Leica announced the new D-Lux 2, a camera that bears a lot of similarities to the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX1. The new Leica camera features a 4x optical zoom lens (28-112mm: 35mm equivalent) with optical image stabilization, 8.0 -megapixel resolution image sensor, 14 scene modes, 16:9 High-definition aspect ratio, a large 2.5-inch LCD display with 207,0000 pixels, manual aperture and shutter speed settings, all housed in a stylish aluminum body.
Leica D-Lux 2 Features
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The new Mamiya 645AFDII is a new medium-format camera unveiled by Mamiya. The Mamiya 645AFDII medium format camera handles 120/220 roll film, but is also able to communicate with digital backs. The 645AF lens mount ensures high quality use of 645 format lenses. The new Mamiya 645AFDII is follow-up of the world’s first true cross-platform camera, the AF645D. Whether you’re shooting film or digital, it is the most technologically advanced medium format camera. With a format like this professional shooters have actually the best for both worlds.
Mamiya 645 AFDII – product highlights
– Electronically controlled mirror-up
– 1/3 or 1/2 f/stop adjustment of aperture and shutter speed
– Dedicated buttons for multiple exposure and auto-bracket
– 36 custom setting menus
– New “l + l” shaped AF sensor (was “l-l” shaped)
– 2-way (normal or spot) auto-focusing
– AF lock function
– 2 or 3 shot auto-bracketing.
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