Sinar digital backs

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by nobody, Nov 20, 2005.

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    nobody Guest

    What does 1 shot, 4 shot and 16 shot mean? Apparently, the 1 and 4 shots
    produce a 130MB file, but the 16 shot gives a 510mb file, no less!!
    Also, what is the meaning of the words "Optimasition: sinar CeMagYk?
    Thanks in advance for your answers.
    nobody
    Ps: we are talking about sinar digital backs, but the terminology probably
    applies to other backs as well.
     
    nobody, Nov 20, 2005
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    kctan Guest

    1 shot is like normal digital camera that capture the RGGB pixels with 1
    exposure (for normal and action shot). 4 shots means shooting in 4
    exposures one each for RGGB and its is for still objects that require very
    high quality and reduced moiré effect. 16 shots means 4 exposures for R, 8
    for G and 4 for B. Even higher quality. CeMagYk is an enhancement that
    integrated in its capturing software for transforming RGB color to CMYK
    colors optimized for color separation work (offset printing).
     
    kctan, Nov 20, 2005
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    nobody Guest

    Thank you. I seem to have fallen behind in my digital knowledge :)!
    nobody
     
    nobody, Nov 21, 2005
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    kctan Guest

    It is not 1 image but 4 full color images tile into 1 big one by
    "Macroscanning", moving the digital back that requires an optional Macroscan
    adapter by Sinar. 4(1,2,1) = 4,8,4
     
    kctan, Nov 21, 2005
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