Aperture 2.0 and 3FR!

macmx

Member
Aperture 2 is upon us. And it seems to be compatible with 3FR files! However, on the RAW support page at Apple is says the it supports the CF 22 and 39 backs? No CFV?
Does it even matter, especially if I use a card reader?

I'm really excited about this. I hope I don't have to use Flexcolor anymore.

Mc
 

jotloob

MFF-Patron
MC

According to HASSELBLAD , the new software PHOCUS , shall be available at the end of February and will replace FLEXCOLOR . And it is for free .
The surface looks a bit like ADOBE LIGHTROOM .
Why don't you just wait and see , what PHOCUS will bring us ?

Jürgen
 

macmx

Member
I will probably try Phocus as well. However, I love Aperture and I would love to be able to use the same software for my M8 and CFV. The Aperture upgrade is only around 100 Euros here in Denmark, which is definitly worth it.

Is there any difference in the files stored from the CF and CFV back once their on the CF card, which could prohibit the software from working with CFV made files?
 

jotloob

MFF-Patron
MC

Logically CF and CFV back produce 3FR RAW files of the same format .

Have a look here :
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and read the specs for CF and CFV backs .
Remember , both backs use the same FLEXCOLOR software as their RAW converter .
3FR is the exclusive HASSELBLAD raw format .

Instead of hasselbladusa you can of course also use
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Jürgen
 

Valtteri

New Member
OK, thanks for the info. Maybe I should get it then. I have a trial that i havent tried on my MB Pro, but I think it's not the newest version. It would be great to test it first. Sorry for the stupid question, but what is CFV?
 

macmx

Member
CFV is Hasselblads digital back dedicated for the V system. It shoots 16MP .3FR files. I assume these files are the same for all Hasselblad digibacks.
 
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