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New Lens from Mamiya

Features faster communication to the camera body.

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Mamiya has introduced the Sekor Macro MF 120mm f/4 D lens as a successor to its Macro MF 120mm f/4 lens. Designed for most effective use with the Mamiya ZD digital back and other high-end digital backs, the lens remains compatible with film backs. The new lens features a 16-bit CPU, which allows faster communication with the camera body, more lens data to be transmitted, and firmware upgrades for compatibility with future cameras and digital backs.

The company has also released two lens mount adapters that allow the use of Hasselblad V-series medium-format lenses on the Mamiya 645 AF series cameras. Available in black and silver.


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