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Fuji announces medium-format analog camera

Submitted by on February 20, 2011 – 8:25 am2 Comments

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Fuji has announced the wide-angle Fuji GF670W Professional medium-format camera with a fixed non-extensible 55mm ƒ/4.5 . The new camera will be available in Japan on March 23 rd.

More pictures and specs after the jump.

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Thanks to Google Translate (ouch!):

  1. focal length to achieve sharp, clear description of a newly designed 55mm F4.5 EBC Fujinon lens mounting.
  2. 6 × 6cm size, 6 × 7cm screen size change function of a single camera can enjoy two different size screen size (* 2) is installed.
  3. readily portable compact lightweight, simple
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    structure with an emphasis on ease of use.

  4. easy to focus accurately match the expression double image rangefinder bright easy to see.
  5. Aperture-Priority AE Manual exposure are aiming to be able to reflect this.

* You can not switch in the middle of shooting two.

Recommended price: 275,000 YEN (39jt IDR, USD 3,300, 2.400 EUR)

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