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Old 1 Week Ago   #1881
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Please excuse my lack of experience with the Fuji or Hasselblad pano cams... I understand it's possible to choose 2:3 24x36 format also... can that be switched in mid-roll?
Yes, I believe so. Or at least that's what Matt Day says in his recent mini review:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzIR...=youtu.be&t=63
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It can Doug, what little testing I did with the first roll I put through mine.
I shot panorama until the frame counter said 5 or 6 shots remained and I then switched from panorama mode to 24x36 and shot the remaining frames "normally".
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Also worth noting it's quite easy to tell what mode you're in as the frame lines change. ISO setting? Easy to inadvertently change and not know until it's too late.
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Please excuse my lack of experience with the Fuji or Hasselblad pano cams... I understand it's possible to choose 2:3 24x36 format also... can that be switched in mid-roll?
Yeah, the Xpan adjusts mid-roll to show proper remaining frames (counts down) depending on panoramic or traditional 35mm aspects. It's a really nice feature and well-designed...
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Yeah, the Xpan adjusts mid-roll to show proper remaining frames (counts down) depending on panoramic or traditional 35mm aspects. It's a really nice feature and well-designed...
Pretty nifty... Thanks to you and others for this confirmation. Then one is easily able to switch formats at will depending on how one wishes to frame the composition; i.e. not "stuck" making panos of non-pano scenes.
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Portra 160, or 400?
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Portra 160, or 400?
Either way, beautiful.
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