Mamiya Says Their DM 22, DM28, DM33 Medium Format Cameras are Now Affordable

Mamiya Says Their DM 22, DM28, DM33 Medium Format Cameras are Now Affordable

Mamiya Digital Imaging announces that its medium format camera systems — the Mamiya DM 22, DM28 and DM33 — are now available worldwide at affordable prices. How affordable? $10,000 for the DM22, for starters.

Mamiya said all systems feature the Mamiya 645DF camera body, digital back technology from Leaf Imaging, and Phase One Capture One software. They also boast lenses designed in Germany by Schneider Kreuznach, which offer flash synchronization of up to 1/1,600 per second.

“We want to introduce the medium format ‘WOW’ sensation to more photographers, which is why we are offering equipment that’s affordable for up-and-coming pro shooters and passionate amateurs,” said Ziv Argov, marketing director for Mamiya. “Instead of purchasing a second DSLR, their new gear can introduce them to a new visual language that helps them realize an even more creative portfolio.”

[Site: Mamiya USA]

Chris Malinao

About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

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