Mamiya Z mount lenses

Mamiya Z mount lenses

Z mount is a lens mount designed by Mamiya in 1980 for 35mm film cameras. It is a bayonet mount with three tabs, mechanical aperture linkage, and electronic contacts, with a focal flange distance of 45.5mm. Lenses have an aperture ring, but it is not coupled mechanically, the aperture is controlled electronically by the camera, and the camera can override the aperture ring position.

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Mamiya-Sekor E lenses

  • Mamiya-Sekor E 28mm F2.8
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 28mm F3.5
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 28‍–‍50mm F3.5‍–‍4.5
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 35mm F2.8
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 35‍–‍70mm F3.5‍–‍4.5
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 35‍–‍105mm F3.5‍–‍4.3
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 50mm F1.4
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 50mm F1.7
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 50mm F2
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 50mm F3.5 Macro
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 70‍–‍150mm F3.8
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 80‍–‍200mm F3.8
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 80‍–‍200mm F4
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 135mm F2.8
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 135mm F3.5
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 200mm F4
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 300mm F4

Mamiya-Sekor EF lenses

EF lenses have an additional distance encoder built-in and pass focusing distance information to the body, enabling advanced flash automation.

  • Mamiya-Sekor EF 35mm F2.8
  • Mamiya-Sekor EF 50mm F1.4
  • Mamiya-Sekor EF 50mm F1.7
  • Mamiya-Sekor EF 135mm F2.8


Last update: 12. 5. 2021.