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Hasselblad FlexColor software

Ilse Jurrien
IFA Report
Friday 13th, July 2007
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

The Hasselblad FlexColor software for image capture and processing continues to set new standards for digital photography. The software has always been free of charge for Hasselblad users. Digital correction for vignetting implemented as DAC level III completing Hasselblad’s development of digital lens corrections, which started out with correction for color aberration (DAC level I) and distortion (DAC level II). The correction is continuously adjustable between 0 and 100%. andheld capture at longer exposure times is improved by a short capture delay after the mirror-up movement. This minimizes vibration during exposure. The optional delay is 50 msec per default, and can be set from 0 to 200 msec.

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Hasselblad FlexColor software

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