Hands-on: PENTAX 645Z Review

“Is there still life in medium format cameras? Pentax thinks so with the introduction of the 645Z, the second medium format model in its digital line. Replacing the 40-megapixel 645D, the 51-megapixel 645Z makes some critical changes, including a price drop. Does it fulfil the large-sensor dream?

To the uninitiated the 645Z looks like a giant wedge of camera; a bit of a beast. It is large, but for good reason: the 43.8 x 32.8mm sensor inside is around 1.7 times larger than even a full-frame DSLR sensor and that needs ample light coverage and, therefore a greater distance between the rear of the lens and the sensor surface.”

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