Mamiya 645E medium format film camera + Mamiya sekor-Macro C 80 mm F 1:4 N


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SR# TF1986

9/10 condition working perfect comewith 6 months warranty

* Come with Mamiya sekor-Macro C 80 mm F 1:4 N


The 645E was introduced in March 2000. It is a simplified model, with a fixed metering prism finder, with a Keplerian magnifier/dioptric correction eyepiece, and a fixed film chamber taking film inserts like the original M645. The shutter speed dial is moved to the left side of the body, and the hot shoe is on top of the prism. The finder eyepiece has built-in dioptric correction. The GN401 grip available for the 645E is a simple mechanical one, not a power winder. It has a thumb lever to advance the film, and the shutter release is a mechanical linkage that presses the release button on the camera body.


  • Type: Medium Format SLR (Single Lens Reflex) Camera
  • Exposure-Control Modes: AE and Manual
  • Lens Mount: 645 Bayonet
  • Autofocus System: None... BUT Precision Helicoid focusing type
  • Shutter: Electronically Timed Speeds: 8 sec. to 1/1000 sec. in AE Mode, 4 sec. to 1/1000 sec. in Manual Mode, Bulb Setting, Mirror-up Operation, AE and AEL Settings
  • Metering: Center-weighted Metering in AE or Manual Modes
  • Film-speed Range: N/A
  • Mirror Lock Up: Yes, with switch on right side of body
  • Viewfinder: Integrated AE Reflex Finder
    Info: Blinking LEDs indicate Over-exposure, Shutter speed, Low Battery Indicator; LED indicator for AE adjusted shutter speed; "LT" (Long Time) mode which blinks to indicate an exposure more than one second, "B" (Bulb)
  • Flash: (sync:) 1/60 sec. and Slower (lock function)
  • Film Advance: Single-throw 360 Crank or Double Stroke with optional Rapid Wind Grip GN401
  • Power: One 6V Silver Oxide, 6V Alkaline or 6V Lithium (PX-28, 4SR44 or 4LR44)
  • Self Timer: none
  • Dimensions: 5.3 x 5.2 x 6.4"
  • Weight: (WITHOUT battery:) 1,340 g



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