Mamiya Camera Company of Tokyo, Japan.
Mamiya ZE-X , the second last in Mamiya 35mm SLR series was introduced in September 1981. You can use either aperture- or shutter-preferred automatic modes. But if you choose a "mission impossible", a crossover network would automatically override your selections. The ZE-X has a sophisticated flash system with Mamiyalite MZ flash units, which is fully usable only with Mamiya Sekor EF lenses.
(Some EF lenses are sold under the name Revue, the Camera line of the Quelle international mail-order company)
Mamiya Sekor E 2,8/28mm
||Quartz-contolled, vertical metal focal plane shutter. Speeds 16 - 1/1000sec in AE-mode and 8 - 1/1000sec and B in manual mode
|Exposure meter :
|| Exposure meter is activated by touching the shutter release button
|Exposure control :
||The ZE-X is a "multi automatic", that means it comes with: |
-Aperture priority AE
-Time priority AE
-Special feature is an automatic flash volume control by distance. (only EF Lenses)
||Horizontal split image and microprism collar. In the AE-modes aperture and time priority of the shutter speed and the f-stop is indicated with an LED-display
||Two LR44 or SR44 , 1.5 Volt. The battery is exhausted when the display in the viewer is blinking.
|Size and weight :
||140 x 89 x 50.5mm , 470g(body only, without batteries) .
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