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"Elmsford, NY – June 2, 2010 – Mamiya announces today the new Mamiya RZ33 large-sensor digital camera kit for professional photographers. The Mamiya RZ33, featuring a high performance 33 megapixel CCD sensor, advances the long adored Mamiya RZ line to a new level, bringing the famous ease-of-use and versatility of the Mamiya RZ camera system to the large-sensor digital arena. With no cables necessary, RZ33 users simply add their favorite razor sharp RZ lens and a CF card, and they are ready to produce big, detailed, gorgeous images.

 

“The RZ camera system has always been a favorite of professional photographers around the world,” says Mamiya Product Marketing Manager Mike Edwards. “Now, what has been a favorite film camera for so many photographers through the years is poised to become their favorite digital camera. The new RZ33 brings all the ease-of-use advantages of the tried and true RZ camera system to large-sensor digital photography while making tremendous use of the existing line of world-renowned Mamiya RZ optics and accessories.”

 

With the demand from photographers to provide their clients with clearly superior digital image quality, Mamiya’s new RZ33 digital camera kit is the result of an evolution into the next generation of digital large-sensor cameras. It offers advanced microprocessor technology for direct communication of all camera functions to its 33mp digital back through its MSC (Mamiya Serial Communication) system. The result is cable-free digital operation just as smooth and trouble-free as shooting with film.

 

The new Mamiya RZ33 is ideal for existing Mamiya RZ system owners that already know and love the system as well as those professionals looking to add the quality of medium format photography to their workflow. It features cable-free integrated-operation, a large 33 megapixel CCD sensor, is fully compatible with all Mamiya RZ system lenses, viewfinders and most accessories. Of course, the RZ’s legendary Vertical-Horizontal rotation is built-in so there is no need to ever turn the camera.

 

The new RZ33 also offers professional photographers the same exclusive features of its legendary predecessors such as:

 

Precise Rack and pinion bellows focusing, with left and right course and fine focusing adjustment knobs plus a locking focus lever. The bellows focusing system provides for close-up focusing capabilities with every RZ lens, as well as infinity focusing—all without mounting-and-unmounting cumbersome adapters.

 

Interchangeable Mamiya world-class quality lenses, with built-in leaf-shutters offer shutter speeds from 8 to 1/400sec. (plus T-setting for up 32 seconds). Electronic flash synchronization is achieved at all shutter speeds and intermediate shutter speeds can be set on the camera’s speed dial setting for more critical digital exposure control.

 

Interchangeable Viewfinders, offer multiple viewing options. Choose from the waist-level finder (included) for low-angle versatility, or one of the eye-level prisms, such as the AE Prism Finder FE701 which provides A/S Matrix metering, 1/6 f/stops exposure accuracy plus an LED function display in the viewfinder.

 

Interchangeable power winder (optional). The Power Winder 2 is powered by AA batteries or an AC Adapter and adds ease of use by cocking the shutter and resetting the mirror automatically. It produces single or sequential exposures at about 1 frame per second. It can also be remote controlled with radio or infrared transmitters.

 

Many fail-safe system checks, warn the photographer both with visual and audible warning alert signals. And, the new RZ33 is system compatible with all existing RZ lenses and most accessories.

 

Specifications Highlights

 

Capture File Format: .mos RAW file, 16 bits/channel

 

Included Capture Software Packages: Capture One DB and Leaf Capture

 

CCD: 48 x 36mm, 33 Megapixel

 

Largest file size: 190 MB 16 bit TIFF

 

ISO: 50-800

 

Capture rate: 1.1 sec/frame

 

Digital imaging user interface: 2.4 x 2.7 inch (6×7cm) LCD touchscreen

 

Pricing and Availability

 

The new Mamiya RZ33 digital camera kit, including Capture One and Leaf Capture software, will be available in the U.S. for $17,990 and will begin shipping in July 2010."

 

 

 

A mí ya se me hace la boca agua, acostumbrado como estoy a la calidad de Mamiya...

 

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Sería la manera de sacarle partido a esas 3 opticas de la rz que se me quedaron acumulando polvo. Pero es mucha pasta con la que esta cayendo. Aunque los 33 mp no los necesito, lo de rotar el respaldo como antaño se me antoja una delicatessen. Pero insisto, por que se empeñan en sacar tanto megapixel con la tendencia que hay de que los medios seran cada vez mas digitales y por lo tanto, no necesites tanta resolución.Con la zd de 22 estoy mas que contento.

Un cordial ;)

Pd. Que preciosidad :blush:

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Sería la manera de sacarle partido a esas 3 opticas de la rz que se me quedaron acumulando polvo. Pero es mucha pasta con la que esta cayendo. Aunque los 33 mp no los necesito, lo de rotar el respaldo como antaño se me antoja una delicatessen. Pero insisto, por que se empeñan en sacar tanto megapixel con la tendencia que hay de que los medios seran cada vez mas digitales y por lo tanto, no necesites tanta resolución.Con la zd de 22 estoy mas que contento.

Un cordial ;)

Pd. Que preciosidad :blush:

 

Mmmmm.... Bueno... los medios puede que tiendan a ser digitales. Pero fíjate; hoy me han encargado un trabajo que acabará siendo visto en impresión a 6 x 10 metros... Sé que con otras cámaras puede que lo pudiese cubrir... pero si quiero tranquilidad trabajando y resultados perfectos, tendré que "tirar" de un bicho de este estilo (Hassel, Mamiya, camara de banco + respaldo...) Sigue habiendo muuuuchas ocasiones en las que sí hacen falta megapíxeles.

 

Saludetes.

 

Juan.

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Por cierto...

 

Especificaciones a fondo:

 

Type

33 megapixel large sensor format, 6726x5040 pixels, 16 bits/channel

Leaf Shutter

Revolving Back

Bellows Focusing

Single Lens Reflex

 

Capture Characteristics

6726x5040 pixels, 16 bits/channel

ISO 50-800, user selectable

12 f-stop dynamic range

HDR-type Mosaic RAW file, uncompressed or lossless compression settings

Lens conversion- use lens approximately 30% shorter focal length than for 6x7cm film

Burst rate of 1.1 sec/frame

 

Software

RAW file processing: Capture One™, Leaf Capture™, Adobe Lightroom™ (v2.5 and newer) Adobe Photoshop™ (CS4 and newer)

Tethered Capture: Capture One, Leaf Capture

 

Capture Modes

Untethered: Direct to CF card

Tethered: Direct to computer via FireWire 800

 

Lens Mount

Breech-lock Bayonet

Gold Plated Electronic Interface Pins

 

Lenses

RZ System of 19 interchangeable Leaf Shutter Lenses

 

Shutter

Electronically Timed Speeds

8 Seconds to 1/400 Second

B and T Setting

Mirror-up Operation

AEF Setting Accepts AE Finder

 

Shutter Release

Electromagnetic Release Accepts Standard Mechanical Cable Release,

Electronic Release Cable or Infrared Remote Control

 

Shutter Cocking

Single Action 114° Stroke

Optional Motor Winder

 

Focusing

Rack and Pinion Bellows Focusing

Dual Control Rapid/Microfine Focus Knobs

Focus Lock

46mm Built-in Bellows Extension

Optional Extension Tubes

Focusing Scale

Exposure Compensation Scale

 

Viewfinder

Folding Waist Level with Flip-up Magnifier (Standard)

Optional AE Matrix Prism Finder

Optional Non-metering Prism Finder

 

Field of View

99% with Automatic Indicator for Vertical and Horizontal Revolving Back Position

 

Viewfinder Status Indicators

Shutter Cocking

Battery Check

Digital Back Status

 

Audible Warning Signals

Incompatible Shutter Dial Setting

Low Battery Level

Lens Shutter Servicing Required

 

Focusing Screen

Matte Focusing Screen TypeA SA705, Optional Grid-type Screen available

 

Digital Back User Interface

6x7cm Touchscreen user interface for custom file and capture settings

 

Remote Image Viewing

Apple® iPhone®, iPod Touch®, and iPad® (RZ33 in tethered mode, WiFi network required)

 

Power

RZ body: One 6V Silver Oxide or 6V Alkaline PX28, 4SR44 or 4LR44. Do Not Use Lithium Batteries.

Digital Back: One 7.2v Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery (included).

 

Kit Includes

Mamiya RZIID camera body with 33mp focusing screen, Mamiya cable-free Digital Integration Plate;

Mamiya DM33 digital back & battery, battery charger, FW800 cable (for tethered shooting), software.

 

Dimensions/Weight

6.5" X 6.1" X 5.2"H / 4.6 lbs.

 

Curioso lo de poder manejarla con productos Apple. ¿Será vía conexión a un MAc o llevará un módulo WIFI incorporado?

 

Saludetes.

 

Juan.

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Los respaldos Mamiya serie DM son sólo para mercado americano, los fabrica Leaf para Mamiya America Corporation. En Estados Unidos Mamiya siempre ha tenido el dominio del mercado profesional, por encima de Hasselblad y otras marcas, alguna ya desaparecida (Rollei, Contax, Bronica, Pentax). Estos días he recibido una circular de Sinar, ofreciendo sus respaldos a buen precio. Supongo que algún modelo es compatible con la RZ. Más que manejar remotamente, lo que te ofrece es la posibilidad de previsualizar la imagen en un iphone o ipod touch, pero esto ya lo hacía la serie Leaf Valeo, entonces con una agenda HP.

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