Partnering with Sony to create a CMOS sensor that's capable of providing 100-megapixel functionality, the new Phase One XF Camera is one of the more powerful options in the photography world. Boasted by the brand to be the "Ultimate Camera System," the Phase One XF Camera is designed to have a bevy of features to help enable the best image quality possible.
Aside from the Honeybee Auto Focus system, the Phase One XF Camera features vibration tracking and Electronic First Curtain Shutter to ensure that crisp imagery is never compromised because of external variants. Like other endeavors by the brand, the Phase One XF 100MP Camera System doesn't come cheap and is available for purchase immediately for $48,990.
The New Phase One XF Camera Features a 100-Megapixel CMOS Sensor
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