Leaf Credo 50 is the new medium format shooting camera with CMOS sensor. The versatile wide ISO range, faster continuous shooting and improved Live View is available in this new shooting camera like other competitor cameras including Pentax 645Z, Hasselblad H5D-50c and Phase One IQ250.

This new camera is manufactured by Sony with 50 mega pixels CMOS sensor to provide faster writing and reading capability along with capture good classic Leaf colors’ photo like other digital cameras. the ISO range of the new camera is from 100 to 6,400 in different lighting conditions. At the same time, you will have 14-bit RAW files with 1/10,000th of a second to an hour exposure range with 1.2 frames per second features.

Mamiya Leaf’s new Leaf Credo 50 with 50-megapixel CMOS Sensor 1

In addition, Credo 50 can be used in difference camera bodies along you Mamiya/Phase One 645 DF+. This comes with 1.15-megapixel resolution in its 3.2-inch touchscreen display. Therefore, you will have editing shots, inspections, adjusting settings and easy Live View focus and framing for the shot screen.

Moreover, users will find CompactFlash cards that may stock up them and each of the RAW files may need 50 MB. In addition, for the connectivity section you will have USB 3.0 connectivity and FireWire 800. However, Leaf Credo 50 with 50-megapixel CMOS Sensor camera has no built-in Wi-Fi like Phase One IQ250. US$27,000 or $31,000 will be fixed of The Mamiya Leaf Credo 50 that will be available later in this month.