Vizelex RhinoCam NEX with Pentax 645 Lens Adapter
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Manufacturer description: The Rhino Cam is a camera system that puts the power of a full-size 645 medium format back into the hands of virtually any photographer. Utilizing the Sony NEX camera sensor, Rhino Cam enables photographers at any level to capture the dramatic detail and sharpness only available with a sensor three times larger than even a high-end full-frame 35mm sensor. The Rhino Cam delivers stunning 140+ megapixel images while offering photographers their choice of low-cost sensor options and classic lenses. Capable of creating the dramatic panoramic and full 645 medium format images previously reserved for photographers working with expensive medium format back cameras, Rhino Cam is ideal for landscape, commercial and architectural photographers seeking remarkably high resolution at a fraction of the cost. Rhino Cam couples either a Pentax 645, Mamiya 645, or Hasselblad V medium format lens with a Sony NEX series camera. The built-in Composition Screen enables photographers to preview the composed shot. The lens remains firmly in place while the Rhino Cam's moving platform positions the NEX sensor for multiple precisely-positioned exposures. Rhino Cam also mounts directly onto a 4x5 Graf lock board to open up additional possibilities with wider range of lenses, tilt shifts, bellows systems and more. After the capture process, it takes seconds to merge the multiple exposures into one larger images using automated stitching functionality built into recent versions of most photo editing software. Images are finalized using the flat stitching method, avoiding the perspective errors and curvilinear distortion present in images joined via spherical stitching often found with motorized systems. The result is a panorama or 645 medium format photograph with incredible detail and sharpness that is well over four times the normal resolution of a full-frame camera sensor.
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