The Leaf AFi 10 medium format camera falls in the middle of the war over sensor-size with a 56×36mm TWF sensor that cranks out a 56 megapixel resolution across the entire width of the 6×6 sensor area.
This camera is the digital equivalent of what’s called “medium format” in film photography. That format gives you a 350% larger negative for higher resolution and finer detail.
‘True Wide Frame’ sensor
The new Leaf True Wide Frame sensor restores lenses to their full angle of view. Together with DALSA Corporation, Leaf designed the exclusive new 56×36 mm True Wide Frame sensor to deliver 56 megapixel resolution across the entire width of the Leaf AFi 10’s 6×6 sensor area. TWF sensor technology in the Leaf AFi 10 imaging module and Aptus 10 camera back is also compatible with over 80 large-format cameras, maximizing their capture area.
Leaf Verto internal sensor rotation
Leaf Verto internal sensor rotation technology means no more turning the camera, or even the imaging module with the Leaf AFi 10. With one finger you can flip the sensor from landscape to portrait and back, giving you the power to quickly capture 56mm resolution in both landscape and portrait orientations.
The AFi 10 captures images at about 1 second per frame and has the ability to shoot up to ISO800. The price tag for Leaf AFi 10 reads $43,675.
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