Rhino Cam (Click here) created a sort of medium format adapter that uses a Sony NEX camera to make a scan of the image created through a classic medium format camera. In short, you put the adapter between the NEX camera and the [shoplink 17280 ebay]Pentax 645[/shoplink] or [shoplink 17281 ebay]Mamiya 645[/shoplink] or [shoplink 17282 ebay]Hasselblad V[/shoplink] medium format lens. The NEX camera moves to take multiple shots from the medium format area (62,4 x 46,8mm). Than you just have to stick the images together to have your 140+ megapixel photo. It’s a sort of “panoramic mode” for medium format cameras :)
Yep, it’s a bit like having a digital back but of course this solution works on still objects only! It’s priced at $499 and you can order it here: Fotodioxpro.com.
And here are the medium format lenses you can use with it:
Pentax 645 lenses on [shoplink 17280 ebay]eBay (Click here)[/shoplink].
Mamiya 645 lenses on [shoplink 17281 ebay]eBay (Click here)[/shoplink].
Hasselblad V lenses on [shoplink 17282 ebay]eBay (Click here)[/shoplink].
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