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Leaf & Mamiya Prodigital II 22 MP D-SLR introduced
Jasper Huitink : September 11th 2005 - 11:00 CET
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MamiyaLeaf & Mamiya Prodigital II 22 MP D-SLR introduced : Leaf and Mamiya today announced the latest 22 Megapixel D-SLR, the Leaf & Mamiya ProDigital II D-SLR. Comprised of the New Mamiya 645AFDII camera and the Leaf Aptus back, the new ProDigital II offers medium format quality with the convenience of a small format system. “Professional photographers rely on the best tools to create an image” said Jan Lederman, President of Leaf America. “Performance and image quality are critical. The new Leaf and Mamiya ProDigital II D-SLR allows photographers to focus and shoot fast, tethered or untethered, and see the quality of the image from the camera.” If you want photo’s of the highest quality, go for the Pridigital II.
Leaf & Mamiya Prodigital II 22 MP D-SLR introducedLeaf Mamiya 22MP Dslr - Lightning fast
The Leaf & Mamiya ProDigital II 22MP Dslr improves the workflow by letting you work more intuitively. For example, the innovative 3.5” touch screen, which allows users to setup and adjust image settings, is where you create and name folders and files. Because of its big size and great sharpness you can take photo’s with much more precission then ever before. The lighting-fast 1.2 f.p.s. capture rate is a perfect match for the completely new and much faster auto-focusing system.

Leaf Mamiya ProDigital II - Improvement
· Faster focusing than the original ProDigital
· User-selectable Selective Spot Focus or Wide Focus area modes
· All critical exposure and shooting information including exposure and available image storage are now available in the viewfinder.
· 36 custom functions. Individual camera preferences such as 1/3, 1/2 or full aperture/shutter speed increments, flash synch speed, dial functions, exposure compensation increments, bracketing sequence, dial direction setting and much more are easily set and recalled in a snap.
· Separate user configurations can be set and recalled on-the-fly when several photographers are using the same camera.
· Images can be stored on Compact flash cards or Leaf Digital Magazines.

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