Can you get a digital back for a Bronica?

Can you get a digital back for a Bronica?

The new digital back, now funding on Kickstarter, will be compatible with cameras by Hasselblad, Bronica, Rolleiflex, Mamiya and others. It’s designed to be low-cost and widely compatible, with a retail price tag of around $400. It’s the kind of thing you’d find in a GoPro or similar action camera.

Is digital medium format worth it?

Whenever image quality and resolution are of the utmost importance, a medium format camera is still the best choice for the job. It’s not commonly used by the majority of today’s photographers and one is not likely to see it out in the wild, but that may be about to change soon.

What does film back mean?

“Film back” is common terminology for the dimensions of a film frame’s or electronic sensor’s imaging area. In the discipline of 3D camera tracking the best camera solves are generated when the artist inputs the actual lens focal length and camera film back size used.

What does I’m back digital back do?

“I’m Back MF – Low cost digital back for medium format analog photo cameras. Our goal is to unlock the creativity that is in you, to have a lot of fun and to revive the medium format analog photo cameras. With I’m Back you can take full format digital pictures, make videos and always switch back to analog film photography.

Is the digital back the same for medium format cameras?

Same goes for the new medium format digital back. Supported cameras include some famous medium format cameras such as: For each of these models (and more to come) there is a dedicated adapter, the digital back itself is the same for each of them.

Is there a medium format back for Hasselblad?

Offering an affordable medium format digital back for Hasselblad, Bronica, Rolleiflex, Mamiya and others. Check out the video below to learn more about the camera adapter which is now available to back with a 27% discount and worldwide shipping expected to take place during June 2020.

How does a digital back work on a 35mm camera?

The concept behind this new line of digital backs is similar to the existing line for 35mm SLRs: Choose an adapter for your cameras make and model, attach the “I’m Back” digital back to that adapter and off you go! The build-in camera captures the image projected to the ground glass of the host camera through an attached lens.