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Sinar Photography eShutter

Sinar Photography eShutter - Sinar Photography shows another groundbreaking innovation.

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Sinar eShutter

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Sinar e-Shutter - the revolutionary electronic shutter solution sets new standards in modern high-end photography. Integrated microprocessor controls guarantee the highest precision when working with a view camera and they provide fast shutter speeds of up to 1/250 second. A unique feature is the application of 7-blade technology that results in nearly circular aperture openings. The use of state-of-the-art components and electronics makes the compact and light weight construction possible that permits the attachment to different camera platforms.

The Sinar eShutter is completely integrated into the Sinar System and in addition, thanks to its open architecture, it can also be used with any other system. The aforementioned construction permits unrestricted conversions of existing lenses of the “0” size and provides an attractive entry into the Sinar eShutter system.

Controlling and operating the Sinar eShutter takes place in a regular manner on a Macintosh or a PC via a USB interface. What is completely new is the intuitive operation by means of up-to-date and widely used communication tools such as the Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch: Trendy technologies that not only stand for innovation, but also for reliable and efficient working methods.

The first shipments of Sinar eShutter will be in the 1st Quarter 2011. The price of the Sinar eShutter as well as for the various conversions and upgrades will be announced at Photokina. For more information please visit the Sinar website.

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Who writes these press releases anyway? 9 times out of 10 they leave you with more questions than answers. Most of this is just rhetoric.

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