Smallest medium format camera with exceptional lens quality.
If you are in the market for a medium format camera that handles like a small 35mm SLR this is what you are looking for. Where its counterparts are bulky, heavy and not very ergonomic the Mamiya 7ii is the opposite. The body is small and lightweight but packs a massive punch with progressive electronics and beautiful lenses. Because of its shape and weight this medium format camera is unusually quick for its format. Therefore it can be used as a street shooter but is also amazing for studio or portrait photography.
This camera is not meant for the beginner photographer but can be picked up and used by anyone because of its intuitive design. However we recommend this camera to the more advanced photographer who knows what they are going to use the camera for.
- The camera has been tested and is working.
- Shutter: works ok.
- Winding and rewinding are working fine.
- Basic cleaning is done.
- Light seals are good.
- The body is in excellent state
- Very nice camera in top condition
Accessories, papers and packaging:
- Batteries: Included
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