Mamiya

Mamiya unveils new V-Grip Air for 645DF cameras

Mamiya unveils new V-Grip Air for 645DF cameras

We have covered the majorly high-end Mamiya digital DSLR medium format cameras before here on SlashGear with one of the more recent offerings being the DM40 back in March. Mamiya and Phase One have announced a new accessory for the Mamiya 645DF cameras that offers fast flash synchronization for the line of cameras.

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Mamiya DM40 DSLR: 40MP, 60 frames-per-minute and dual-mode shutter system

Mamiya DM40 DSLR: 40MP, 60 frames-per-minute and dual-mode shutter system

Mamiya have announced their latest digital camera, and if you're a slave to megapixels then you won't be disappointed.  The Mamiya DM40, as the name suggests, has a 40-megapixel sensor with a new "DF" camera-core that can use leaf or focal-plane shutter systems.  It's also capable of 0.8-second-per-frame peak capture rate, and sustained 60 frames-per-minute sustained capture rate.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 43 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 43 2009

Weeks are flying by and it's time for another week in review. Monday we learned that a new hack was available from the iPhone Dev Team that adds MMS to first generation iPhones and tethering to 3.1.2 OS for the later iPhone models. We also found out that Microsoft is set to issue a new update for the Xbox 360 that will break unauthorized storage devices. That means that some gamers will be unable to access the saved game data after applying the new update.

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Mamiya whips out new 56MP and 33MP DSLRs

Mamiya whips out new 56MP and 33MP DSLRs

A few years back I bought my first DSLR, a Nikon D80. I remember thinking that the thing had tons of resolution with its 10MP sensor. Today that much resolution is nothing to write home about and is lower than many cameras offer. A company called Mamiya has unveiled a pair of new DSLRs called the DM56 and DM33 that give me megapixel envy.

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