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« Reply #60 on: June 02, 2009, 09:15:46 PM »
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Are they the same price, or is there a premium charge for the warranty?

What is the regular warranty on the Mamiya lenses?

thx.

B


Pricing is as below. I believe the Mamiya versions come with either 1 or 2 year warranties.


(B&H) Mamiya 28mm/4.5 D: $5,690
(B&H) Mamiya 45mm/2.8 D: Not listed
(B&H) Mamiya 75mm-150mm/4.5 D: $3,846
(B&H) Mamiya 80mm/2.8 D: $1,143
(B&H) Mamiya 120mm/4 D: $2,044
(B&H) Mamiya 150mm/2.8 D: $3,339

(P1 List) Phase One 28mm/4.5 D: $4,490
(P1 List) Phase One 45mm/2.8 D: $1,990
(P1 List) Phase One 75mm-150mm/4.5 D: $3,890
(P1 List) Phase One 80mm/2.8 D: $1,290
(P1 List) Phase One 120mm/4 D: $2,290
(P1 List) Phase One 150mm/2.8 D: $3,090

Phase One lenses are obviously available at Phase One authorized dealers. They do come with the 3 year warranty standard and they will work with AFDIII, AFDII (I believe also original AFD, but I would have to confirm this).


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« Reply #61 on: June 02, 2009, 10:56:11 PM »
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Yes at least the 150D does with the AFD. Have not tried the others.

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« Reply #62 on: June 03, 2009, 09:36:05 AM »
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While on the subject of glass with several knowledgeable chiming in on this thread.  

I have read that the 120mm D is using essentially the same glass as the non-D with the D version having updating electronics.

Is this true?

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« Reply #63 on: June 03, 2009, 09:44:16 AM »
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I think that is the case Ed but one lens I do not have in my bag, so I am not totally sure. I know it has extra electrical contacts
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« Reply #64 on: June 03, 2009, 12:23:45 PM »
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While on the subject of glass with several knowledgeable chiming in on this thread.  

I have read that the 120mm D is using essentially the same glass as the non-D with the D version having updating electronics.

Is this true?

Thanks,
Ed

My understanding is that the new 120D has a redesigned rear element.
I have never used the earlier version, and therefore can not make comparisons, but the D version is very good for both copy-work & close ups.
Not so sure about longer views? others may have more ideas about that.

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« Reply #65 on: June 04, 2009, 02:28:51 AM »
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Hello,

I know that the Mamiya AF 35mm lens gets a bad rap, but I have to say that my Mamiya AF 35mm lens does a very good job.

Stats:

Mamiya 645 AFDII
Mamiya AF 35mm Lens
Leaf Aptus 75
F11.0, 60th Sec, 50ISO.
Processed CS4
Unsharp Mask Amount 100%, Radius 0.8

Cheers

Simon
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