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“The camera is flawless in operation and a real...”

Written on: 23/12/2007 by garymercer (1 review written)

Good Points
With an additional adaptor, it takes the Mamiya ZD 22 megapixal back and communicates seamlessly. It also will take any of the phase one backs or other digital backs with the proper adaptors. It is truly a modular medium format camera and workhorse.

Bad Points
Its heavy and bulky to use. Of course this can be said for most of the medium format cameras out there in this class.

General Comments
The camera is flawless in operation and a real workhorse. The optional AE Prism finder is extremely accurate and easy to use. I usually use a handheld meter and set the camera manually, but you can use the metered prism finder easily. The lenses are about the best lenses I've ever used. My 140mm macro is the best in its class. The wide angle lense is superb. Overall a really great camera for use in the studio or out in the field. Accepts digital backs, 220 or 120 film. Uses the larger 6x7 film format (the negative is huge!) and also accepts a cool polaroid film back as well.

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