Mamiya Leaf one of the manufacturers specialized medium format camera equipment, officially released three new digital back that is present in the series Mamiya Leaf Credo. 3 model is the latest digital back Mamiya Leaf Credo 80, Mamiya Leaf Mamiya Leaf Credo Credo 60 and 40.
Mamiya Leaf Credo top 80 is a series of new product lines. Digital medium format back full frame 80 megapixel with rsensor comes with a choice of options from ISO 35 to ISO ISO 800 with an average speed of 0.7 fps shooting objects. While Credo Leaf Mamiya 60 that comes with a 60 megapixel sensor and Mamiya Leaf Credo 40 bersensor 40 megapixels along with a selection of options from ISO 50 to ISO ISO 800 with an average speed of 1 fps shooting subjects for Mamiya Leaf Credo 60 and 1.2 fps for Mamiya Credo Leaf 40.
In terms of performance, the trio has a dynamic range of 12.5 f-stops that allowed him to produce more detailed images and rich colors. Image processing is done is also faster thanks to the dual-core microprocessor pinned inside. For navigation, the Mamiya Leaf Credo has been equipped with a high-resolution multitouch touch screen that can display an accurate tonal color and function to help you zero in the object through its Live View feature. In order for the process of moving data from digital back to the PC or MAC you faster, Mamiya has also equip it with a FireWire 800 connection support and USB 3.0.
Mamiya Leaf Credo can be used for medium format camera from Mamiya, Hasselblad V-Series and H-Series as well as medium format camera from CONTAX. All three will go on sale in June 2012 at a price of U.S. $ 19.495 for Leaf Credo 40, U.S. $ 32.495 for Leaf Credo 60 and U.S. $ 38.995 for Credo Leaf 80.