A travel digital camera, industrial revision
Itís been almost a year since we posted the Travel camera article, in which our Vladimir Rodionov offered its own model of a travel pull-out digital camera. Now it turned out this idea has been industrially revised into Cambo Ultima 35 from Cambo International.
Just take a look:
Similar, arenít they? :-)
Cambo Ultima 35 is degined for Kodak DSC Pro 14n and Canon EOS-12D digital cameras with full-sized sensors. The novelty transforms a 35mm studio cam into a photosystem capable of perspective control and focusing on objects which plans intersect the sensor plane. Cambo recommends to use Schneider Digital lens, with Hasselblad lens requiring an adapter. The system support any format lens with over focusing distance.
Currently they are developing a way to use non-full-frame Nikon D1, D100 and Fuji S2 Pro.
Again, our proprietary system has initially been designed for non-full-frame Canon D60 and D30 with over 45mm focusing lens of Kiev-88, a Hasselblad "bastard".
In UK Cambo Ultima costs 2.5 thousand pound, which is relatively low. Still, this considerably exceeds 2.5 thousand roubles, required to make our own prototype.
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