Digital Backs

Better Light

Better Light makes an adapter so that their scanning backs can be mounted to the RB-67. This scans the full area (actually ~7cmx7cm). Focus as normal, lock the mirror, set the shutter to bulb, then use the scanning back as normal. Advantage–true full frame, incredible resolution. Disadvantage–~loooong exposures.

  • Better Light Inc. Model 4000
  • Better Light Inc. Model 6000
  • Better Light Inc. Super 6K
  • Better Light Inc. Super 8K

Mamiya

ZD Back

The ZD back is a 36mm x 48mm CCD sensor. Mamiya produces an adapter for the RB67,  HX-702,  that allows the Mamiya ZD back to be used with a Pro-S or Pro-SD.

Kodak

DCS Pro 465

ISO 100.  2036 x 3060; 12-bit color CCD. Sensor is about 35mm size.

DCS Pro Back/Plus/645

Sinar

  • Sinar Sinarback 23
  • Sinar Sinarback 43, 43H
  • Sinar Sinarback 44
  • Sinar Sinarback 54
  • Sinar Sinarback 54H

Sinarback 23-54

Sinar 54M

Lightphase

Requires 3rd party adapter

Imacon

Imacon Ixpress 96C
Imacon Ixpress 132C
Imacon Ixpress 384C
Imacon Ixpress 528C
Imacon Ixpress 384

Imacon Ixpress 96

Imacon Flexframe 3020/4040:

MegaVision

MegaVision S3

MegaVision S3 pro

  • 36x24mm 3072×2048 pixel CCD w. 12 micron pixel size
  • Single-shot
  • Dynamic range: 12 bits per color;
  • 36-bit RGB ISO 100-400

MegaVision S4
MegaVision S427 

Leaf

Leaf Leaf C-Most

Mosaic Imaging

Mosaic Imaging Luma

Mosaic Imaging Luma II

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2 Comments

  • Skel
    September 10, 2014 - 4:10 pm | Permalink

    Hello,
    What adpter I need for use RB67 Pro SD with Kodak DCS Pro Back 645, or if it’s more options can you tell me some advantages and disadvantages of compatible adapters ?
    Thanks you.

  • lucio
    May 15, 2015 - 9:08 pm | Permalink

    hey , you got an answer? i have the rb 67

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