According to Fujirumors, Fujifilm is currently working on a digital medium format mirrorless camera.
Pentax 645Z and 645D are two of the most popular medium format cameras in the world, unlike most medium format cameras, 645Z and 645D are cheap, price under $10,000.
There are a lot of medium format lenses for Pentax 645Z and 645D, today we are showing you some of best lenses for Pentax 645Z and 645D.
Along with the leaked images of Pentax 645Z medium format camera, here is the full specs list of Pentax 645Z. It features a 52.99 MP sensor without AA filter, ISO range is 100 to 204,800, 27 AF point, live view, 3fps, 4K video shooting, and USB 3.0. It will be announced on April 14 with a price tag at $8,496.95.
The Pentax 645z medium format camera will be officially announced on April 14, 2014. In addition to full HD (1920×1080 @ 60i and 30p in H.264), this camera will also have 4k video recording capabilities (3840 x 2160).
The new Hasselblad H5D-50c 50MP CMOS sensor mediun format camera that was first announced in mid-January now available for pre-order online. The new H5D-50c is a step away from the CCD sensors that have been standard in their medium-format digital cameras. Hasselblad says the H5D-50c can shoot up to ISO 6400 with dynamic range of up to 14 stops.
As rumored before, Phase One has announced the ‘world’s first CMOS-based digital camera back’ – the 50MP IQ250. It uses a 44x33mm sensor, which is 68% larger in area than 35mm full frame, and equates to a 1.3x crop of the standard 645 format. Until now medium format backs have invariably used CCD sensors, and the adoption of CMOS promises much improved image quality when shooting at high ISOs in particular.