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What else is new?


→ Check out the Filmtoaster – it lets you digitize your own film archive with a digital camera (available on Amazon). → New Plustek OpticFilm 135 film scanner announced (price: $399). → PhaseOne and ALPA announced a new A-series IQ3 100MP camera system. → Check out the current Olympus and Panasonic rebates. → Olympus released new firmware updates for the E-M1 and E-M5 […]

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What else is new?


Fuji X70 and X-E2S owner manuals now available for download Fuji X-Pro 2 hands-on field test and review videos Fuji’s 3rd quarter financial results are out

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Phase One and ALPA officially announced their new A-Series medium format cameras


Phase One and ALPA (both companies announced a long-term strategic and cooperative alliance few months ago) officially released a new A-Series medium format cameras (I already briefly mentioned that news a month ago). Here are the details:

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New Alpa 12 CAMERA


At Photokina Alpa is expected to announce a new Alpa 12 camera and a shutter module to adapt with the Hasselblad V system lenses. The new camera will be fully integrated into the existing system. Adapters for other MF lenses will follow.

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Samsung working on a medium format digital camera system?

Going back to the picture of Samsung camera prototypes posted here yesterday – a reader reminded me about an old rumor that Samsung, Schneider Kreuznach and Alpa are working together to create the first, fully digital, medium format camera system. Why would Samsung have those large square camera prototypes next to their NX bodies? Can someone identify […]

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Rumor: Samsung, Schneider – Kreuznach and Alpa to create the first, fully digital, medium format camera system

After the rumor that Canon wants to move to medium format territories, we now have three other companies (Samsung, Schneider – Kreuznach and Alpa) that reportedly want to create a photographic Association (SSA) and produce the first fully digital, medium format camera system. Here the Google translation: Foundation benefits A kind of noise caused by many large companies the […]

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