Fotodiox, a leading lens adapter and accessories manufacturer and distributor, has introduced the RhinoCam, a camera system that puts the power of a full-size 645 medium format back into the hands of virtually any photographer.
Utilizing the Sony NEX camera sensor, RhinoCam enables photographers at any level to capture the dramatic detail and sharpness only available with a sensor three times larger than even a high-end full-frame 35mm sensor. The RhinoCam delivers stunning 140+ megapixel images while offering photographers their choice of low-cost sensor options and classic lenses.
Via an interchangeable lens mount, RhinoCam couples either a Pentax 645, Mamiya 645, or Hasselblad
V medium format lens with a Sony NEX series camera. The built-in Composition Screen enables photographers to preview the composed shot.
The lens remains firmly in place while the RhinoCam's moving platform positions the NEX sensor for multiple precisely-positioned exposures. RhinoCam also mounts directly onto a 4x5 board to open up additional possibilities with wider angle lenses, tilt shifts, bellows systems and more.
Compact and lightweight construction ideal for backpack photographers who would otherwise need to transport much heavier gear to photograph large vistas.
Connects a low cost camera sensor with a medium format lens for astonishing medium format photography at a fraction of the normal price.
Preview the composed image before taking the first shot with the built in Composition Screen.
Mount a modern camera sensor onto 4x5 equipment using the RhinoCam system.
Multiple exposures are in a linear array, perfect for flat-stitching to reduce distortion errors inherent in spherical stitching.
When the user upgrades their camera, the RhinoCam delivers even higher quality pictures.
RhinoCam is currently compatible with all Sony NEX mount cameras and the following interchangeable lens mounts: Pentax 645, Mamiya 645, and Hasselblad V. The RhinoCam precision system is priced at $500 and available for order today from the Fotodiox Pro website