Another tripod mount, please
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Another tripod mount, please

Medium format cameras can spend a lot of time shooting portraits, which is why there's a second tripod mount on its left side. Here you'll also find the 645Z's dual memory card slots, with its I/O ports below it. In addition to stereo mic, HDMI, and DC-in ports, the 645Z offers a USB 3.0 'SuperSpeed' connector. This isn't so impressive by medium format standards - where fast connections are more prevalent - but is rare in consumer cameras.

Speaking of super speed, the 'Z' can take quite a few shots in burst mode, which is all the more impressive when you consider its resolution. At full resolution (that's over 50 megapixel) the 645Z can shoot at 3 fps until it hits its limit of around 30 JPEG, 10 Raw, or 12 TIFF images.

While the 645Z doesn't have built-in Wi-Fi, it does support the strangely named 'FluCard', which allows for wireless remote control and image retrieval.