Medium-Format Camera

Camera, Medium-Format

 

a camera with a frame size (according to the USSR State Standard) of 45 × 60, 60 × 60, 60 × 70, or 60 × 90 mm. The images obtained on the film have corresponding sizes of 41 × 57, 57 × 57, 57 × 72, and 57 × 82.5 mm, with a tolerance of ± 1 mm.

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The point of view is at eye level, creating a sense of intimacy, yet Fuchs's medium-format camera includes empty space on both sides and thus creates some distance.
So you can effectively use the D850 as a nearly medium-format camera for scenes with great lighting and not a huge amount of shadow detail required, or a more traditional DSLR by scaling the image down to a more typical resolution.
The objective's 540-mm focal length provides a 2[degrees] field of view with a medium-format camera.
The shots in the set were taken with three cameras: An 18-megapixel Canon EOS 1DX, a prototype 50-megapixel Canon 5DS, and a 50-megapixel Phase One medium-format camera. After the flight, Laforet spent several hours looking through the photos for the best 100 or so, and then he further culled the list to a handful.
Included in the auction this month is a tapestry made by Queen Victoria and her ladies in waiting, and a rare Rolleiflex 'Urushi' limited Japan edition medium-format camera, valued at pounds 6,000, which is unopened in its original box.
Woodman worked primarily with a medium-format camera; her first camera was a used Yashika Mat twin reflex camera.
Topocart has contracted with Vexcel Imaging GmbH, a MicrosoftA; company, to purchase an UltraCamLp medium-format camera system.
Using a Rolleiflex medium-format camera, Rose assiduously recorded the peoples and places encountered during the trips he undertook with his wife (and fellow researcher) Lyndon throughout central Australia and locations along the eastern coast of Australia.
Where possible, I also take an incredibly resilient Bronica ETRSi medium-format camera. It's been almost everywhere with me for the past 18 years.
We manned up and I readied my two cameras, a medium-format camera for making prints and a 35mm Canon F-1 for shooting Kodachrome slides, the gold standard of a serious photographer.
There are people using Kodak DCS 760, Canon EOS 10D and 1Ds, Nikon D1X, and a few Fujifilm FinePix $2 Pro models, plus a sprinkling of Kodak Pro Backs and Phase One Backs on various medium-format camera bodies.
Armed with his medium-format camera, Sarasota photographer Steven Katzman walked into his first religious tent revival in January 1999.

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