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  • Instax on the RB67

    With the looming end of FP-100c and peel apart film for the existing polaroid backs there is soon to be no affordable instant film on the RB67. I’m not affiliated with this kickstarter in any way but I’m really excited to see if it will work out (I’m personally undecided on whether I should reserve…

  • Instant film while you can!

    If you have not heard yet, Fujifilm is discontinuing their last peel apart instant film, FP-100c. With this going away, there are no new production instant film for any of the Polaroid backs available for the RB67. Personally, I’m resisting all my urges to spend my savings buying up FP-100c. Fujifilm has been discontinuing films…

  • Q&A: 6×8 on the RB67?

    Somewhere during the Pro-S years Mamiya introduced a way of shooting 6×8 on the RB67. Several different components are needed to shoot 6×8 and in the end you will end of with a 5.6cmx7.5cm (compared with the 5.6cm by 6.8cm negative for the normal 6×7 back). However, the 6×8 frame size will only be used…

  • Mamiya RB67 Pro-SD Brochure

    Just finished scanning the sales brochure for the Mamiya RB67 Pro-SD. Enjoy! RB67 Pro-SD Brochure

  • New Mamiya RB67 sales brochure added

    I scanned a copy of a sales brochure for the original RB67. Enjoy! RB67 Brochure

  • Custom RB67 skin

    Just found this nicely executed replacement of the leatherette on a RB67 Pro-S

  • Q&A: RB67 Film Back Compatibility

    All film backs are compatible with all bodies.  However, the earliest backs (the ones before the Pro-S, including Graflex backs) body do not have the multiple exposure interlock or the the darkslide interlock. The Pro body has no way of preventing multiple exposures–it is entirely up to you to remember to advance the film. Likewise,…

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