Inverse Square Law of Light Explanation (Part 2) from Karl Taylor

A couple weeks back we saw a video from Karl Taylor where he gave a very straightforward and understandable explanation for the inverse square law of light. The above video is the second and final part of the discussion from Karl.

To reinforce Karl’s video again, the inverse square law in photographic lighting says:  the intensity of light radiating from a source is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source.

As a result, an object 2 meters away from a light source, receives only one-quarter the light as an object that is 1 meter away from the source.

Hasselblad Unveils 50MP CFV-50c CMOS Back for V System

Hasselblad CFV-50c

Hasselblad has launched a new 50MP back with a 43.8 x 32.9mm sensor size for its legacy V System medium format cameras. The CFV-50c is the new CMOS version of its existing CFV-50 CCD digital back, which also weighs in at 50MP.

The CMOS sensor provides improved noise control and sensitivity with a max ISO 6400, as well as higher frame rates than the previous CCD version. [Read more...]