Leaf Credo 50 camera back lands with 50mpix Sony CMOS sensor, near-IR / UV-sensitive option

 

 

In the runup to the biennial Photokina tradeshow, Mamiya Leaf has unveiled a new camera back based around the same 51.4-megapixel, Sony CMOS image sensor used in Ricoh's Pentax 645Z DSLR. Although the Leaf Credo 50 camera back trails the standalone Pentax camera in terms of performance and (on paper, at least) sensitivity, it nevertheless gives Leaf Credo owners an upgrade path to the same sensor as used by Pentax without the need to change systems, and allows use of your own medium-format camera of preference from a fairly…

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