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The Mamiya ZE-X, introduced in September 1981, was the world's most advanced cross-over system camera. A particularly sophisticated automatic exposure control system meant the camera could be used in either aperture- or shutter-preferred automatic modes, and if the system determined the photographer's selection of shutter speed or aperture was incorrect, a crossover network would automatically override.
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The Mamiya ZE-X, when introduced in September 1981, was the world's most advanced cross-over system camera. A particularly sophisticated automatic exposure control system meant the camera could be used in either aperture- or shutter-preferred automatic modes, and if the system determined the photographer's selection of shutter speed or aperture was incorrect, a crossover network would automatically override.
 
   
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==
 
* [http://mamiya-ze.joerg-mueck.de Mamiya Z-Series homepage of J. Mueck]
 
* [http://mamiya-ze.joerg-mueck.de Mamiya Z-Series homepage of J. Mueck]
* [http://herron.50megs.com/ZE.htm Resource for every Mamiya 35mm collector]
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* [http://mamiya35collectors.com/ZE.htm Ron Herron's "Collecting Mamiya 35mm Cameras"]

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The Mamiya ZE-X, introduced in September 1981, was the world's most advanced cross-over system camera. A particularly sophisticated automatic exposure control system meant the camera could be used in either aperture- or shutter-preferred automatic modes, and if the system determined the photographer's selection of shutter speed or aperture was incorrect, a crossover network would automatically override.

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