A 35mm film SLR system, introduced in August 1964, consisting of a single camera, the Mamiya/Sekor CP (CWP for the US market), and a small number of M42-mount lenses. The CP was a fully mechanical camera with instant-return mirror and a window exposure meter. As for the lenses, some of them had automatic diaphragms, while others were preset lenses. They can be distinguished from later models for the TL/DTL series cameras by the "Mamiya-Sekor" marking instead of the ("Auto") "Mamiya/Sekor".
|Wide-angle prime lenses|
|Mamiya-Sekor 28mm F/2.8 for CP • ⌀58||●|
|Mamiya-Sekor 35mm F/2.8 for CP • ⌀52||●|
|Standard prime lenses|
|Mamiya-Sekor 58mm F/1.7 for CP • ⌀52||1964 ●|
|Medium telephoto prime lenses|
|Mamiya-Sekor 135mm F/2.8 for CP • ⌀62||●|
|Mamiya-Sekor 200mm F/4.5 for CP • ⌀58||●|
|Super telephoto prime lenses|
|Mamiya-Sekor 400mm F/6.3 for CP • ⌀72||Pro||●|
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