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    Simple answer - c220 is lighter, c330 is more automated (auto cocking, paralax, added shutter release). To me, lighter was better so I went with a C220. Neither are better, just different.

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    The C2, C22, C220, are the amature line of the Mamiya TLR
    The C3, C33, C330 are the professional line.

    Though between the C220 and C330 there is not a whole lot of differences, the earlier pairs had more differences. I've owned the C33(sold), and the C3, and use the 65mm, and 105mm lens with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kb244
    The C2, C22, C220, are the amature line of the Mamiya TLR
    The C3, C33, C330 are the professional line.
    Not correct!

    The C220 was labeled “professional” by Mamiya. They placed the label on the front of the camera. The C22, C2, C330, C33, and C3 may have also had the same “professional” label.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narsuitus
    Not correct!

    The C220 was labeled “professional” by Mamiya. They placed the label on the front of the camera. The C22, C2, C330, C33, and C3 may have also had the same “professional” label.
    if you read the sentence underneath you'd see that I said the C220 and C330 had hardly anything different between them. The Mamiyaflex, C2, did not have the "Professional" stamp on the bottom of the TLR. Some C22 had the stamp, some did not, but its just like how canon considers the 20D/30D an advanced amature camera, and not a professional, just because the stamp is there doesnt make it such. The C2* was more of a budget body up til the 220/330.
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    The only point I was trying to make was that the C2, C22, and C220 could not be considered an amateur line if the manufacturer labeled the C220 and some of the C22 cameras as “professional.” To me, this indicates that the manufacturer was trying to appeal to the professional market; not the amateur market.

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