Home New Models Cameras News Deals Video Reviews Firmware Manuals Free Software Rebates Shopping

Leaf Aptus vs. Phase One P Green Valley AZ

Both the Leaf Aptus 75 Digital and Phase One P45 back were capable of roughly similar image quality and that they differed primarily in their user interface and screen technology.

Ritz Camera
(480) 785-2211
Casa Paloma 7131 W Ray Rd Ste 42
Chandler, AZ
 
Ritz Camera
(623) 376-2760
The Village At Arrowhead 20118 N 67th Ave
Glendale, AZ
 
T J Maxx
(480) 726-8523
4075 S Gilbert Rd
Gilbert, AZ
 
Arizona Camera Works
(480) 926-0282
3120 N Arizona Ave
Chandler, AZ
 
Black Pockets
(480) 948-2500
7640 E Gelding DR
Scottsdale, AZ
 
Ritz Camera
(602) 279-9492
Camelback Colonade 1928 E. Highland Avenue
Phoenix, AZ
 
Rohs Inc
(520) 795-8573
3525 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, AZ
 
J C Penney Company Incorporated
(480) 985-5405
Superstition Springs Mall
Gilbert, AZ
 
Wilson Camera Digital Lab & Portrait
(480) 990-3150
4320 N Miller RD
Scottsdale, AZ
 
AGM Electronics Inc
(520) 722-1000
4260 N Sullinger Ave
Tucson, AZ
 

Leaf Aptus vs. Phase One P

Leaf Aptus 75 Digital Back vs. Phase One P45 Review

Reader Score: 6.12 (out of 10)
Field Report: "In June, 2006, two months prior to this report, I had an opportunity to test and shoot with an Aptus 75 back alongside my Phase One P45. My report was fairly comprehensive, though limited by the fact that I could not shoot with the same camera body and lens, so doing meaningful direct comparison's wasn't possible.

My conclusion was that both backs were capable of roughly similar image quality and that they differed primarily in their user interface and screen technology. Nevertheless, I really wanted an opportunity to shoot with both backs side by side, and to be able to conduct a few more thorough image comparisons.

Leaf was very accommodating to this request, and just prior to my participation in the Adobe Lightroom Iceland Adventure, loaned me an Aptus 75 for the trip. I have a spare Hasselblad H1 to work with, alongside my H2, and so I was able to have both backs on a body at all times, switching between my 35mm, 55-100mm and 210mm lenses.

shot for several days with both backs, though mostly with the P45, for reason's which I'll elaborate shortly. My plan was that on the last day of the trip, in Reykjavik, Bill Atkinson (my driving and shooting partner on this trip) and I would spend half a day running a full suite of comparison tests between the two backs. As luck would have it, this was not to be."

...

Click here to read the rest of this article from Cameratown.com