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Phase One A/S
Phase-One logo white.jpg
Tipo Corporación
Industria Imagen digital
Fundación Dinamarca (1993)
Sede Copenhague, Dinamarca
Personas clave Samir Léhaff, Founder
Henrik O. Håkonsson, CEO
Productos Cámaras, respaldos digitales, lentes, software de procesamiento RAW, software de gestión de fotos, software de control de cámara.
Empleados 280
Filiales Phase One U.S Inc.
Phase One Germany
Phase One China
Phase One Japan
Leaf Imaging
Mamiya Digital Imaging
Sitio web www.phaseone.com
www.Leaf-photography.com
www.mamiya.com
Compañía es una organización propiedad de los empleados.

Phase One es una compañía danesa especializada en equipos y software de fotografía digital de gama alta. Fabrica sistemas de cámaras de medio formato y soluciones. Su propio software de procesamiento de RAW, Capture One, soporta muchas DSLR.

Productos[editar]

Cameras[editar]

Phase One commenced a close cooperation with Mamiya in 2006 and in 2008 the first product was released.

In 2009, Phase One purchased a major stake in Mamiya and the two companies develop products together.

  • Phase One 645AF
  • Phase One 645DF

The Phase One 645DF camera body supports more digital back interfaces including the IQ and P+ series digital backs, as well as 3rd party digital backs from Hasselblad, Leaf and others. The Phase One 645DF camera supports shutter speeds ranging from 1/4000s to 60 minutes. The 645DF also supports flash synchronization up to 1/1600 sec.[1]

It is compatible with the following lenses: Phase One digital focal plane lenses Schneider Kreuznach leaf shutter lenses Schneider 645 AFD lenses The Phase One 645DF camera body is also compatible with Hasselblad V and Pentagon 6 lenses(via a multimount adaptor)[2]

The Phase One V-Grip Air is also compatible with the 645DF. The vertical grip also supports a Profoto Air flash trigger for wireless flash synchronization.[3]

Lenses[editar]

    • Schneider Kreuznach
  • LS 55mm f/2.8
  • LS 80mm f/2.8
  • LS 110mm f/2.8
  • MF 120mm f/5.6 T/S
  • LS 150mm f/3.5
  • LS 240mm
  • LS 75-150mm f/4.5
    • Phase One branded, produced by Mamiya
  • AF 28mm f/4.5 Aspherical
  • AF 35mm f/3.5
  • AF 45mm f/2.8
  • AF 80mm f/2.8
  • MF 120mm f/4 Macro
  • AF 120mm f/4 Macro
  • AF 150mm f/2.8
  • AF 75-150mm f/4.5


    • Phase One branded, produced by Hartblei
  • MF 45mm f/3.5 T/S

Digital Backs[editar]

IQ Series[editar]

An 80 MP photo taken with an IQ180 digital back (color-profile not handled correctly by non-Firefox browsers).

The IQ series Phase One backs include many industry-first innovations. It is the first camera to utilize a USB 3 connection. At the time of the release, this is not very widespread but USB 3 is backward compatible with USB 2. Also, it is the first camera to include a Retina type multi-touch display, which is very similar to the one used in the iPhone 4.[4]


Model Sensor Size Resolution (Sensor+ Mode) Active Pixels ISO range (Sensor+ Mode) Dynamic range Frames per Second (Sensor+ Mode) Lens conversion factor Display Storage Host Connection Released
IQ180 53.7 x 40.4 mm 80 MP (20 MP), 16 bit 10328 x 7760 35–800 (140 - 3200) 12.5 f-stops 0.7 / (0.9) 1.0 3.2" 1.5 Megapixel Retina type multi touchscreen CF up to UDMA 6 IEE1394b Firewire800 and USB3 / USB2 2011
IQ160 53.9 x 40.4 mm 60.5 MP (15 MP), 16 bit 8984 x 6732 50–800 (200 - 3200) 12.5 f-stops 1.0 / (1.4) 1.0 2011
IQ140 43.9 x 32.9 mm, 40 MP (10 MP), 16 bit 7320 x 5484 50–800 (200 - 3200) 12 f-stops 1.2 / (1.8) 1.25 2011


P+ Series[editar]

The P+ series are similar to the normal P series but have higher capture speeds, better response to long exposure times, and add Live Preview, which allows the user to focus and compose on a monitor while tethered. Also, a new high resolution LCD screen was implemented with better resolution and luminance.

Model Sensor Size Resolution (Sensor+ Mode) Active Pixels ISO range (Sensor+ Mode) Dynamic range Frames per Second (Sensor+ Mode) Lens conversion factor Display Storage Host Connection Released
P65+ 53.9 x 40.4mm 60.5 MP (15 MP), 16 bit 8984 x 6732 50–800 (200-3200) 12.5 f-stops 1.0 / (1.4) 1.0 2.2" 230,000px TFT CF IEE1394 Firewire 2008
P45+ 49.1 x 36.8mm, 39 MP, 16 bit 7216 x 5412 50–800 12 f-stops 0.67 1.15 2007
P40+ 43.9 x 32.9mm, 40 MP (10 MP), 16 bit 7320 x 5484 50–800 (200 - 3200) 12 f-stops 1.2 / (1.8) 1.25 2009
P30+ 44.2 x 33.1mm, 31.6 MP, 16 bit 6496 x 4872 100–1600 12 f-stops 0.8 1.25 2007
P25+ 48.9 x 36.7mm, 22 MP, 16 bit 5436 x 4080 50–800 12 f-stops 0.67 1.15 2007
P21+ 44.2 x 33.1mm, 18 MP, 16 bit 4904 x 3678 100–800 12 f-stops 1.25 1.25 2007
P20+ 36.9 x 36.9mm, 16 MP, 16 bit 4080 x 4080 50–800 12 f-stops 0.87 1.5 2007

P Series[editar]

The P-series are fully untethered backs available for many different camera mounts.

Model Sensor Size Resolution Active Pixels ISO range Dynamic range Frames per Second Lens conversion factor Display Storage Host Connection Released
P45 49.1 x 36.8mm, 39 MP, 16 bit 7216 x 5412 50–400 12 f-stops 0,58 1.15 2.2" 116,000px TFT CF IEE1394 Firewire 2005
P30 44.2 x 33.1mm, 31,6 MP, 16 bit 6496 x 4872 50–800 12 f-stops 0,67 1.25 2005
P25 48.9 x 36.7mm, 22 MP, 16 bit 5436 x 4080 50–800 12 f-stops 0,58 1.15 2004
P21 44.2 x 33.1mm, 18 MP, 16 bit 4904 x 3678 100–800 12 f-stops 1,0 1.25 2005
P20 36.9 x 36.9mm, 16 MP, 16 bit 4080 x 4080 50–800 12 f-stops 0,7 1.5 2004

H Series[editar]

The H-series are tethered backs available for many different camera mounts. Camera back connects through standard 6pin IEEE 1394. Originally this type of camera back was released as the "Lightphase", a continuation of Phase One's previous tradition of using the name "phase" in the name of the product. This changed with the release of the "H20", which was originally called "Lightphase H20" but the name was changed to "Phase One H20" for better brand recognition.

Model Sensor Size Resolution Active Pixels ISO range Dynamic range Frames per Second Lens conversion factor Display Storage Host Connection Released
H25 48.9 x 36.7mm, 22 MP, 16 bit 5436 x 4080 50–400 12 f-stops 0,5 1.15 N/A N/A IEE1394 Firewire 2003
H20 36.9 x 36.9mm, 16 MP, 16 bit 4080 x 4080 50–100 12 f-stops 0,33 1.5 2001
H101 / H10 36.9 x 24.6mm, 11 MP, 16 bit 3992 x 2656 50–100 1.65 2002
H5/H10 36 x 24mm 6 MP, 16 bit 3056 x 2032 50–100 1.65 2002
Lightphase 36 x 24mm 6 MP, 16 bit 3056 x 2032 50–100 1.65 1998

Scan Backs[editar]

The Scan backs are tethered digital scan backs. All use SCSI connection except for PowerPhase FX, which uses IEEE1394 "firewire". The very early models, which were known as the CB6x (StudioKit) and FC70 (PhotoPhase), were made in plastic and had external control unit that connected to a computer through NuBus.

Model Sensor Size Resolution ISO range Host Connection Released
PowerPhase FX/FX+ 12,600 steps x 10,500 pixels 132 MP, 14 bit 100–1600 IEE1394 Firewire 2000
PowerPhase 7,000 steps x 7,000 pixels 36 MP, 12 bit N/A SCSI 1997
PhotoPhase 7,200 steps x 5,000 pixels 36 MP, 10 bit N/A 1996
StudioKit 3,600 steps x 2,500 pixels 9 MP, 10 bit N/A 1996

Software[editar]

  • Capture One v6
    • Capture One 6 PRO
    • Capture One 6 DB
    • Capture One 6 Express
  • Media Pro 1.1[5] [6]
    • Media Pro 1 (formerly known as Microsoft Expression Media and iView MediaPro)
  • Capture One v5 (Discontinued)
    • Capture One 5 PRO
    • Capture One 5 DB
    • Capture One 5
  • Capture One v4 (Discontinued)
    • Capture One 4 PRO
    • Capture One 4 DB
    • Capture One 4
  • Capture One v3.x (Discontinued)
    • Capture One PRO
    • Capture One DB
    • Capture One LE
  • Lightphase Capture 2.x (Discontinued, changed name to "Capture One" from version 2.7)
  • Portrait One (Discontinued)
    • Portrait One Executive
    • Portrait One Lite
    • Portrait One Sales

Product release in chronological order[editar]

  • CB6x and FC70 - 1993
  • PhotoPhase (+) - 1995/1996
  • StudioKit - 1996
  • PowerPhase - 1997
  • LightPhase (BB00) - 1998
  • LightPhase (BB01) - 1998/1999
  • LightPhase (BB02) - 1999
  • LightPhase (645 versions and BB03) - 1999
  • PowerPhase FX - 2000
  • H20 - 2001
  • PowerPhase FX+ - 2002
  • H5 and H10 6 MP (Re-branded Lightphase) - 2002
  • H10 (11 MP) - 2002
  • H101 (H10 11 MP, Hasselblad H1 design) - 2002
  • H25 - 2003
  • P20 and P25 - 2004
  • P21, P30, and P45 - 2005
  • P20+, P21+, P25+, P30+, and P45+ - 2007
  • Phase One 645AF - 2008
  • P65+ - 2008
  • Phase One 645DF - 2009
  • P40+ - 2009
  • IQ140, IQ160, and IQ180 - 2011

Referencias[editar]

Reviews

Phase One material

  1. Phase One DF Medium Format Body». Captureintegration.com. Consultado el 22-06-2011.
  2. «Phase One DF tech specs». Phaseone.com. Consultado el 22-06-2011.
  3. «V-Grip Air». Phaseone.com. Consultado el 22-06-2011.
  4. «80 Megapixels and The Beginning of a New Era in Medium Format». Luminous-landscape.com. Consultado el 22-06-2011.
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