Technical Information

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The Centre currently uses Phase One medium format digital camera equipment including:

Phase One XF, iXR and 645DF+ bodies

IQ3 and IQ180 Digital backs

An IQ260 Achromatic back is used specifically for Multi Spectral Imaging

Phase One and Schneider-Kreuznach 28mm 45mm, 55mm, 80mm, and 120mm macro lenses

Apple Mac Pro computers with Eizo Colour Edge CS2730 monitors

Megavision multi spectral lighting panels and Equipose filter wheel

Profoto studio and Bowens Limelight LED panel lighting equipment

All John Rylands Library images © The University of Manchester

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2 thoughts on “Technical Information

  1. I am looking at your image of the cradle with camera my idea is to expend this system to have the preview image coming out of the camera as it would to a lcd but going directly to a large screen computer, say imac where focus and selection and zoom can be controlled remotely, and the picture saved instantaneously to the computer… in your picture i see the photographer grappling with the camera and trying to look through the viewfinder to take the picture, this is not good… I suppose someone has already invented just such a remote controlled system? I am very interested in high resolution digital images
    here is my web site
    http://www.cyclopaedia.org/virtual/bookbinding.html
    I have a huge project in mind and am looking for solutions.
    Best Wishes
    Lawrence Miller

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