However, when having a single purpose from a camera, or just about any device, you get a great deal on pricing or a hell of a lot of performance.
In the case of the Phase One IQ180 if you want one, it will cost you no less than $43.990 so the price deal isn’t its main strength.
However, given the fact that the IQ180 has an amazing image sensor capable of giving you 80 megapixel photography the performance level is unrivaled.
Since photography makes for quite a complex market, the amazing stats on the Phase One IQ180 don’t tell the whole story.
Let me put this into perspective, just as a phone can film in Full HD resolution, it’s not exactly going to manage the same quality as the stuff broadcasters use.
This is where the Phase One IQ180 suffers a bit. The detail level and the fan base tends to let it down. Now don’t think your old phone can manage better photos but out in the big world there’s more to it.
Early reports from specialized testers seem to say that while the Phase One IQ180 with 80 megapixels is great, most tend to favor Nikon or Canon cameras which have just over 20.
I’m no expert but that thinks it’s stupid, it’s a 80 megapixel sensor, we’re not talking digital enhancement or something fake like that.
Even so, the Phase One IQ180 seems like a brilliant idea and the spec sheet is great in other areas as well. The special camera shows off USB 3.0 and FireWire 800 and a brilliant screen.
Therefore you can take enormous pictures and check them out on a 1.15 megapixel resolution Phase One calls “retina type”. Moving away from all of the iPhone marketing steal the screen also has touch capabilities apart from just looking great.
And once your Phase One IQ180 takes hugely great images, you approve them on the touchscreen you can simply send it towards your PC at breakneck speed.
What else could you want from a excellent camera?