The Mamiya 645 AFD II is a medium format autofocus camera released in 2005 to succeed the 645 AFD and 645 AF cameras. It was designed to use the Mamiya 645 AF mount and is compatible with the M645 mount system. The camera allows the mounting of 120/220 film backs or several optional digital backs. This review only details the film back. This is the first 645 body I have had a chance to use. I’ve been very curious about 645’s as I can squeeze 16 images out of a roll of 120 as opposed to the 10 I usually... Read more
Based off the New England seacoast, Ray Larose is a film and digital photographer whose work has appeared in local, national and international publications and galleries. He has worked as a freelance photographer, shooting commercial and not-for-profit work throughout New England including cover and promotional work for several national music artists. His vision is to shoot with a creative and unique style which is currently focusing on distinctive photography to document the stories of local artisans that need to be told.