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New RZ33 Medium Format Digital Camera from Mamiya

Mamiya has recently introduced its novel big sensor digital camera kit, the Mamiya RZ33 camera kit, which is targeted at professional photographers. It incorporates the high performing 33 megapixel based CCD sensor. This camera has enhanced the widely used RZ line of Mamiya to a higher level. It brings in the versatile and user-friendly features of the RZ camera in the larger sensor digital field.

Without using cables, users of RZ33 will be able to add a CF card and a chosen razor sharp RZ lens for generating in-depth, large, and gorgeous images.

Mamiya RZ33 Medium Format Digital Camera

The requirement from photographers for better quality of digital images for their clients has made the RZ33 emerge as a state-of-the-art digital large-sensor camera. It uses enhanced microprocessor technology to enable direct communication of every camera function to its 33mp digital component via its Mamiya Serial Communication (MSC) system, resulting in a cable-free digital functioning that is as trouble free and smooth like shooting with film camera.

The Mamiya RZ33 is useful for owners of the current Mamiya RZ system who are fully aware of the need to incorporate the medium format photography quality to their workflows.

Its 33 megapixel CCD sensor is totally compatible every Mamiya RZ system lens, viewfinders, and various accessories. Due to the famous vertical-horizontal rotation functionality built-in the camera, users do not have to turn their cameras. The bellows focusing system of the camera offers close-up focusing capabilities for each RZ lens and also infinity focusing without the need for cumbersome mounting-and-un-mounting adapters.

The global class interchangeable worldclass quality lenses of Mamiya have in-built shutter speed in the 8 to 1/400sec range, along with T-setting for a maximum of 32 seconds. It is possible to achieve electronic flash synchronization for every shutter speed. Intermediate shutter speed can also be set on the speed dial setting of the camera to achieve added critical digital exposure control.


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