Part One has printed a video on its YouTube channel teasing some sort of replace for its XT Digicam system.
It’s troublesome to inform precisely what Part One is alluding to within the 18 seconds of teaser footage, however from what I can inform, it seems as if the XT Digicam proven off is just about unchanged from the one at present out there. What’s new, nonetheless, is a silver knob atop the Rodenstock HR lens, which suggests we must always see some tilt performance added.
The Rodenstock HR lenses out there for the Part One XT have already got shift by as a lot as 12mm up, down, left and proper. However the skill to tilt is notably absent, until you go together with a third-party lens from Cambo with built-in tilt performance. If the teaser video is displaying off new tilt performance, it’s in all probability secure to imagine that, just like the shift information, the lean information would get saved to the picture file for referencing later if wanted.
|the Part One XT Digicam with the 5 Rodenstock HR lenses out there alongside it.|
Whereas Part One’s XF digicam system is extra designed for the studio, the XT is deemed a ‘subject digicam,’ meant extra for panorama images. Actually, Part One goes as far as to say it’s ‘The world’s solely digicam devoted to panorama images.’ Whereas we regularly look to tilt/shift lenses for architectural images, adjusting for each tilt and shift in panorama photographs can assist with capturing panorama photographs while not having to maneuver the lens and assist right for perspective in-camera to maintain vertical traces from converging in scenes.
There could also be extra to the announcement as properly, but when so, it doesn’t seem like seen within the brief teaser. Part One says the ‘thrilling information’ will drop ‘subsequent week.’