Category Archives: Leaf

Medium format camera with video recording?

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I don’t know much about those two images of a Phase One 645DF camera with a Leaf Aptus-II 12 digital back mounted on a video rig with focus pulling and external mic, but I do know that back in 2010 there were some rumors that Phase One is working on a medium format digital back with live […]

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New “Mamiya Leaf” brand formed – companies to integrate products, consolidate worldwide support, service and R&D

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Companies Integrate Products, Consolidate Worldwide Support, Service and R&D 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 […]

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Photokina day 0 updates

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First, my favorite: Fuji X100 – some quotes from Falk Lumo who had the chance to talk to the Fuji folks: “I asked why not with a lens mount? Answer: We want see how this one sells first. I asked: but you know that if this version does not sell it may be because it has […]

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Leaf entry-level Aptus-II 5 digital back now official

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UPDATES: link to datasheet and camera compatability. The new product is now also on Leaf’s website: This was reported as a rumor few days ago, now it’s official: “The Aptus II 5 sports a 48x36mm sensor, and offers an ISO range of 25-400. It is available in four mounts, allowing the back to be used with Hasselblad […]

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Leaf to announce a new, entry level Aptus digital back

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In an interview with BJP, the CEO of Leaf Dov Kalinski said: “We’ll be announcing shortly the release of the Aptus 5, an entry-level product. We see a need for entry-level products with aggressive pricing to respond to the changes that are happening in the market.”

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