Mamiya Remote Capture

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Note:

  • Leaf Capture v. 11.5.3 is a minor service release.
  • Compatible with 64 bit Intel-based Macs.
  • For Lion 10.7 users:
    On some new Macs the pre-installed 10.7 OS is missing some Java modules that are essential for smooth installation and running of Leaf Capture 11.5.3. If these modules are missing the OS will issue an error message when you try to run the Leaf Capture Installer and you will not be able to complete the installation
  • We recommend that you run a full software update after setting up your new Mac or alternatively follow the below link to download and install the necessary modules:
    http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1421
    Please see the Technical Bulletin for instructions on how to determine if your Mac has a 64 bit processor.

Key features
New user interface and firmware update for Mamiya DM backs.

Compatibility
Leaf Aptus-II 12R, 12, 10R, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5
Leaf Aptus 75, 65, 22, 17
Leaf Aptus 75S, 65S, 54S
Leaf AFi-II 12, 10, 7, 6
Leaf AFi 7, 6, 5
Mamiya DM80, DM56, DM40, DM33, DM28, DM22

Minimum System Requirements
Intel based Mac
Processor: Intel Dual Core Xeon
Processor speed: 1.83 GHz
Memory: 2 GB
Operating system: Mac OSX version 10.5
Recommended system specifications for high resolution backs

Intel based Mac
Processor: Intel Quad Core Xeon
Processor speed: 2.8 GHz
Memory: 4 GB or more
Operating system: Mac OSX version 10.6

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Note:

  • Leaf Capture v. 11.5.1 is compatible with 64 bit Intel-based Macs.
  • Please see the Technical Bulletin for instructions on how to determine if your Mac has a 64 bit processor.

32 bit processor Macs
If your Mac has a 32 bit processor, you should be using the Leaf Capture 11.5.1 (32 bit) version, with Mac OS 10.5.8 Leopard.

Compatibility
Leaf Aptus-II 12R, 12, 10R, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5
Leaf Aptus 75, 65, 22, 17
Leaf Aptus 75S, 65S, 54S
Leaf AFi-II 12, 10, 7, 6
Leaf AFi 7, 6, 5
Mamiya DM56, DM40, DM33, DM28, DM22

Minimum System Requirements
Intel based Mac
Processor: Intel Dual Core Xeon
Processor speed: 1.83 GHz
Memory: 2 GB
Operating system: Mac OSX version 10.5
Recommended system specifications for high resolution backs

Intel based Mac
Processor: Intel Quad Core Xeon
Processor speed: 2.8 GHz
Memory: 4 GB or more
Operating system: Mac OSX version 10.6

Download 32 bit version

Download 64 bit Version

Camera Back Compatibility
Leaf Aptus-II 12R, 12, 10R, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5
Leaf Aptus 75, 65, 22, 17
Leaf Aptus 75S, 65S, 54S
Leaf AFi-II 12, 10, 7, 6
Leaf AFi 7, 6, 5
Mamiya DM56, DM 40, DM33, DM28, DM22

Minimum System Requirements
Intel Pentium Processor or better
Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Processor speed 1GHz
1 GB RAM free for application

Download Release Notes
Download Leaf RAW converter 1.2.6 for Windows

Camera Back Compatibility
Leaf Aptus-II 12R, 12, 10R, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5
Leaf Aptus 75, 65, 22, 17
Leaf Aptus 75S, 65S, 54S
Leaf AFi-II 12, 10, 7, 6
Leaf AFi 7, 6, 5
Mamiya DM56, DM 40, DM33, DM28, DM22

Minimum System Requirements
Mac G5/PowerBook MacBook Pro
Processor: Intel Core Duo
Processor speed: 1 GHz 1.83 GHz
Memory: 512MB 512MB
Operating system: Mac OSX, version 10.4 Mac OSX, version 10.4

Download Release Notes
Download Leaf RAW converter 1.2.6 for Mac

Added support for: Leaf Aptus-II 12, Leaf Aptus-II 12R and AFi-II 12

Leaf Capture Remote 2.1.1 Minimum System Requirements
Mac OS 10.6 or above with Java for Mac OS X version 5
Leaf Capture 11.3.6 and up (download)
Wi-Fi network
Ensure that your Mac and mobile digital device are connected to the same Wi-Fi network
Apple iPhone or iPad with firmware v. 3.1 and above

Installing Leaf Capture Remote 2.1.1 Application
Download the following:

Capture Pilot client from the Apple iPhone App Store
Leaf Capture Remote 2.1.1 server
Download the Leaf Capture Remote 2.1.1 Application User Guide

Leaf Capture Remote 2.1 Minimum System Requirements
Mac OS 10.5.8 or above with Java for Mac OS X version 5
Leaf Capture 11.3.6 and up (download)
Wi-Fi network
Ensure that your Mac and mobile digital device are connected to the same Wi-Fi network
Apple iPhone or iPad with firmware v. 3.1 and above

Installing Leaf Capture Remote 2.1 Application
Download the following:

Thread: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

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Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

I’m trying to get Remote Capture up and running on my Mac Pro running 10.5.8.

I downloaded RemoteCapture Beta from mamiya.co.jp. After a few tries I was able to install it and start it up. I then connected my RZ Pro II D w/ ZD back to the Mac. The app is amazingly silent. The back does not seem to give any indication that it is connected. Pressing the shutter release does not result in an image being written to the target folder just to the CF card that I have installed.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

Well. I tried my lowly MacBook and it just worked. I wonder how many ports are dead on my MacPro.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

You can look at System Profiler to see what is working and what is not; I bought a MacBook Pro last year, and realised only recently that the sole FW port doesn’t work.

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Had to buy a ExpressCard FW adapter to get any action.

If all your FW on the Mac Pro is not working, you could get a PCI-FW card for it.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

Thanks. I’m going to have to take some time and play with that and see what all is up with this MacPro.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

Mark, got a question – how the heck you managed to downlad it? Every time i am trying – server times out after entering email (((

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

I used Mamiya remote capture with an RZ a few weeks ago on a windows PC. It does eventually work but I had to reset the ZD back and stop and start the application to get a working connection. It did transfer the file. Which I viewed in capture one.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

Which binary do you want? I think I have both PC and Mac still.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

I used Mamiya remote capture with an RZ a few weeks ago on a windows PC. It does eventually work but I had to reset the ZD back and stop and start the application to get a working connection. It did transfer the file. Which I viewed in capture one.

Good to know. I’m using a Leaf Aptus-II 7 now.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

I’m trying to track the PC version of this software down. Do you happen to still have it?

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

I’m trying to track the PC version of this software down. Do you happen to still have it?

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

Mark if you got Mac one and could share, i’d be most grateful.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

I tried sending an email to [email protected] last week but it just bounced. Not that they would have been able to give me the software, I assume.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

Sorry guys, been busy. Yes, I do have both. I had actually made contact with Mamiya USA and got the e-mail version of the middle finger from them when I asked about the software last year.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

No rush Mark. I’m just glad someone still has the files. I would love to get the Mac and PC version if possible. I will send you a PM.

Re: Help with Mamiya Remote Capture

well, I know a very old thread.
. maybe you can help me.

On my Mamiya RB67 Pro SD I use the digital back Mamiya ZD Back DB.

I have not used the camera for several years. Now I have purchased new batteries and would like to use the camera again – but tethered shooting.

When purchasing the digital back, a CF card with the software BS701 was delivered.
This software automatically established the connection between the camera and PC using a Firewire cable.

In the display of the back I get now no longer a “PC” symbol (before I used a Mac), which signals the successful connection. Strangely, however, Windows (acoustic: didlidimm) signals that the IEEE Firewire cable at the interface of the PC is recognized.

Unfortunately, I lost this CF card with the communication software and now look for someone who can send me a copy of this software, or at least knows how to manage tethered shooting with a standard Windows system.

On my server I have still a backup of this software, but the backup consists only of a single file named “MOP_LOAD.BIN”.
I do not know how I have to integrate / install this software on the CompactFlash card.

Software: Mamiya Digital PhotoStudio, Capture One 6, RawTherapee 5.0
Hardware: x86, 32-bit, Windows 10

Mamiya launches ZDb Digital Back

Pre-Photokina 2008: Mamiya has announced the ZDb 22 MP Digital Back; a revised version of its ZD model. The buffer has been doubled, enabling users to shoot up to 22 full-quality RAW files, rather than 10. Support for SDHC cards has also been added. In addition, Mamiya has launched a beta version of its Remote Capture software for tethered shooting.

Mamiya ZDb Digital Back Debuts at Photokina 2008

Cologne, Germany – September 2008 – Mamiya Digital Imaging has announced the next model of their digital back – called the Mamiya ZDb 22 megapixel Digital Back – will be shown at Photokina 2008. To further refine the successful Mamiya ZD Digital Back system, the R&D team at Mamiya has developed the new ZDb Digital Back with several useful enhancements.

To allow longer shooting sessions, the ZDb will have a buffer with up to twice the memory of the original ZD Digital Back – this means that you can continuously shoot up to 22 frames of full resolution RAW files before the buffer is full. The new back is now compatible with SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) cards that can store up to 32 gigabytes of images. The Mamiya ZDb Digital Back can also use SD, SDHC, CF I and CF II cards.

When used with the new Mamiya 645AFDIII, the ZDb Back will display the camera’s 35 custom function controls on the LCD panel. This will make custom camera settings fast and user-friendly. In addition, a beta version of the new Mamiya Remote Capture software will soon be downloadable from our homepage, www.mamiya.com. This software makes shooting tethered with the Mamiya ZDb Back faster and easier.

Boasting a 22 mega pixel Dalsa CCD sensor at an affordable price, the ZDb Digital Back allows the Mamiya 645AFDII, Mamiya 645AFDIII, RZ67Pro-IID and RB67Pro-SD to take razor-sharp digital images – transforming professional quality film cameras into high-end digital systems.

Pricing and delivery will be announced in the fall of 2008.

Mamiya ZDb Digital Back specifications

• 48x36mm full-frame transfer CCD
• 21.70 mega pixels
• 21.30 mega pixels

• Interchangeable: IR cut filter (standard)
• Low pass filter
• Filter for IR photography

• 5328×4000 pixels
• 4096×3072 pixels
• 3008×2256 pixels

Infobank

Would you like a 80GB media card for your EOS digital camera? Would you like to shoot wildlife with a macro lens? Or see what your pictures really look like within seconds of shooting?

All this and more is possible with EOS Capture (previously Remote Capture) and a laptop computer. The software comes free on a CD supplied with your camera.

What does it do?

EOS Capture switches control of your digital EOS from the camera to the computer. Features you would normally set on the camera can be adjusted via the computer keyboard.

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These features include shutter speed, aperture, ISO speed, exposure compensation and image quality (RAW, Large/Fine, etc.). There is also a frame counter and a battery check.

About the only useful thing you can’t change from the keyboard is the shooting mode − this still has to be set on the camera.

The frame counter is mostly irrelevant. This is because EOS Capture can save images directly to your computer hard disk, rather than to the camera CompactFlash card. If you have 40GB of spare hard disk space on your computer, and are generating 8Mb files with each camera exposure, you can shoot around 5,000 images before your disk is full. Also, with some set-ups, the frame counter will read 999 for most of this time, because that’s its maximum value.

Computer connection

The camera is connected to the computer via a USB cable.

A camera-to-computer USB cable is supplied with the camera. This has a length of only about 1,200mm. When you move the camera, you usually have to move the computer at the same time.

For a practical set-up, you need a USB extension cable, ideally with a built-in USB repeater. This allows you to join two or more of the cables for extra length. This type of cable is available from retailers of electronic goods.

Remote Capture

Remote Capture is a standalone application. Launch it and follow the on-screen dialogues to connect to the camera. You will then be able to change camera settings from the computer keyboard, fire the camera and save images to a selected folder on your computer.

EOS Capture

EOS Capture is handled differently to Remote Capture. Although loaded as a separate application, EOS Capture runs from within recent versions of ZoomBrowser (ImageBrowser on Macintosh computers), Digital Photo Professional or EOS Viewer Utility.

Before you open the application, connect the camera to the computer using the USB lead supplied with the camera (and extension leads, if required). Now switch the camera on.

After launching the Browser, click the ‘Canon Camera’ icon shown in the left-hand column. This will bring up a dialogue box, which asks you to select a camera or memory card from a drop down menu. Select your camera name, which should be in the list.

This will take you to another dialogue box, where normally you would download images from the CompactFlash card in the camera. However, if you look at the top right of the box, you will see a tag for Remote Shooting. Click this, and then the icon that appears.

Next, you will be asked to create a folder on your computer where images can be saved. Finally (although the entire procedure only takes a few seconds), two windows will appear. The smaller window varies with the camera and gives you keyboard control of various settings. Click on any item to highlight it, and then use the left/right arrows to make changes. Keep in mind that some functions are set automatically in some shooting modes and this applies even with EOS Capture. For example, you cannot change the white balance mode or the ISO speed settings in the full auto (green square) mode or any of the PIC modes.

To take a picture, click the camera icon to the right of the frame counter. The camera will fire and within seconds a large display of the image will appear in the Browser window. At the same time, a thumbnail image will appear at the bottom of the window. The thumbnails remain as you shoot more pictures, giving a quick and easy way to return to a large view of a previous image.

There is a View icon at the bottom of the Browser screen, which gives an even larger image or allows multiple images in one window so that you can compare exposures. There is also a SlideShow icon, which will automatically run through all the images (or a selection of them) with user-set time intervals and transition effects.

The file name can be changed from within the Browser window and there is more shooting information (shutter speed, aperture, flash, custom functions) than you probably need. Note that not all features mentioned are available with Remote Capture.

Computer choice

Although EOS Capture will run perfectly well on a desktop computer, this rather limits the use of the software. If you have a variety of subjects to photograph within 10-15m of your computer − close-ups of small objects, perhaps, or simple portraits, a desktop computer might be adequate. But for anything more ambitious, you really need a laptop computer. This is portable, will run for several hours from a built-in battery and can be used in locations away from home.

This can mean two computers, which is not only expensive, but becomes confusing when you have different applications and files on both machines. One option is to use a laptop as both your desktop and portable computer. Many laptops have the power and capacity of a good desktop machine, so why do you need one of each?

Most laptop computers will connect to a separate flat screen monitor and to a separate, more comfortable keyboard. This combination offers all the advantages of a desktop computer with all the convenience of a laptop. And all your applications and files are on a single computer.

Practical uses

What are the practical uses for EOS Capture? One is for studio portraiture or still life. EOS Capture writes the image file to your computer hard disk and then displays it on-screen within seconds of taking the picture. This image is much larger than the one shown on the back of the camera, making it easier to judge the composition, lighting and overall quality. At the same time, you get a histogram display, which helps in assessing the required exposure values.

Professional photographers will find EOS Capture invaluable when shooting work for a client. An art director or marketing manager will often want to be present at the session to direct the photography. Displaying the images on a computer screen means that everyone can see and comment on the progress of the shoot.

These photographs were taken for a magazine cover. An EF 14mm lens was used to produce the distorted perspective, giving emphasis to the Speedlite. The flash gun was only inches away from the front of the lens. Remote Capture was invaluable during this photo session. Each image was viewed on the screen of the laptop computer within seconds of shooting, showing the effect of slight changes to the pose.

But EOS Capture is just as useful for photography outdoors. With wildlife photography, it is no longer essential to have a hide when shooting close to your subject. You can position the camera on a tripod, operating it from a distance and seeing the captured image almost immediately. This works best where you have studied the subject and know where it will perch or stand (many birds and animals are creatures of habit). Placing food as bait can also help to lure your subject into position.

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EOS cameras do not give a preview image, so you need to be able to see your subject to know when to shoot. A pair of binoculars will enable you to keep your distance while still being able to judge the right moment for an exposure. With digital, unsuccessful shots cost little or nothing, so you can be extravagant with your exposures. Remember also that the images are being saved to your computer and can be erased immediately if they are not successful. You are limited only by the life of the battery in the camera or laptop.

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Mamiya DM-Series 22Mp DSLR Camera Kit with 80mm D Lens

  • Mamiya 645DF Camera Body
  • Mamiya Leaf Aptus-II 22 Digital Back
  • Mamiya Sekor 80mm f/2.8 D Lens
  • Phase One Capture One DB Software

The Mamiya Leaf Aptus-II 22 Digital Back puts a phenomenal pixel count at your fingertips for bringing out details you’ve most-likely never seen with your own two eyes. Compatible with the included 645DF Camera Body, the Aptus-II back provides 16 bit high dynamic range of color and the ability to render awe-inspiring images, even when tightly cropped.

Along with the included 80mm D lens, the camera body can also shoot leaf shutter lenses. The wide variety of compatible lenses include: Schneider leaf shutter lenses, Phase One Digital focal plane lenses, Hasselblad V lenses, and, of course, other Mamiya 645 AFD lenses.

The provided software puts you on the ground running. Phase One Capture One DB is designed for use when tethered to a digital back. It features a sophisticated toolset that thinks like a photographer, lending to intuitive operation, along with a customizable graphic interface. Leaf Capture is also designed for tethered use in high-volume situations, such as commercial fashion and catalog work. In addition to the included software, the downloadable Leaf Remote Capture app for the iPhone 4 and iPod touch expands your flexibility and streamlines your workflow.

More information can be found for each individual kit item here:

Mamiya DM-Series 22Mp DSLR Camera Kit with 80mm D Lens

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Mamiya DM22 Overview

  • 1 Description
  • 2 The Power of Four
  • 3 There’s No Comparison
  • 4 Dual Shutter Technology
  • 5 World’s Widest Pro Software Compatibility
  • 6 Proven Professionalism
  • 7 Proven Modular Systems
  • 8 Software Choices
  • 9 Phase One Capture One DB
  • 10 Leaf Capture
  • 11 Leaf Remote Capture App

The Mamiya DM-Series 22Mp DSLR Camera Kit with 80mm D Lens sets you up with all the components necessary for making exceptional images: The Mamiya 645DF Camera Body, Mamiya Leaf Aptus-II 22 Digital Back, and the Mamiya Sekor 80mm f/2.8 D Lens. In addition to this powerful trio, the venerable imaging company includes Phase One Capture One DB (Digital Back) software and Leaf Capture software. From the moment body, back, and lens are put together, your life will be forever changed.

The Mamiya Leaf Aptus-II 22 Digital Back puts a phenomenal pixel count at your fingertips for bringing out details you’ve most-likely never seen with your own two eyes. Compatible with the included 645DF Camera Body, the Aptus-II back provides 16 bit high dynamic range of color and the ability to render awe-inspiring images, even when tightly cropped.

Along with the included 80mm D lens, the camera body can also shoot leaf shutter lenses. The wide variety of compatible lenses include: Schneider leaf shutter lenses, Phase One Digital focal plane lenses, Hasselblad V lenses, and, of course, other Mamiya 645 AFD lenses.

The provided software puts you on the ground running. Phase One Capture One DB is designed for use when tethered to a digital back. It features a sophisticated toolset that thinks like a photographer, lending to intuitive operation, along with a customizable graphic interface. Leaf Capture is also designed for tethered use in high-volume situations, such as commercial fashion and catalog work. In addition to the included software, the downloadable Leaf Remote Capture app for the iPhone 4 and iPod touch expands your flexibility and streamlines your workflow.

More information can be found for each individual kit item here:

The Power of Four

There’s No Comparison

Dual Shutter Technology

In demanding daylight situations, photographers can use one of three optional Schneider leaf-shuttered lenses Sekor AF 55mm f/2.8 LS D, Sekor AF 80mm f/2.8 LS D, and Sekor AF 110mm f/2.8 LS D for predictable high-speed flash synchronization. These lenses can be used to fill-in or overpower even the brightest ambient light.

For more conventional situations, photographers can use the camera’s focal plane shutter system and then choose from more than 15 world-class Mamiya optics, which range from 28mm to 300mm.

Regardless of shutter choice, photographers can look forward to faster autofocus technology, as well as improved ergonomics and performance accuracy

World’s W >

Proven Professionalism

Through dedication, reliability, and unique design, Mamiya continues improving and refining the finest professional photographic products with state-of-art advancements such as superior apochromatic and digital lens technologies, as well as practical, ergonomic camera design

Proven Modular Systems

Software Choices

Phase One Capture One DB

Now with tethered shooting support for the Mamiya/Leaf Digital Backs, Capture One features a sophisticated yet intuitive toolset and customizable graphic interface that has become the industry standard for many professional photographers and their clients

Leaf Capture

With the addition of the new Leaf Remote Capture app for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch, the Leaf Capture Suite is the professional photographer’s ideal tool to quickly and easily move from image capture to print.

The latest versions of Capture One, Leaf Capture, and Leaf Capture Remote are available for download through Mamiya

Leaf Remote Capture App

Clients can view images for your shoot from the comfort of your Wi-Fi enabled client room. Assistants can check focus even when at a distance from your main computer. Stylists can see what the camera sees – all without crowding around the photographer or main computer area. Imagine the possibilities!

Both LC Remote app, and Capture Pilot are free downloads available through Mamiya

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