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Phase One Announce iXG System

Phase One launch iXG camera system designed for cultural heritage photos.

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Phase One Announce iXG System: Phase One iXG

Phase One have announced a new capture solution for cultural heritage digitization.

The iXG camera is available in 50 megapixel and 100 megapixel varieties and is designed to process high volumes of cultural heritage matter like documents, books, transparent film and glass plates with speed and precision. 

The camera also operates on a new version of Phase One's cultural heritage software, for those that require a complete solution from input to output.

The iXG has motor-driven focusing for precision. The iXG Camera System’s 100MP Achromatic model utilizes the world's most powerful black and white image capture device. With the highest available resolution and wide-spectrum sensitivity, the 100MP Achromatic opens up capabilities in multi-spectral and NIR (Near Infra-Red) imaging.

You can pre-order the camera now on the Phase One website. It comes with 72mm or 120mm optics and will ship in June with prices starting at 33,990 Euros. 

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