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Mamiya Leaf Aptus-II 5

The Leaf Aptus-II 5 camera offers professional photographers Read more

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Specifications

Feature
Value
Comment
Leaf Aptus-II
5
CCD Size mm
48 x 36
Active pixels
5,344 x 4,008
Resolution
22 MP
Capture Rate sec/fr
0.9
File Size MOS
42 MB
MOS Compressed
21 MB
TIFF 16-bit
128 MB
8 bit RGB
63 MB
ISO Sensitivity
25-400
Leaf SensorFlex
No
Dynamic Range
12 f-stops
Dynamic Range
12 f-stops
Exposure time
1/10,000 – 32 seconds
Color Depth
16 bits (65,536 levels per channel)
Color management Workflow
Range of 16 profiles including factory profiles, plus ability for users to create their own custom camera profiles
Leaf RAW file format
A standard, open RAW format compatible with many leading applications
File management
Preshoot file naming, image flagging, full browsing, creation of job folders, custom file annotations
Image viewing
Preview up to 20 images on one LCD screen, true 1:1 zoom
Image measuring tools
Histogram, exposure alarms, average exposure meter, spot meter (f-stop)
Size
6 x 7 cm (3.5")
Languages
English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese and Japanese
Image settings
Custom and preset gray balance, ISO, selectable image-setting tags, IPTC and EXIF metadata
Leaf/Sinar
AFi/HY6
Hasselblad
H and V series (not including 200 and 2000 versions)
Contax
645AF
Fuji
GX680II, GX680III
Bronica
SQA/ SQAi/ ETRSi
Compatible view cameras
Alpa, Arca, Cambo, Horseman, Linhof, Sinar, Toyo, Rollei X-Act2 and others via Leaf Graflok or third-party adapters
Operating Conditions
Back: 0°–40°C (32°–104°F), Humidity: 15%–80% RH (non-condensing)
Properties
Dimensions: W 95 x H 82 x D 59 mm, Weight: 600g (1.3lb)
Portable power
Leaf battery: 2350mAh power
Operation
Advanced, bright, high-contrast touchscreen interface for indoor or outdoor work
Phase One
645DF + , 645DF, 645AF
Mamiya
645DF + , 645DF, 645AFD, 645AFD II, 645AFDIII, RZ67, RZ67 Pro II, RZ Pro IId, RB67
Portable storage options
CF card
Release Date
First seen
6 February 2012