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1966

Mamiya TL/DTL M42 system

Discontinued

The Mamiya/Sekor 500 TL and 1000 TL, introduced in October 1966, were fully mechanical 35mm SLR cameras with M42 screw mount. The numerals represented the highest shutter speed (1/500 or 1/1000 sec.), and the letters "TL" signified Through-the-Lens spot light metering.

The Mamiya/Sekor 500 DTL and 1000 DTL, introduced in July 1968, offered choice of two exposure metering systems - the spot metering for limited area light measuring and the average metering for full area light measuring. Mamiya also introduced a black-bodied 2000 DTL in 1969.

Auto and preset Mamiya/Sekor lenses were part of the system.

Camera lineup

M42 mount lens lineup

Fisheye lenses
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Ultra-wide angle prime lenses
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Wide-angle prime lenses
2.8 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 28mm F/2.8 [TL] ⌀58
2.8 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 28mm F/2.8 [DTL] ⌀58
2.8 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 35mm F/2.8 ⌀49
Standard prime lenses
2.8 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 50mm F/2.8 ⌀52
2.0 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 50mm F/2 ⌀52
1.8 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 55mm F/1.8 ⌀52
1.4 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 55mm F/1.4 ⌀55
Short telephoto prime lenses
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Medium telephoto prime lenses
3.5 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 135mm F/3.5 ⌀49
2.8 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 135mm F/2.8 [TL] ⌀55
2.8 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 135mm F/2.8 [DTL] ⌀55
4.5 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 200mm F/4.5 ⌀55
3.5 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 200mm F/3.5 [I] ⌀67
3.5 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 200mm F/3.5 [II] ⌀62
3.5 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 200mm F/3.5 [III] [DTL] ⌀58
Super telephoto prime lenses
6.3 Mamiya/Sekor 400mm F/6.3 ⌀72Pro
Macro lenses
2.8 Mamiya Macro Sekor 60mm F/2.8 ⌀581:1
Shift lenses
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Wide-angle zoom lenses
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Standard zoom lenses
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Telephoto zoom lenses
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Superzoom lenses
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