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Mamiya Leaf Credo 40MP Digital Back Kit with 645DF+ Medium Format DSLR and 80mm f/2.8 LS D Lens

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Mamiya Leaf Credo 40MP Digital Back Kit with 645DF+ Medium Format DSLR and 80mm f/2.8 LS D Lens
Key Features
  • 40MP Leaf Credo Digital Back
  • 43.9 x 32.9mm DALSA CCD Sensor
  • 3.2", 1.15MP Touch Screen LCD
  • 1.2 Frames /Sec. Fastest in Credo Line
The Leaf Credo 40MP Digital Back Kit with 645DF+ Medium Format DSLR and 80mm f/2.8 LS D Lens from Mamiya Leaf combines the 40MP Leaf Credo digital back with the 645DF+ camera and 80mm f/2.8 lens to create a fast, high resolution medium format photography system.
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Mamiya 645DF+ Overview

The Leaf Credo 40MP Digital Back Kit with 645DF+ Medium Format DSLR and 80mm f/2.8 LS D Lens from Mamiya Leaf combines the 40MP Leaf Credo digital back with the 645DF+ camera and 80mm f/2.8 lens to create a fast, high resolution medium format photography system.

The Credo 40MP Digital Back houses a 43.9 x 32.9mm DALSA CCD sensor for exceptionally detailed, color-accurate, low-noise images and is the fastest of the Credo digital backs with a full resolution capture rate of 1.2fps. Its 3.2” touchscreen LCD provides accurate verification of colors, shadow details and focus and the bright 1.15MP screen with 170º viewing angle allows for improved viewing in challenging light. Its intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) means more efficient browsing and smart navigation and the touch screen controls extend beyond the LCD to keep the viewing area clean of fingerprints and smudges. 

A dual core microprocessor and the latest CF technology provides fast capture and viewing rates and USB 3.0 and FireWire 800 technology offers rapid transfer speeds. Lossless 16-bit file compression accelerates file handling without loss of image quality. An internal battery charger keeps you ready to work un-tethered and the brilliant LCD with Live View allows for clear focus and composition on the go. The Credo back provides Capture One workflow software to seamlessly edit, enhance and present images and, with Capture Pilot, you can immediately preview images with an Apple iPhone or iPad and remotely control your camera. Weather-sealed construction offers peace of mind when shooting in less than optimal conditions.

The 645DF+ is an open platform, digital-only medium format camera that handles like a 35mm SLR, but with an image area almost 3 times as large (56 x 41.5 mm). It provides aperture-priority AE, shutter-priority AE, programmed AE (PH, PL setting possible), and manual TTL metering, center-weighted average (AV), spot (S), and variable ratio (A-S auto) exposure modes, auto-bracketing,  and it uses the TTL phase difference detection method  for autofocus. When used with one of three Mamiya D lenses, including the Sekor AF 80mm f/2.8 LS D, it allows you to choose between the integral focal plane shutter and the leaf shutter and can achieve flash sync speeds up to 1/1600s.

The Sekor 80mm f/2.8 LS D Lens is a leaf shutter, normal digital lens with a 35mm equivalent focal length of 50mm. It is manufactured by Mamiya specifically for the 645DF+ camera and with top flash sync speeds of up to 1/1600 second and a maximum aperture of f/2.8 it is effective for bright professional strobe shooting and when shooting in available light.

Mamiya 645DF+ Medium Format DSLR Camera (Body Only)

Mamiya Leaf Credo 40MP Digital Back with Mamiya 645 Mount

Mamiya Sekor 80mm f/2.8 LS D Lens for 645DF (only) Series Cameras

Mamiya 645DF+ Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight15.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19.3 x 14.8 x 7.3"
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Hello, I am in the process of buying a Mamiya medium format camera, and I would like to know de differences between the aptus and credo sensors, and which one is better since the price diference insn't big, so I would like to choose the better option.Thanks in advance, Marcel Cifuentes
Asked by: Anonymous
The Credo comes in two sensor sizes. The Credo 80 and Credo 60 are 53.7x40.4mm and the Credo 40 is 43.9x32.9mm. The Aptus II 10 used a 56x36mm sensor, and no such Credo is planned at this time. However a Credo 80 is only about 1mm less on the left and right sides, and can easily be cropped down to a 4:3 image while retaining around 54mp worth of resolution. Digital Transitions can help you with the creation of a custom viewfinder mask and a custom style in Capture One to crop all images to 3:2 (or other aspect ratios like 1:1, square). Aptus II models are very similar to corresponding previous Aptus models, with the notable differences:Live view available with Phase One 645AF and 645DF bodies (+ Mamiya AFD III & DF), no dongle required. Live view is available on Capture One with large format bodies for legacy Aptus 22 and up, Live View dongle is no longer required.Camera controls (aperture, shutter speed and shutter release) on Phase One 645AF and 645DF bodies (+ Mamiya AFD III & DF)Faster shooting speed, shot-to-shot and faster transmission to tethered computerFirewire 800 connection replaces Firewire 400
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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