Does Mamiya 645 Super have a light meter?
The Mamiya 645 Pro was manufactured from 1993 to 1998. This was an entry-level version of the M645 Pro without switchable backs or viewfinders. It did have a light meter built in to the viewfinder, however. The standard lens was the 80mm f/2.8 N or the 80mm f/1.9 N.
Does Mamiya 645 Super need battery?
A range of film holders can be used depending on the application. A 35mm Roll Film Holder, “Polaroid” Land Pack Film Holder as well as 120 and 220 Roll Film Holders are available. This system can be quickly attached to the camera, ready for the first photograph.
What lens does the Mamiya 645 Super camera come with?
The Mamiya 645 Super camera comes with a Mamiya Sekor 80mm f2.8 lens as standard M645 kit lens. It is small and lightweight but the reason I bought a M645 camera was to make use of the fast Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/1.9 lens.
What kind of film does the M645 Super take?
The M645 Super, 645 Pro, 645 Pro TL and 645E are medium-format SLR cameras made in Japan by Mamiya from the mid-1980’s. They make fifteen 6×4.5 cm images on a 120 roll film. Unlike Mamiya’s 6×7 SLR cameras, they do not have bellows, but rely on helical focusing in the lenses.
Should I buy the Mamiya 645 Super or the RZ67?
If you are happy with the 645 film format then the Mamiya 645 Super gives 15 frames (photos) per roll of film. In comparison a 6×6 Hasselblad gives 12 frames per roll and the RZ67 gives only 10 rolls of film. This makes the M645 a more economical choice when it comes to shooting film/ buying film.
What is the advantage of the Mamiya 645 WLF?
The advantage of the Mamiya 645 WLF is it makes the camera smaller and lighter than with a prism view finder attached. There are a few different Mamiya 645 prism finders available depending on the camera model. For the Mamiya 645 Super camera I use there are two finders commonly used.