Can’t get enough detail in your digital photographs? We understand. I’d love to see all my wife’s pores and wrinkles captured in high-density images too (umm…maybe not). Hit up the new Mamiya RZ33, a large-sensor digital camera that will steal your soul and record in 33 whopping megapixels.
They’re calling it “the next generation of digital large-sensor cameras.” Bearing beastly specs, it’s tough to argue. Even better, the camera works cable-free. Just pop a lens and a card, then enjoy taking photos that’s “just as smooth and trouble-free as shooting with film.”
The RZ33 is armed with a big-ass 48 x 36 mm, 33-megapixel CCD sensor, housed in an RZIID camera body. Promising to produce mind-blowing images, it features 16-bit color, a large ISO range (50-800), a 12-stop dynamic range, 1.1 sec/frame and shutter syncs at all speeds. It comes with a 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen, “advanced microprocessor technology” for quick image processing, CompactFlash support and full compatibility with Mamiya’s lenses, finders and accessories.
In all seriousness, I don’t really believe cameras can steal your soul. Although at 33 megapixels, I have no doubt the Mamiya RZ33 digital camera kit comes close. It comes bundling both the Capture One and Leaf Capture software in the box, with US pricing pegged at $17,990. Shipments start this month.