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On article Medium-format mirrorless: Hasselblad unveils X1D (1190 comments in total)
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ProfHankD: Looks really good as a mirrorless product... except the mount. The mount barely looks big enough to handle the 50MP 44x33mm sensor -- which really isn't quite "medium format." I think that's a mistake. I would have aimed to at least handle a future sensor in H's traditional 6x6cm format with the same lens mount. The "0.8x focal length multiplier" listed above is also just plain silly... it is actually more correct to think of it as 1.5x crop of the 6x6cm format.

I will also say that it literally LOOKS good, traditional H styling rather than "dolled-up" wood add-ons. I expect they'll actually sell these. :-)

All sensors are bigger than 24*36 mm = middle format.

Link | Posted on Jun 22, 2016 at 14:59 UTC
On article Medium-format mirrorless: Hasselblad unveils X1D (1190 comments in total)
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ogl: Leica S version from Hasselblad without mirror. The system is limited by sensor's size forever. But very compact with really good sensor.

The main mode of this camera 33*33. If Hasselblad produce camera with 56*56 mm sensor, it will be crazy expensive and the camera won't be compact like this one.

Link | Posted on Jun 22, 2016 at 14:55 UTC
On article Medium-format mirrorless: Hasselblad unveils X1D (1190 comments in total)
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ogl: The lenses being named XCD are certainly limited to 44*33 mm sensor. HCD lenses are limited to 48*36 mm, "full 645 frame" lenses are named HC.

Man, 56*56 is just version of using of 120 or 220 film. 4:3 aspect ratio means 56*41.5 mm, 1:1 is 56*56 mm. 120 film format is a roll film which is nominally 61 mm wide.

http://www.hasselbladhistorical.eu/HW/HWLenses.aspx
find lenses for 6x6 film format here

6x6 manual focus medium format camera system is named Hasselblad V

Link | Posted on Jun 22, 2016 at 14:01 UTC
On article Medium-format mirrorless: Hasselblad unveils X1D (1190 comments in total)
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TrickTheLight: But, how much DR does it have?

Looks like a great tool for the right sort of shooter. Not my thing, but I'm sure this announcement is an insta-buy for the target audience.

14EV

Link | Posted on Jun 22, 2016 at 13:27 UTC
On article Medium-format mirrorless: Hasselblad unveils X1D (1190 comments in total)
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ogl: The lenses being named XCD are certainly limited to 44*33 mm sensor. HCD lenses are limited to 48*36 mm, "full 645 frame" lenses are named HC.

It's just handy term and nothing else

Link | Posted on Jun 22, 2016 at 13:26 UTC
On article Medium-format mirrorless: Hasselblad unveils X1D (1190 comments in total)
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ogl: The lenses being named XCD are certainly limited to 44*33 mm sensor. HCD lenses are limited to 48*36 mm, "full 645 frame" lenses are named HC.

This camera is limited by sensor's size. Like Leica S.

Link | Posted on Jun 22, 2016 at 13:25 UTC
On article Medium-format mirrorless: Hasselblad unveils X1D (1190 comments in total)

Lenses are designed by Hasselblad, but manufactured in Japan by Nittō. It's rather interesting.

Link | Posted on Jun 22, 2016 at 13:14 UTC as 293rd comment
On article Medium-format mirrorless: Hasselblad unveils X1D (1190 comments in total)

The lenses being named XCD are certainly limited to 44*33 mm sensor. HCD lenses are limited to 48*36 mm, "full 645 frame" lenses are named HC.

Link | Posted on Jun 22, 2016 at 13:06 UTC as 307th comment | 8 replies
On article Medium-format mirrorless: Hasselblad unveils X1D (1190 comments in total)

Leica S version from Hasselblad without mirror. The system is limited by sensor's size forever. But very compact with really good sensor.

Link | Posted on Jun 22, 2016 at 13:03 UTC as 311th comment | 2 replies
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ogl: It's just 24/2.8 FF lens analogue in terms of DOF.

Everybody knows that m43 is defective system.

Link | Posted on Jun 15, 2016 at 10:43 UTC
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ogl: Canon EF 24mm f/2.8 IS USM DxL - 68.3 x 55.6 mm, 58 mm filter, 281 grams, 550 USD.

This lens is so big and expensive for sensor with crop 2.0x.

Link | Posted on Jun 15, 2016 at 04:25 UTC
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ogl: It's just 24/2.8 FF lens analogue in terms of DOF.

The same light like on FF at f2.8.

Link | Posted on Jun 15, 2016 at 04:22 UTC

Nikon 24/2.8 DxL - 63.5x45.7 mm, filter 52 mm, 270 grams, 392 USD.

Link | Posted on Jun 15, 2016 at 04:21 UTC as 140th comment | 5 replies
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ogl: It's just 24/2.8 FF lens analogue in terms of DOF.

Canon EF 24mm f/2.8 IS USM DxL - 68.3 x 55.6 mm, 58 mm filter, 281 grams.
Panasonic 12/1.4 - 70x70 mm, 62 mm filter, 335 grams.

Is it Canon bigger?

Link | Posted on Jun 15, 2016 at 04:19 UTC

Canon EF 24mm f/2.8 IS USM DxL - 68.3 x 55.6 mm, 58 mm filter, 281 grams, 550 USD.

Link | Posted on Jun 15, 2016 at 04:14 UTC as 24th comment | 15 replies

It's just 24/2.8 FF lens analogue in terms of DOF.

Link | Posted on Jun 15, 2016 at 04:05 UTC as 142nd comment | 20 replies
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Daft Punk: Slow. But small. Makes a nice sunny weather lens. This is a good thing, not a criticism.

It's just 400 USD zoom. First bird in new line of lenses. We will see new fast FF primes soon.

Link | Posted on Jun 10, 2016 at 06:37 UTC

It's the beginning of new direction of Ricoh. New video directed lenses without screw-drive with fast and noiseless motors.
It's more progressive way than KAF3. Like or not like, but it's right direction with K-mount.

New lens is 8.3 times faster at wide-angle and 1.7 times faster at telephoto end than old 55-300. Don't forget - Ricoh will produce 6 new FF lenses and 4 new APS-C in 2016-2017.
If new FF primes will be made for video mode, silent, speedy and fast with WR or AW, it will be real BIG PROGRESS for Ricoh-Pentax.

Link | Posted on Jun 10, 2016 at 06:34 UTC as 5th comment | 2 replies
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eazizisaid: Hey Sony ! Read this

IQ of 55-300 was good for non-expensive zoom

Link | Posted on Jun 9, 2016 at 02:43 UTC
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SungiBr: Well, even the KS-1 will have a firmware update to be compatible with the new lens.
But what about 'not that older' cameras like the K5II? Not that I will buy this lens, but if the new electromagnet diaphragm becomes a standard, this will heaviiy impact retrocompatibility.
For me, the most interesting new feature are that new af system. What is this in real world? Just a fancy name to an in lens af motor or a new and promissing technology that Ricoh developed and will standout over competition?

Also, if they will cut out the aperture lever, why they can't eliminate that old aperture coupler hole on the mount? :/

K-5II is almost 4 years old. Based on much older K-5.

Link | Posted on Jun 9, 2016 at 02:41 UTC
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