H1 Camera Kit

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The ingenious H1 lets you switch over from guidebook or autofocus, and accepts digital backs, like the Leaf Valeo 22, letting you change between electronic as well as analog capturing. In the past, numerous specialist digital photographers have avoided auto-focus cams, whining that the slow-moving speed of the auto-focus let valuable shots escape. On a regular basis it was merely quicker, and also even more dependable, to concentrate by hand. The H1, nevertheless, supplies lightning quickly, super-accurate focusing under almost any conditions, guaranteeing that also one of the most short lived of immediates can be frozen precisely and plainly. As well as the auto-focus features an instant override function, making it possible for easy accessibility to manual focusing without leaving the auto-focus mode. And also under the smooth outer housing of the H1 lies a lightweight, high-strength aluminum core surrounded by a strong stainless steel housing ensuring reliable as well as resilient efficiency under even the toughest of problems and for years ahead. In addition, the H1 s central lens shutter design makes it possible for practically vibration-free exposures at also the longest shutter speeds and also makes the H1 capable of flash-synchronization in all shutter rates, up to 1/800 of a 2nd. Specs: Type: Auto-focus, auto-exposure SLR video camera Image Format: 6 x 4.5 centimeters Focus Type: Automatic or hands-on with instantaneous hand-operated focus override Film Back System: Digital or movie back for both 120 as well as 220 film types Light Metering System: Built-in, multi-mode system Drive Modes: Single and continual Shutter Speed: Electronically controlled lens shutter with rates varying from 18 hrs to 1/800 s including B- and T-mode. Flash control: TTL center-weighted system, can be made use of with the built-in flash or a variety of flashes compatible with the SCA3002 (Metz) system utilizing adapter SCA3902 Exposure Metering: Multi-mode exposure metering using 90deg. response viewfinder