Phase One x Alpa A-Series Cameras

Dec 30, 2014

Category: Tech

Looking to put that picture of your ex-girlfriend on the side of her office building and still have it be sharp? Damn, what’d she do to you? Oh well, it’s none of our business. But we do know you’re gonna need a camera with a megaton of megapixels. Something from Phase One and Alpa’s A-Series oughta do the trick.

These compact mirrorless cameras use 50-, 60-, or 80-megapixel full-frame CCD sensors that are calibrated for 70mm, 35mm, or 23mm Alpa lenses. They look fantastic in your hands too, with natural rosewood handles and leather grips. The A-Series features specially calibrated wide and all-round focal length Rodenstock lenses and 5-year warranties that cover the entire camera system and lenses, should your ex not take too kindly to your tactics. The cameras start at $47,000. [Purchase]

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