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Cambo Actus-G | NIKON Z
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Description:
The Cambo ACTUS-G is derived from the ACTUS-Mini camera system. It combines traditional view camera techniques with the latest capture technology. The Cambo Actus-G is a true cross-platform camera base within the Actus family. This ACTUS-G version includes the rear standard for Nikon Z camera bodies
Product Code:
CAMACRZ
Cambo Actus-G | NIKON Z

When using view camera movement the photographer is able to be more versatile, more creative and gets more professional results much faster than before.

Mirrorless system camera bodies take the place of a digital back, while the Cambo ACTUS functions as a view camera with tilt-shift and swing for sharper images thanks to the fine focus adjustments and stitch facility.

This configuration of a Cambo ACTUS-G consists of a monorail, front assembly without lensplate, a rear frame which can accept a Nikon Z camera a bayonet holder and a detachable standard bellows which is part of the ACTUS configuration.

          Cambo ACTUS-G Nikon RZ Specifications

  • Size L / W / H: 152 x 115 x 171 mm
  • Weight: 1150 grams
  • Front Swing: 360 degrees
  • Rear Shift Vertical: 27mm (12/15)
  • Rear Shift Horizontal: 40mm (20/20)
  • Focus Travel: up to 134mm (-GFX-sensor)
  • Comes with standard bellows
  • RZ rear standard 

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