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Bronica also Zenza Bronica (in Japanese: ゼンザブロニカ) was a Japanese manufacturer of classic medium-format roll film cameras and photographic equipment based in Tokyo, Japan. Their single-lens reflex (SLR) system-cameras competed with Pentax, Hasselblad, Mamiya and others in the medium-format camera market.
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History[edit]
Before introduction of the first of what would become a dynasty of Zenza Bronica cameras in 1959, the Latinized Zenza Bronica name was already a popular Japanese luxury goods brand of the Shinkodo Works (in Japanese: 新光堂製作所) since 1947,[1] specialized in the production of intricate crafted and decorated personal accessories, such as metal cigarette lighters[2] and cases, cosmetic compacts, and watches,[3] of diverse styles and designs.[1
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The company's founder Zenzaburō Yoshino (in Japanese: 吉野善三郎, b. 25 January 1911 — d. 23 November 1988), wherefrom the Latinized Zenza Bronica brand name is derived, was the third son born into a Japanese rice merchant family.[1] At an early age Yoshino showed deep reverence for the technical innovation and mechanics of world-renowned cameras produced by the likes of Leica, Contax and Rollei.[1] Both fascinated and yet increasingly frustrated by the limitations of the cameras produced at that time period, where each camera's merits and demerits were not solved by just one camera, Yoshino visioned creating a high-precision interchangeable single-lens reflex camera modular system of his own design.[1]
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Yoshino's ambition, however, would require substantial investment, which he gradually self-funded from his family business in transportation and his passion for cameras by the establishment of a small camera store in Tokyo's Kanda district.[1] Yoshino's camera store and his immense familiarity with deluxe foreign cameras became a huge success with photography enthusiasts in Japan, buying and selling luxury Leica and Contax cameras, which also gained popularity with US Army soldiers stationed in Japan after World War II.[1] This formed the funding basis for his founding in 1947 of the Shinkodo Works with a vision of camera production,[4] which at first produced Bronica brand luxury art deco accessories such as cigarette lighters and cases including watches, and positioned Bronica as a luxury brand in Japanese department stores, with popularity thriving among US Army soldiers in Japan.[1]
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The Shinkodo Works was Yoshino's precursor production base and funding source for what would later serve his Bronica camera and photographic equipment manufacturing; later consolidated under the Zenza Bronica Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha (Zenza Bronica Industries, Inc) company.[1][5] On 17 January 1952, the Shinkodo Works was directed by Yoshino to begin research and development of the Bronica prototype camera.[1]
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สำหรับกล้องยี่ห้ออื่นๆ 35มม. ก็มี adapter ของ FOTODIOX สามารถแปลงมาใช้ได้มีทั้ง Nikon pentax canon sony แต่ราคาจะแพงหน่อย แต่เลนส์ราคาไม่แพงมากก็ถือว่าคุ้มครับ
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Bronica Zenzanon PG lens - 100 mm Series Specifications

Packaged Quantity 1
Length 2.7 in
Diameter 3.4 in
Weight 22.2 oz
ManufacturerTamron USA, Inc
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LENS SYSTEM
Intended For medium format
Focal Length 100 mm
Lens Aperture f/3.5
Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera 50mm m
Min Focus Distance 29.5 in
Max View Angle 48 degrees
Lens Construction 4 group(s) / 6 element(s)
Filter Size 72 mm
Features built-in lens hood
Type lens
System Type lens
Min Focal Length 100 mm
Group Qty 4
Element Qty 6
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Brand Bronica
Product Line Bronica Zenzanon PG
Packaged Quantity 1
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
Length 2.7 in
GENERAL
ManufacturerTamron USA, Inc
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มาอ่านฝรั่งรีวิวครับ
User Reviews

OVERALL RATING:
5
VALUE RATING:
5
Submitted by Mark a Expert from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Date Reviewed: August 21, 2003

Strengths:    - Low price (used)
- Sharp
- Lightweight
- Standard 72mm filter
- Works well with generic screw-on rubber hoods ($5 on eBay)

Weaknesses:    I can't find a single thing wrong with this lens. Out-of-focus areas are good, but nothing special.

Bottom Line:   
One word: incredible. This is the sharpest lens I've seen, period. Slides show incredible detail under an 8x loupe -- it's just like looking at the real thing. There is no reason to avoid buying this lens.
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Submitted by Q a Expert from UK

Date Reviewed: December 30, 2000

Strengths:    Sharp, light, well built, superb bokeh, good contrast.

Weaknesses:    None so far.

Bottom Line:   
An excellent, sharp, well made standard lens. Mine is quite old, and was bought s/h with the body.

As a newcomer to the GS-1, and a user also of a Mamiya 7II, whose lenses are renouned for their sharpness, I have not been disappointed by the GS-1 and 100mm lens combo.
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Submitted by Chang-ho Choe a Expert from Woodside, NY

Date Reviewed: June 10, 2000

Strengths:    none

Weaknesses:    Other people say this is the sharpest lens and they may be correct, but I just want to say that in my case it is not. It is OK but not as sharp as other professional lenses.

Bottom Line:   
not sharp, mine may have a problem
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Submitted by Ron Kerkhove a Professional from Middelburg, Zeeland Netherlands

Date Reviewed: January 22, 2000

Strengths:    Sharp sharp sharp !
Small and light.
Smooth and fast focussing.
Strong design (not weak)

Weaknesses:    Not yet :-)

Bottom Line:   
Sharpest standard lens I ever used in MF.
Beautifull unsharpness.
Great for everyday use on every subject.
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Submitted by Rick Rieger a Expert from Columbus, OH USA

Date Reviewed: December 20, 1999

Strengths:    Outstanding sharpness and contrast. Good bokeh.

Weaknesses:    None.

Bottom Line:   
This lens is about as good as anything you can put on the front of a MF camera. It's too bad the GS-1 system suffers from bad marketing.
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ถือเป็นอีกทางเลือกนะครับ สำหรับการนำเลนส์ medium format มาใช้กับกล้อง35มม.
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จะมีใครถามเรื่องโบเก้ไหม
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