Mamiya ZD – Review @ Luminous-Landscape

Eduard de Kam has reviewed the Mamiya ZD, a medium format digital SLR with a huge 22 megapixel (48mmx36mm CCD sensor) which enables the camera to capture 35MB RAW file, a 1.8″ TFT LCD Screen, and dual memory card slots, and writes;


“The other comparison is of course with the Canon 1Ds Mark II. There are 25% more pixels in the Mamiya, whitch makes a difference. The other difference is in the shadows. There is more information in the bigger pixels of the Dalsa CCD then there is in the Canon CMOS sensor that is rated for higher ISO values. This is a difference that works to the advantage of all large format sensors and is of course of great value to the photographers that use such equipment.”

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