When considering a suitable lens, photographers should note that medium format sensors provide a crop factor of around 0.8. There is a certain esoteric quality to photographs created at this sensor size and images have to be seen to be believed. Not only os detail excruciating with up to 100 megapixels currently available, but images have a unique depth of field which is difficult to emulate on other systems. Resulting images can readily print up to billboard sizes, which is why high-end fashion, portrait and wedding photographers often choose this over DSLR or mirrorless camera alternatives.
Focal lengths are available from ultra wide to telephoto and generally sport slightly lower aperture speeds than equivalent models for smaller formats. The sheer size of optical elements is a contributing factor here, however the close mounting to the sensor and the unique image quality which is captured, far outweigh any aperture speed penalty.
Medium format options are available for many of the same purposes as counterpart DSLR or mirrorless models. They are available as telephoto, macro, wide-angle and a wealth of standard focal widths which are ideal for any number of subjects. We also provide a number of teleconverters and lens adaptors to extend focal lengths or in order to mount other system lenses.
Models are available as fixed focal length prime or zooms, offering the highest level of image quality available in today’s camera market.
Designed and manufactured for ultra-high-megapixel digital and medium format cameras, these will invariably offer edge-to-edge sharpness with minimal chromatic aberration or distortion, as well as true-to-life colour reproduction.
The range Park Cameras carry is available to buy online, or visit one of our stores in Burgess Hill or Central London where photographers can get experience the remarkable quality first hand.