Posts Tagged ‘ Mamiya ’

Phase One Acquires Mamiya

December 2, 2015
Phase One Acquires Mamiya

COPENHAGEN, December 2, 2015 – Phase One, A/S, the leading provider of open-platform, high-end camera systems and solutions, today announced that it has acquired the assets of Mamiya Digital Imaging Company, Ltd (MDI) and has appointed Makoto Honda as the new president of Phase One Japan. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Mamiya...
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Mamiya Introduces the Leaf Credo 50 CMOS digital back

September 8, 2014
Mamiya Introduces the Leaf Credo 50 CMOS digital back

We are thrilled to announce our new 50 megapixel CMOS-based medium format digital camera back, the Leaf Credo 50. The new Credo 50 will give photographers a wider ISO range of 100 to 6400 for greater versatility and higher performance in capturing legendary Leaf colors under a variety of shooting conditions, including available light....
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New “Mamiya Leaf” Brand Delivers Strong Worldwide Synergy

January 16, 2012
New “Mamiya Leaf” Brand Delivers Strong Worldwide Synergy

TOKYO and TEL AVIV, January 16, 2012– Mamiya Digital Imaging, a trusted manufacturer and developer of medium-format cameras and optics, and Leaf Imaging Ltd., a leading manufacturer and developer of digital backs for the medium and large-format photography markets, today announced that they have created a new, worldwide Mamiya Leaf brand that integrates both...
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Mamyia, Phase One and Profoto Introduce V-Grip Air

August 23, 2010
Mamyia, Phase One and Profoto Introduce V-Grip Air

  ELMSFORD, NY, COPENHAGEN, TOKYO, and STOCKHOLM, August 23, 2010 – Mamiya and Phase One, leaders in open platform medium format digital camera systems and solutions, and Profoto, the light shaping company, today announced the Mamiya/Phase One V-Grip Air. This is the first product resulting from these companies’ collaboration. The Mamiya/Phase One V-Grip Air...
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Mamiya DM28 Review over at Mil-Leica

August 6, 2010

Troy Freund got his hands on a Mamiya DM28 to play with (lucky bastard). He has posted a review on his blog, Mil-Leica. The review pulls no punches. As expected, moving to medium format digital from a DSLR requires changes in the way you do things, but when you get it, the results are...
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