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Mamiya ZD Back 645AFDII

Mamiya ZD Back 645AFDII - JP Distribution are pleased to announce the UK launch of the Mamiya ZD Back 645AFDII outfit.

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Press Release: Mayima 645AFDII

The System consists of the Mamiya 645AFD II Medium Format Camera with 80mm f/2.8 AF lens together with the recently introduced Mamiya ZD 22Mp Digital Back. The suggested retail price will be £7,500 including VAT (£6382.98 excluding VAT) making it a real alternative to 35mm based DSLR’s.

Launch promotion:
To celebrate the launch of Mamiya’s first digital back JP Distribution will be supporting a special introductory price of just £6000 including VAT (£5106.38 excluding VAT). This will be available until the end of November 2007.

“This is an excellent opportunity for all photographers who have aspired to the Digital Medium Format world” says Paul Roper, Sales and Marketing Director. “The Mamiya ZD Back system offers the best in quality and performance at an unbelievable price”

The Mamiya 645AFD system is the choice of many of today’s working professionals offering the best in quality, reliability together with an excellent choice of high quality lenses and accessories. Now combined with the Mamiya ZD Back via the MSCE interface this makes the 645 AFD system a truly integrated Digital Medium Format system.

New Digital Lenses:
We are also pleased to announce two new Mamiya digital lenses – the Mamiya Sekor AF 75-150mm f/4.5 D and a full-frame 28mm f/4.5 D Aspherical. Using cutting edge lens design and manufacturing technology Mamiya have developed these lenses to ensure superior image quality.

The AF 75-150mm f/4.5 D lens is a medium telephoto zoom lens with an angle of view of 50 to 28 degrees, equivalent to 47-93mm in the 35mm format.

The Aspherical AF 28mm lens has an angle of view of 102 degrees, which is equivalent a 17mm lens in the 35mm format.

 

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User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
31 Aug 2007 4:16PM
Sorry Pentax - you missed the boat.

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MikeA 9 1.2k England
31 Aug 2007 7:08PM
Not quite 22Mp, spec from Mamiya web site, not sure why they missed the boat?


Quote:Total Pixels
Approx. 21.80 Million Pixels
Active Pixels
Approx. 21.50 Million Pixels

User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
31 Aug 2007 7:17PM
Read the link Mike...?? Posted a couple of days ago...?? Wink
31 Aug 2007 7:30PM
Very interesting for people such as myself who were thinking of buying a 1DS MKIII
MikeA 9 1.2k England
31 Aug 2007 8:01PM
Don't understand what the link has to do with the current situation? The camera has now been released.

MikeA.
riprap007 10 1.6k 37 England
31 Aug 2007 8:35PM
a great price (at 6k), would love to be able to justify it !
User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
31 Aug 2007 8:48PM

Quote:Don't understand what the link has to do with the current situation? The camera has now been released.


( THUD!! )

Did you read the content of the 'Pentax' link I posted Mike ????? I'm not about to give you a history lesson here. In other circles it's called 'h-u-m-o-u-r'...
MattGrayson 7 622 3 England
31 Aug 2007 11:55PM
I think as opposed to missing the boat, I think they got on the wrong one and instead of a cruise to the caribbean, they are now in a pedalo off the coast of Iceland.
User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
1 Sep 2007 7:34AM
Spot on Matt. So very sad but - very good to see another great name pick up the MF digital flag and run with it.
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
1 Sep 2007 2:40PM
I would not say that Pentax missed the boat, Mamiya has been on the cards for a while and they don`t make dslr`s Smile
oppo 8 6 2 Scotland
3 Sep 2007 1:12PM

Quote:I would not say that Pentax missed the boat, Mamiya has been on the cards for a while and they don`t make dslr`s
...What is the Mamiya ZD if it's not a dslr ?
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
3 Sep 2007 6:10PM

Quote:What is the Mamiya ZD if it's not a dslr


Smile Smile Smile

I was simply referring to the fact, they don`t make 35mm/or cropped DSLR`s like Nikon/Canon etc, where as Pentax do Smile
ajojio 7 India
21 Oct 2007 8:33AM
if other cameras are kings & queens,

Mamiya is always the emperor!

A.O.JOJI
ajojio@yahoo.co.in

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