||A series of five high-quality filters, designed
to maintain the high performance of the Mamiya-Sekor CS lenses.
They come in 49, 52 and 58mm sizes, and in the following types:
SY48 (Y2), SO56 (O2), SL39 (UV), YG, SL-1B (skylight).
||Screw-in lens hoods are available for the 28mm
and 35/50mm lenses. Telephoto lenses have built-in retractable
|Many near- 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.
|Rubber Eye Cup:
||The Rubber Eye Cup, mounted on the rear viewfinder,
helps prevent unwanted light from the back and sides.
||Useful aid 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 diopter adjustment.
|A set of three tubes of different lengths,
which mount singly or in combination between the camera body
and lens. Useful for close-up photography. Diaphragm automation
of the lens is retained.
||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
||Five interchangeable focusing screens are available.
Rangefinder Spot 45º/Microprism is the standard
screen with the camera. Rangefinder Spot is an
all-matte screen with a Fresnel lens and central rangefinder
spot. Microprism is entirely matte with a Fresnel
lens and central microprism spot. Matte is all
matte with a Fresnel lens. Excellent for close-up photography.
Cross Hair is a clear transparent screen with
a Fresnel lens and a cross-hair at the central spot.
||This adapter permits the use of universal (42mm)
screw mount lenses on the Mamiya NC1000. Diaphragm automation,
where applicable, is fully retained.