Mamiya RB67 Pro S w/ WL Waist Level Finder and P Adapter SN: C227867 *

Article number: C227867
Availability: In stock (1)
Delivery time: 3=5 Days

Product Description:

The Mamiya RB67 Professional S is a modular medium format SLR film camera famous for it's versatility and big beautiful 6x7cm format images. Introduced in 1974, the RB67 Pro-S is the replacement for the original RB67. The RB67 Pro-S enjoys all the popular features of it's predecessor including: rack & pinion bellows focussing with close-up capabilities, multiple viewfinder options, user interchangeable focusing screen, leaf shutter lenses that synchronize with strobes at all speeds, fast lever cocking, and a reliable 100% mechanical no batteries required design. Additionally the RB67 Pro-S add a focus lock lever and the much appreciated ADEP (Automatic Double Exposure Prevention) feature which (when used with compatible film back) will not allow the camera to fire until after the film has been advanced (or the film back's double exposure switch has been engaged).

Product Features: 

  • In excellent refurbished condition
  • Includes P Adapter
  • Medium format SLR camera designed for professional use
  • 6x7 format for ultimate image quality, maximum enlargement & cropping capability
  • Huge focus screen for easy viewing
  • Exceptionally versatile both in the studio and on location
  • Fully modular system: interchangeable focus screens, finders, backs, lenses
  • Bellows focusing mechanism for easy focusing and close-up work
  • Easy to use left and right hand focus knobs
  • 100% mechanical, no batteries required
  • Fast lever advance mechanism readies camera & lens for next shot
  • Lever advance backs
  • ADEP (Automatic Double Exposure Prevention)
  • Cold Accessory Shoe
  • Flash sync socket on lenses
  • Surprisingly light for such a big SLR camera (particularly when fitted with a Waist Level Finder and 127mm lens or other short lens)
  • 90 day warranty
0 stars based on 0 reviews
Please accept cookies to help us improve this website Is this OK? Yes No More on cookies »