Sinar has announced the latest in the eMotion line of professional digital backs. The Sinarback eMotion75 provides a continuous capture rate of approximately every 1.5 seconds. With the unique storage system of the eMotion series, the eMotion75 can continuously capture up to 160 exposures in its 6 Gigabytes of internal memory.
The eMotion75 (and its sister back the 22MP eMotion22) feature “no-buffer” shooting. Once you stop shooting, the images are transferred to a Compact Flash card at a rate of more than 16 MB/s.
The eMotion75 features an ISO range of 50-400, and file sizes of up to 190 MB.
The active and usable surface of the sensor remains the same as the eMotion22 (48 x 36 mm) The smaller pixel size in the eMotion75 (7.2 microns) provides better (anti) Moiré characteristics, while at the same time raising the performance in advanced wide-angle and view camera applications.
A large range of adapters designed are available for the new eMotion75. And, with the Hasselblad-V Adapter, Sinarback eMotion digital backs can also be used on any view camera.
In addition, with the development of the Sinarback eMotion75, eMotion22 users also benefit. Sinar has announced a firmware upgrade for the eMotion22. Updating the firmware will increase the CF writing speed to more than 16 MB per second. In addition, the number of user selectable languages which are displayed on the integrated screen has also been increased. The photographer can now choose German, English, French, Japanese, Italian, Spanish and Chinese. The feature of operating the eMotion22 in “Master Mode” has also been updated and it is now possible to use the eMotion22 with earlier shutter systems.
For more details on the eMotion75, please visit eMotion75 Information .