The Leaf Credo 50, from Mamiya Leaf, is the latest medium-format shooter to feature a 50-megapixel CMOS sensor. As such, the new digital back follows in the footsteps of recently-released devices like the Phase One IQ250
, Hasselblad H5D-50c
and Pentax 645Z
, by boasting a versatile wide ISO range, improved Live View, and faster continuous shooting than its predecessors.
Medium format camera manufacturer Mamiya-Leaf has announced three new high resolution camera backs named the Leaf Credo. All of the new backs sport a specially designed DALSA CCD sensor, a touchscreen LCD display with Live View functionality for both tethered and untethered photography, and a dual-core microprocessor that's said to offer the fastest available image viewing, focusing and editing.
Mamiya has announced that its DM33 and DM56 professional modular digital SLR systems are to be joined by a 40 megapixel, large sensor version. The DM40 brings together the expertise of Schneider-Kreuznach, Leaf Phase One and of course Mamiya to offer users a choice of two shutter systems, a lush 16 bit/channel color palette, touchscreen display and powerful supporting processing software.
Japanese company Mamiya have been producing professional quality cameras since 1940 and are a world leader in high end imaging. Now they've entered the digital age with the Mamiya ZD and ZD Back - a lens interchangeable digital SLR camera and a digital backend to expand your photography options. Both models also come with a staggering 36 x 48mm, 22 million-pixel CCD to generate stunning high-resolution images.