Πέμπτη, 25 Ιουνίου 2009

MAMIYA SEKOR 528TL

Mamiya 528TL was released in 1967. It features a built-in behind-the-lens meter (a spot meter with approximately a 10-degree center spot; needle visible in the viewfinder), with a fully automatic aperture and hot shoe. The shutter-priority AE lens is a fixed 48mm f/2.8 with Copal shutter, with a filter size of 52mm. Speeds from 1/15-1/500 including a B-setting. It can be found with either Mamiya or Mamiya/Sekor markings. It was also marketed in the USA as the Sears Auto 35TL. Auxiliary lens sets, designed to screw onto the lens ring, much like a filter, were sold as options to provide wide angle and telephoto effects (accessory lenses were also made by Vivitar). They changed the normal 48mm focal length to 35mm (covering an angle of view of 63-1/2°) and 62mm (38-1/2°), respectively. The 528TL, although not among the most critically acclaimed pieces of photographic equipment Mamiya produced, was reasonably popular, took fairly adequate pictures and is still available today at fairly modest prices. It uses one MS76 1.5v battery

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