High grade aluminium body in black anodised finish
Handgrip made of Palissander wood
Lightweight only 0.92 kgs (excl. lens)
Stitching possibilities (2-way / 4-way)
The Cambo WRS-1600 series is a new addition to the Wide RS Family, made from high grade aluminium as used in aerospace technology. The movements are driven by accellerated spindle gears, operated by XL size stainless steel driveknobs with excellent grip. These precision-geared controls provide architectural photographers with many of the image-placement movements they require, while giving digital photographers the ability to create amazing vertical and horizontal panoramic images through stitching several exposures together. A unique feature of the WRS-1600 is its ability to rotate the full camera/lens/back assembly in the tripod mount between landscape and protrait mode within seconds, without removing any part and still keeping the optical center in the same position. Additionally many of the Lenspanels can optionally be acquired with a Tilt-Swing possibility, to add Scheimpflug settings for increased depth of field, in both horizontal as vertical plane or intentionally selective sharpness where needed. Like the other Cambo Wide models, the WRS-1600 features interchangeable interfaces for Hasselblad, Leaf, Phase One and Sinar digital backs. Mounts are available for Hasselblad V, Hasselblad-H, PhaseOne-DF/XF, Mamiya 645DF and Contax 645AF compatible camerabacks. A dedicated interface plate hosting both Leaf AFi and Sinar HY6 backs is also available. In order to accomplish nearly any architectural or landscape assignment, the Wide RS accepts the full range of WDS lens panels that incorporate the Schneider Digitar and Rodenstock Digital lenses. Choose from focal lengths ranging from 23mm up to 150mm and more on request.
Size 180 x 160mm (W x H) incl. handgrips and tripod mount Lightweight only 0.92 kgs (excl. lens) Horizontal shift 40 mm (20 mm left/20 mm right) Vertical shift 40 mm (20mm / 20mm)
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