Phase One’s new IQ4 digital for the XF camera body offers an mind-blowing 151 megapixels, and could be the ultimate for landscape photography, but it’ll cost you $52,000. The Sony-built sensor boasts more than 2.5-times the surface area of most full-frame competitors, with the 100MP Hasselblad H6-400C MS being its only competitor. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
“Adding to the impressive sensor, the IQ4 boasts an upgraded image-processing chip that’s 10 times faster than its IQ3 predecessor. The increased speed allowed the company to build Phase One’s Capture One photo-editing software into the camera, granting photographers a preview that’s so close to the finished product it will cut expensive time on shoots with a large staff and demanding clients who want instant photo approval,” according to Hi Consumption.