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Schneider Kreuznach lenses for medium format cameras
Ilse Jurriën : October 3th 2009 - 20:15 CET
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NewsSchneider Kreuznach lenses for medium format cameras : Schneider Kreuznach, Phase One A/S and Mamiya Digital Imaging, Ltd. announced that they are collaborating on design, development, manufacturing, and delivery of superior quality, precision digital lenses for the medium format camera systems used by the world’s most discriminating professional photographers. "Our vision of offering photographers freedom to choose from what is best in photographic equipment is at the heart of our cooperation with Schneider Kreuznach," said Henrik Håkonsson, President and CEO of Phase One. "We are committed to sharing expertise in digital imaging technology with the world’s most respected companies to push the limits of excellence for photographers.
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"We are pleased to contribute our optical expertise within a very creative group," said Dr. Josef Staub, Managing Director of Schneider Kreuznach." As we pioneer advancements in optical lens design, the photographic market can look forward to new, extraordinary lenses."

Digital lenses for medium format camera systems
"Successful teamwork has already resulted in the world’s most open medium format camera platform," said Toshio Midorikawa, President of Mamiya Digital Imaging. "Now we take another step, as we share our manufacturing expertise with Schneider Kreuznach’s optical design talents to benefit the world’s photographers."

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The first results of this collaboration are the 55mm, 80mm and 110mm leaf shutter lenses designed for the Phase One 645DF and Mamiya 645DF cameras. The lenses can be ordered now and will start shipping Q4, 2009.
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