The DT Division of Cultural Heritage Blog

Cable Management

The fact is, I like zip ties and think Velcro is one of science’s great contributions to humanity and continue to use them where appropriate, but I thought we could improve the look and experience of our systems with some new materials. Read More

Phase One XF: First Look

Today Phase One and Digital Transitions are proud to announce the long awaited next generation camera body, the XF Camera System. This system has been in development for years and finally gives Phase One total control over the entire platform; lens, body and the new IQ3 (which give tighter integration to the XF). Continue reading to see what our top reason are on why you should love the new XF Camera System. Trust us, there is a lot. Read More

The Phase One IQ3 - What You Need to Know

Along with the new XF Camera System announced today, Phase One has also released a new range of digital backs. The IQ3 is the next generation for Medium Format that work seamlessly with the XF. Continue reading to see all the new goodies! Read More

How Much Resolution Do I need?

How much resolution do you need? That's a more complicated question that it seems at first. In fact, more resolution, by itself, won't do a darn thing. Read More

Film Scanning at the Center for Creative Photography

Here is a great statement from Joseph Rheaume, the Digital Projects Coordinator, over at the Center for Creative Photography in Arizona. They are using our film scanning soultion to capture film at amazing speeds. Read More

DTDCH in London, England

Some of our DTDCH products are being shown at the Modern Imaging in the Cultural Heritage arena conference in London, England! Read More

Capture One CH 8.2 is here.

Today Phase One & DTDCH have released Capture One CH 8.2 – a free update to existing Capture One CH 8 customers. Read More

Capture One CH Webinar Recording Now Available

If you missed our webinar last month on the Cultural Heritage Edition of Capture One, you can now watch it in its entirety on our Media Page. Read More

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