Mamiya Leaf’s latest imaging product Credo 50 can now be pre-ordered at a price just under 30000 dollars (Rs 1800000 in India). This device can record noise-free videos and images as it’s fitted with a Sony 50.0 megapixel CMOS sensor of 44 x 33 millimeters dimensions, 5.3 microns pixel size.
It supports ISO 100-6400 ranges, this camera can capture media content in extreme weather conditions. Leaf Credo 50 can easily record 8280 x 6208 resolution pictures and videos. This shooter has a 3.2 inch LCD. The screen allows users to view content at various angles.
It lets you preview up to 6 different images at a time. If you want to investigate the quality of captured content, you can zoom it up to 400 times.
Mamiya Leaf Credo 50 can generate 300 and 600 dpi images. It can compress Raw format files of 50.0 megabytes size. It features some useful utilities like histogram, image rate, and white balance function.
This DSLR has on-board flash storage. It supports USB 3.0/2.0 and FireWire 800 network connectivity. This shooter packs with a Li-ON 3400 mAh battery. It can work in temperatures within 0 to 40 degree Celsius.
It will face a stiff competition from Ricoh Pentax 645Z. This shooter from Ricoh features the same sensor and display as the credo 40 but it is available at a cheaper rate of 8000 dollars. It supports 100-204800 ISO ranges.
645Z Pentax can record at H.264 and 1080p resolutions. It features auto-focus and several other tools like HDR, image stabilization. With a weight around 52 Oz, this device supports TIFF, RAW, AVI, MPG4 and JPEG picture formats.