Mamiya DM33 System Overview Mamiya DM Systems are digital solutions for photographers who take their art seriously and passionately. They have been manufactured to cater for photographers who want to take pro-level digital images with a professional feel that only a medium format system can provide. The Mamiya DM Systems boast 35mm handling and speed, fully customizable settings and top quality photographic results. Images are shot in 16 bit RAW files with high resolution, exceptional color accuracy and exquisite detail, of which not a single megapixel is squandered on premium quality 33, 28 and 22 megapixel sensors. Mamiya DM System Camera body specifications •Handling speed and ease to rival a 35mm SLR •Digital controls and LCD displays •19 custom settings for fully personalized digital photography •Selectable dual shutter system •Durable, ergonomical and secure design A comprehensive range of 16 precision lenses are available for the Mamiya DM System user, all constructed drawing on over 60 years of experience and innovation. For demanding daylight situations, there are three leaf shutter lenses, developed in collaboration with renowned optical company Schneider Kreuznach. For other photographic genres, there are lenses suited for landscapes, portraiture, fashion, architecture, commercial and macro. With a Mamiya DM System, you are instantly elevated to master status. Mamiya DM System Camera Camera Type Mamiya 645DF: 6x4.5cm format AF single lens reflex Image size 56x41.5mm (actual image) Field of view Approx. 94% (percentage of total image viewed) Focusing screen Interchangeable (choice of matte/ checker/ M6 45 lens use) Pre-installed with Type A Exposure modes Aperture priority AE/ shutter speed priority AE/ programmed AE/ manual/ electronically controlled bulb and time Auto focusing system TTL phase difference detection device (l+l shaped CCD line sensor) Shutter Dual function: focal plane shutter or leaf shutter operation with Mamiya LS lenses Metering mode TTL full aperture metering (choice of center-weighted average/ spot/ A-S auto) Self-timer Selectable from 0.5 sec. to 60 min. Flash synchronization X contact and TTL flash. Sync. speeds of up to 1/125 sec. with focal plane shutter or up to 1/1,600 sec. with Mamiya LS lenses Remote control terminal Electronic cable release on camera body Mirror-up shooting Possible using drive dial mode Tripod Socket U 1/4 inch and U 3/8 inch Power requirements 6 AA size batteries (alkaline-magnesium/ lithium/ nickel-hydride/nickel-cadmium) Dimensions (WxHxD) 153x128x152mm Weight 1,030g (body only) Mamiya DM33 System Digital back specifications •Mega Sensor detail with high megapixel counts •16 bit/ channel color palette for outstanding color accuracy •Rapid capture rate for successive shooting Intuitive and user friendly controls and functions •Capture One software compatibility for post-capture development Mamiya DM33 System digital back CCD size (mm) 48 x 36 Number of pixels 6726 x 5040 Resolution 33MP Capture rate (sec/frame) 1.1 File size (MOS) 67MB MOS lossless compression 47MB TIFF 16 bit 190MB 8 bit RGB 102MB 8 bit CMYK 136MB ISO sensitivity 50-800 LCD screen (touchscreen with stylos) Size 6 x 7 (cm) Image viewing Up to 20 images on LCD screen with 1.1 zoom Viewing tools Histogram/ spot meter (f-stop)/ average exposure meter/ exposure alarms Languages English/ German/ French/ Spanish/ Italian/ Japanese/ Chinese Properties Operation conditions Temperature 0-40o/ Humidity 15%-80% RH (non-condensing) Portable power supply 1x lithium ion battery 2350Ah power Image storage CF card (portable mode) FireWire 800 (tethered mode) Optional camera interfaces Mamiya Pro II/ Mamiya Pro IID/ 4x5 Graflock Dimensions (WxHxD) 95 x 82 x 59 (mm) Weight 600g To learn more: www.mamiya.com Contact Mamiya at E-mail us at email@example.com or contact your local Mamiya dealer. ©Mamiya Digital Imaging Co., Ltd., 2010. Mamiya is a trademark of Mamiya Digital Imaging Co., Ltd. Subject to technical change without notice.
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