Mamiya Leaf announced, yesterday, its newly designed medium format digital camera back platform – the Leaf Credo. Available in three different models, the Leaf Credo 80, Credo 60, and Credo 40 digital camera backs feature high-quality resolutions of 80, 60 and 40 megapixels respectively.
Leaf Credo 80
Weighing in at 80MP, the Leaf Credo 80 uses the highest resolution CCD sensor on the market to deliver unbelievable detail and image quality. With a dynamic range of 12.5 f-stops, the Leaf Credo 80 faithfully reproduces images with extreme tonal differences and details in just one shot.
Leaf Credo 60
The Leaf Credo 60 uses a 3.2” high resolution (1.15MP), bright touch LCD with a viewing angle of 170° to elegantly display extremely detailed shots captured with its 60MP sensor. Impressively sized 6.0 micron pixels are used in the 8984 x 6732 sensor.
Leaf Credo 40
The Leaf Credo 40 is the fastest in the Credo family, delivering stunning 40MP shots at a dizzying rate of 1.2 frames per second. Its 43.9 x 32.9 mm CCD sensor offers 40MP resolution with 6.0 micron sized pixels.
- A large, high resolution (1.15 megapixel), touch screen with excellent rendition of 16 million colors for quick and easy verification of focus and tonal accuracy;
- Fast, new dual-core microprocessor enables powerful performance for the fastest available image viewing, focusing and editing;
- A new, intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) offers easy navigation and extends the touch screen beyond the LCD area — letting you navigate and click outside the image area;
- New FireWire 800 and USB 3 implementation delivers fastest image transfer speeds.
Available: June 2012; MSRP: $19,495 (Leaf Credo 40) , $32,495 (Leaf Credo 60) and $38,995 ( Leaf Credo 80)