Mamiya Introduces New 33 and 56 MP DSLRs

It’s the new medium format DSLRs unveiled by Mamiya. The DM56 and the DM33 are professional-level cameras likely well out of the average Joe’s price range

Mamiya Introduces New 33 and 56 MP DSLRs

It’s the new medium format DSLRs unveiled by Mamiya. The DM56 and the DM33 are professional-level cameras likely well out of the average Joe’s price range. As should be clear by the model names, the DM56 includes a 56 MP sensor and the DM 33’s sensor is 33MP. In addition to their impressive sensors, both cameras feature high flash sync speeds up to 1/6000 of a second and three leaf-shutter digital lenses. Schneider Kreuznach helped to design the lenses, which include a 55mm f/2.8 D L/S, 80mm f/2.8 D L/S, and 110mm f/2.8 S L/S. Mamiya did the final manufacturing of them.  Pricing and availability information hasn’t been provided yet, but these are likely to cost a pretty penny. Of course, if you rely on photography as a profession or serious hobby, the investment should be well worth it. [via SlashGear]

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