stops of dynamic range, presumably at the base (native) ISO setting of 50. In a handful of samples published alongside the video, Kemple pushes the camera to ISO 3200 for some action shots. And as a heads up, if the thought of $49,000 worth of gear dangling above a waterfall makes you queasy, the video above probably isn't for you.