720nm IR-modded GFX 50R on the back of a Swebo TC-1, Rodenstock 180mm f/5.6 HR Digaron on the front of the TC-1, a 950 nm filter on the front of the lens. Edge burned for aesthetic reasons; the lens covers the sensor perfectly, as far as I can tell.
First light with the Swebo TC-1
It’s not a very exciting picture, but it’s the first one I made with the Swebo TC-1. On the front of the tech cam was a Rodenstock 180mm f/5.6 HR Digaron. On the back was a Fujifilm GFX 100S. Some notes: The bellows and the monorail are long enough to allow the lens to focus… [Read More]
Swebo TC-1 OOBE
OOBE is a product management term that stands for “out of box experience”. Here’s mine with the Swebo TC-1, in pictures.
FF equivalent focal lengths of Hasselblad XCD, Fuji GF lenses
The question of equivalent full frame focal lengths of the Fujifilm GF and Hasselblad XCD lenses comes up over and over. I thought I’d post that information here, and then I can link to it when the topic comes up again. There are three common ways to calculate equivalent focal lengths: by sensor width, by… [Read More]
Hasselblad X2D long exposures versus averaging
This is the 39th in a series of posts on the Hasselblad X2D 100C camera and the XCD lenses. You will be able to find all the posts in this series by looking at the righthand column on this page and finding the Category “X2D”. In the last two posts I looked at the X2D… [Read More]