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Are Mamiya lenses good?

Are Mamiya lenses good?

Mamiya lenses are very good and up to 11×14 you will not not a difference. BUT once you get into really large enlargements, you will see it. The sharpest TLR lenses belong to Rollei (Zeiss and Schneider), but they are fixed and un or single coated, so any glare can affect color.

Are all Mamiya lenses compatible?

All seven of the manual-focus Mamiya 645 cameras can use the same lenses and film inserts (film spools). The two generations use different viewfinders, grips, and other accessories that are not always cross-compatible.

Which is Mamiya lens has a central leaf shutter?

Lenses marked as LS have a central leaf shutter and are manufactured by Mamiya and designed by Schneider-Kreuznach. These lenses enable fast flash synchronization, opening up additional possibilities to the creative photographer. The professional choice for wide-angle, providing outstanding quality in both flash and daylight photoshoots.

Can a 2x teleconverter be used on a Mamiya Leaf lens?

The 2x teleconverter is designed for and compatible with the Schneider-Kreuznach 240mm leaf shutter and 150mm leaf shutter lenses as well as the Mamiya 150mm AF lens. The teleconverter effectively extends the focal length of these lenses to 480mm and 300 mm respectively. All combinations of the 2x teleconverter and lenses require manual focusing.

What kind of lenses are in Mamiya 645?

Mamiya 645 series lenses are available in two types: designs for focal plane shutter systems, and a selection of N/L series leaf shutter lenses providing full flash synch capability to 1/500 sec. Special application lenses for PC shift, flat field macro, versatile zooms, and a set of high speed APO lenses are part of the system.

Are there any cameras that support leaf shutter?

The Mamiya 645DF+ is one of only a few cameras on the market that supports both focal plane and leaf shutter lenses. With a choice of 80 different lenses from leading brands, the Mamiya 645DF+ camera body also sets a new standard for professional performance.