||A series of five high-quality filters,
designed to maintain the high performance of the Mamiya-Sekor E-series
lenses. They come in 49, 52 and 58mm sizes, and in the following types:
SY48 (Y2), SO56 (O2), SL39 (UV), YG, SL-1B (skylight).
| Lens Hoods:
are available as screw-in accessories, or built-in as retractable
hoods. Always use the lens hood designed for the specific focal length
of the lens being used.
and far-sighted persons have difficulty looking through a viewfinder
wearing glasses, but cannot focus accurately with them. Diopter Correction
lenses, available in six different strengths, adjust for this deficiency.
Cup with Adapter:
is required for attaching the diopter correction lenses to the camera.
The rubber eye cup helps prevent unwanted light from entering the
for critical focusing required in close-up photography. Mounts to
rear viewfinder. Image size is doubled, and the Magnifier provides
for diopter adjustment.
||Useful for low angles, the Angle Finder
has click stops every 90º and freely rotates 360º. Has built-in
| Auto Extension
|A set of three rings of
different lengths, which mount singly or in combination between the
camera body and lens, directly coupling with the camera metering system
and the lens automatic diaphragm.
||A versatile bellows unit
for photomacrography. Rack and pinion control allows precise adjustment.
Additional features include a double cable release for diaphragm automation
and provision for mounting the lens reversed, for large magnifications.
||Used with the bellows unit,
the slide copying attachment is mounted in front of the lens to allow
copying of slides and filmstrips. It has a slide stage that makes
it easy to crop mounted slides, and a removeable film tray to facilitate
copying long rolls of 35mm film.
||Actually a small stage
for photographing small objects. The platform rotates to allow for
best positioning, and has clips to hold objects in place. The surface
has a reflectance of approximately 18%, ideal for exposure measurements.
A clear glass stage is provided for backlighting and incident light
| Close Up Lenses:
||Convenient attachment lenses
which screw directly to the filter threads of the master lens, enabling
swift and easy conversion to close-up photography (not a substitute
for macro lenses).
||Mounting the Mamiya Winder
on the camera eliminates the need to advance the film manually. Continuous
sequence photography is possible at the rate of approximately 2 frames
|Three different units are
available. The Mamiyalite ZE is a clip-on auto flash
unit with a guide number of 17. It features two auto flash ranges
plus manual flash override, and will automatically control flash intensity
within the flash operating range. The Mamiyalite MZ 18R
is a clip-on automatic electronic flash with guide number of 18. When
used with a Z-series camera, the flash unit automatically synchronizes
for flash at 1/60. When used with EF lenses, the camera will automatically
select the aperture to obtain proper exposure in relation to focused
subject distance and film speed. The Mamiyalite MZ 36R
is a grip-type flash unit with a guide number of 36. It also automatically
selects camera aperture in relation to film speed and distance. In
addition, five different flash intensities may be selected, and the
MZ 36R also has an electronic remote control and slave unit.