is the 120mm macro auto focus (i understand both are manual focus.. so i guess i am really asking if it uses electronics to control the f stop or if you have the use the A/M switch for focus and then shoot). thanks
Aloha,The camera will except a digital back? thanks, Lee
This is a manual focus lens. There is an f stop ring on the lens. It is a super sharp lens. The lens does not communicate electronically with the camera.
[attachment=12664:mamiya_macro.jpg] Hi Bob,Would you be interested in trading your 120 macro for my 645AF 120 macro? The glass is clean and sharp. I'm using mine on my Canon and would love to have the aperture control (I sold my AFDII and have gone to a 4x5)....Thank you,Michie
I am migrating to a different platform and am interested in selling this kit. It includes: Mamiya 645 AFD (without film back), 80 AF, 150 AF, 55 AF, 45 AF, 120 MM Macro, 80 MM Macro, 35 MM mf, and extension tubes 2 & 3. The equipment is in mint condition, with the exception of a few superficial marks on lenshades and a couple lens barrels. All lenses are excellent copies. The 35mm is the weakest performer in the lot. It was recently calibrated at Mamiya and performs to spec. However, it doesn't hold focus along the edges too well with a 48X36 CCD. It works fabulously with a 36X36 chip. I am looking for $3,000 for the package. UPDATE (March 14) I just sold the 45mm AF and have thus reduced the price of the package to $2580.
are the # 2 and 3 AF tubes for sale?