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Ilse Jurriën : May 13th 2006 - 00:15 CET
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MamiyaMamiya new digital imaging company : Mamiya-OP, in Japan, who has three business divisions including Camera, Golf, and Electronic. Equipment, has recently announced that its Camera Division will be transferred to a new company to be called Mamiya Digital Imaging. The MAC Group (Mamiya America Corporation) is very enthusiastic about Mamiya’s future. As previously announced, there will be no change in Mamiya business activities in the US, including marketing, sales and service. Mamiya Digital Imaging will concentrate its efforts on expanding development of the Mamiya ZD Digital Camera, Mamiya Digital Back and all current Mamiya cameras and lenses.
Mamiya digital imaging companyMAC - Mamiya digital imaging team
MAC Group is proud to join the Mamiya Digital Imaging team to build on the foundation that has provided American dealers and photographers with the tools needed to create professional images of the highest quality. Mamiya Digital Imaging will have the advantage of being able to focus solely on the development of new digital imaging technology and products for professional photographers. The new company’s parent, Cosmos Scientific Systems, Inc., is a leading company in IT technology with extensive experience in software development.

About Mamiya
For over 50 years, Mamiya has been a name synonymous with excellence and innovation in professional photographic cameras and lenses. Mamiya's dedication to the professional and advanced amateur markets ranges from the original folding, compact Mamiya 6 rangefinder camera of the 1940's to the recent introduction of the Mamiya 7 - the world’s only 6x7 rangefinder camera with interchangeable lenses. Mamiya continues to be a pioneer by continually improving and refining the finest professional photographic products with state-of-art advancements such as superior apochromatic lens technology and practical, ergonomic camera design and function.

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