Thursday, January 18, 2018

SINARBACK eVOLUTION 86H and SINARBACK eXACT – IMAGE QUALITY WITHOUT COMPROMISE







Sinar, a division of Leica Camera AG, has two digital backs in their lineup which offer unsurpassed performance and color accuracy.  If your goal is to create digital images in highest quality, then rely on the Sinar Multi-shot digital backs. They provide much higher color resolution than one-shot backs – a clearly visible improvement, which cannot be achieved even with involved computer rework.

"It's easier to get the color you want by recording the color that's there."
Prof. Dr. Roy S. Berns, color expert at the Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Photo: Roy S. Berns

In Multi-shot photography, each pixel is captured by every primary color. You achieve an unimagined level of color accuracy and intensity. In addition, moiré will be prevented. Since there is no interpolation, there is no loss of definition either. The result is brilliant, sharp images of the highest quality.  The multi shot Sinarbacks make it possible to reproduce the entire color spectrum perceptible to the human eye with absolute precision.  With these backs  Sinar has redefined color accuracy in digital photography. In addition,since they eliminate  the need for time-consuming color corrections, they also save valuable time.  Applications, for instance, are the digitization of artwork, reprography, and scientific photography, all of which require very accurate color reproduction.

Detail from the painting "Mathilde Boscovits" by Friedrich Boscovits (1845-1918). © Regula Schmid

With the Sinarback eVolution 86H, 1- and 4-Shot captures can be taken with its 50 MPx sensor, and prints of up to 50 cm x 70 cm can easily be produced.

Thanks to a unique adapter concept, it takes only a few simple moves to mount a Sinarback on a wide variety of camera platforms, including other brands. In addition, you can use this digital back not only with a view camera, but also with medium format camera systems.

The Sinarback eXact opens up a whole range of possibilities for you – use it flexibly in any studio situation, from packshots to high-end photography.

With this digital back, you can create multi-shot photography with 4 or 16 shots, allowing you to get resolution of up to 192 megapixels! In addition, the Sinarback eXact has a built-in downscaling function. That means, if required, you can also take photographs at low resolutions of 12 or 24 megapixels. With one digital back you are ready for all applications.

The Multi-shot Sinarbacks are designed for reliable studio work. They avoid electronic components like displays, batteries and internal memory as they can produce heat that causes color noise. The dual cooling of the sensor secures consistently high-quality photography, even over long shootings.

For more information go to www.sinar.ch


Technical Data Sinarback eVolution 86H
Sinar eVolution86H schwarz

SENSOR TYPE
Dalsa FTF 6080C - RGB Mosaic Filter, Full Frame Technology

SENSOR SIZE
8000 x 6000 pixels, 48.0 million pixels, 48 x 36 mm

FILE FORMAT
DNG

FILE SIZE (RGB)
144 MB (8 bit), 288 MB (16 bit)

CAPTURING MODES
1- and 4-shot

EXPOSURE RATE
up to 13 images per minute

LIVE IMAGE
Available

EXPOSURE TIME
1/10000 to 32 seconds

NOMINAL SENSITIVITY
ISO 50 - 800

DIGITIZATION
48 bit (16 bit per channel)

FILE STORAGE
via Firewire on computer

ACTIVE COOLING
Available (with fan and Peltier)

POWER SUPPLY
Firewire 800

FIREWIRE INTERFACE
IEEE 1394b (800 Mbps)

compatible with IEEE 1394a (400 Mbps)

EXPOSURE AND WORKFLOW SOFTWARE
Sinar CaptureFlow

OPERATING SYSTEMS
Mac OS X 10.10 and higher

MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Apple Macintosh with Intel Core 2

Duo 2 GHz with 8 GB RAM

OPERATING TEMPERATURE
0 - 45° C / 32 - 113° F

DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
90 x 85 x 73 mm, 0.6 kg

CAMERA INTERFACE
Sinar p3/p2/p/x view cameras,

Sinar m, Hasselblad V/H, Mamiya

645 AFD, AFD II, 645 Super Pro TL,

any 4x5 view camera via Graflock adapter



Technical Data Sinarback eXact
multishot exact

SENSOR TYPE
Dalsa FTF 6080C - RGB Mosaic Filter, Full Frame Technology

SENSOR SIZE
8000 x 6000 pixels, 48.0 million pixels, 48 x 36 mm

FILE FORMAT
DNG

FILE SIZE (RGB)
up to 576 MB (8 bit), 1.14 GB (16 bit)

CAPTURING MODES
1-, 4-, and 16-shot (with Downscaling)

EXPOSURE RATE
up to 13 exposures per minute

LIVE IMAGE
Available

EXPOSURE TIME
1/10000 to 32 seconds

NOMINAL SENSITIVITY
ISO 50 - 800

DIGITIZATION
48 bit (16 bit per channel)

FILE STORAGE
via Firewire on computer

ACTIVE COOLING
Available (with fan and Peltier)

POWER SUPPLY
Firewire 800

FIREWIRE INTERFACE
IEEE 1394b (800 Mbps)

compatible with IEEE 1394a (400 Mbps)

EXPOSURE AND WORKFLOW SOFTWARE
Sinar CaptureFlow

OPERATING SYSTEMS
Mac OS X 10.10 and higher

MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Apple Macintosh with Intel Core 2

Duo 2 GHz with 8 GB RAM

OPERATING TEMPERATURE
0 - 45° C / 32 - 113° F

DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
90 x 85 x 73 mm, 0.6 kg

CAMERA INTERFACE
Sinar p3/p2/p/x view cameras,

Sinar m, Hasselblad V/H, Mamiya

645 AFD, AFD II, 645 Super Pro TL,

any 4x5 view camera via Graflock adapter



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6 comments:

  1. Why a post about Sinar on a Leica Blog?

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    1. Because Sinar is a division of Leica Camera AG.

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  2. Ian't a multi shot back restricted to photography of non moving subject matter only?

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    1. That was the case with the old scanning backs. However, multi shot backs allow instant capture as an option.

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  3. Didn't Hasselblad just introduce such a back?

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    1. Yes they did. However, while the Hasselblad back is designed primarily for the Hasselblad system, the Sinar backs can be used on a very large variety of cameras.

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