The RB67 bodies can accept several different backs allowing you to shoot onto instant film, if you can find the film. As of late 2017 the only option is FP-100c, but you should probably act fast as supplies will probably soon dry up as that film is no longer produced.
- FP-100C ISO 100 color 3.25″x4.25″ (discontinued)
- FP-100B ISO 100 black and white 3.25″x4.25″ (discontinued by FujiFilm USA as of 1/2013)
- FP-3000B ISO 3000 black and white 3.25″x4.25″ (discontinued)
Any information on using Impossible Project or Instax film on the RB67 is appreciated.
The original Pro did not have a specifically made Polaroid back. However, an adapter was sold, known as the P-adapter that allowed the Polaroid Land Pack holder (Model 1,2, and 3) designed for the Mamiya Universal camera. Without the P-adapter, this back is unable to be mounted to any of the RB-67 bodies. The Polaroid back released with the Pro-SD includes a integrated P-adapter and mounts directly to the back of the camera body.
When shooting onto a Polaroid back there is no mask so you get a 7cmx7cm square image which means there are black bars on the sides of the instant film (the film is rectangular.)
- Pro-SD Polaroid pack Film Holder HP701 (horizontal and vertical masks are available, but not necessary) – does not requires a P-adapter to mount to body.
- The following require the use of a P-adapter to mate with the body.
- Polaroid Land pack film holder Model 1
- Polaroid Land pack film holder Model 2
- Polaroid Land pack film holder Model 3
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