Mamiya 645AFDII medium format body with a 645 AF 80mm f2.8 lens and a Mamiya ZD digital back. The 645AFDII is an easy-handling medium format SLR with a pair of convenient control dials and a pretty acceptable (though not at all cutting-edge) single-point autofocus system. It can shoot 6x4.5cm images on film with an appropriate back (not included) or 22mp digital images with the included ZD digital back. This is a CCD-based back with a 36x48mm sensor, ISO settings from 50-400, and continuous shooting up to 1.5fps. It runs on rechargeable battery packs; the camera itself runs on 6 AA batteries.
If you are reading this description salivating at the thought of MEDIUM FORMAT DIGITAL, please note the following: This camera is capable of excellent results, but it is not as easy to use as a modern digital camera. The autofocus is slow, the back has a fairly primitive menu system, it's very picky about memory cards, and the JPEG files are just... they're awful. If you intend to use this camera, be prepared to learn its quirks, take your time, and always, always shoot in RAW. You have been warned.
This outfit includes two rechargeable batteries, charger, and a 4GB CF card.