The digital back
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The digital back

As is already an option for users of Phase One's XF system, the touchscreen interface on the company's IQ4 lineup of digital backs becomes absolutely key when using the XT system. They provide a robust live view display to aid in composition, and also include helpful exposure aids, such as Raw clipping indicators. You also have full access to the system's menus, and from there, you can enable the new Automated Frame Averaging feature, which we'll be looking at in greater depth in a separate article.

The rear touch-sensitive display also allows for adjustment of all exposure parameters, including aperture (there's no aperture ring on the Rodenstock lenses). Speaking of rings on lenses...