Mamiya 7IIFilm Camera

Mamiya 7II

  • Camera Type for Mamiya 7II


  • Film Type for Mamiya 7II


  • Manufacturer of Mamiya 7II


  • Origin Country of Mamiya 7II


Size & Weight

  • Camera Size for Mamiya 7II158 x 109 x 138 mm
  • Camera Weight for Mamiya 7II1130 g
  • Camera Build Material for Mamiya 7IIPlastic and metal


  • Camera Focus Mode for Mamiya 7IIManual Focus
  • Camera Focus Type for Mamiya 7IIRangefinder


  • Camera Shutter Speed Range for Mamiya 7II4s – 1/500s
  • Camera ISO Speed Range for Mamiya 7II25 ISO – 1600 ISO
  • Camera Exposure Modes for Mamiya 7IIAperture Priority, Manual
  • Camera Exposure Meter for Mamiya 7IICenter-weighted
  • Camera Viewfinder for Mamiya 7II0.58x magnification rangefinder

Lens & Accessories

  • Camera Lens Type for Mamiya 7IIInterchangeable Lens
  • Camera Lens Mount for Mamiya 7IIMamiya 7 mount
  • Common Camera Lenses for Mamiya 7II80mm f/4 is a common lens for the Mamiya 7II 80mm f/4150mm f/4.5 is a common lens for the Mamiya 7II 150mm f/4.543mm f/4.5 is a common lens for the Mamiya 7II 43mm f/4.5
  • Camera Flash for Mamiya 7IIMamiya 7II Flash No Built-In Flash
  • Camera Common Accessories for Mamiya 7IILens hood is a common accessory for the Mamiya 7II Lens hoodTripod is a common accessory for the Mamiya 7II TripodExtra film backs is a common accessory for the Mamiya 7II Extra film backs


  • Camera Battery Type for Mamiya 7II2 x SR44
  • Battery Life for Mamiya 7IIApproximately 100 rolls of film
  • Battery Replaceable for Mamiya 7IIReplaceable


Use Cases

  • Camera Use Cases for Mamiya 7II
    Landscape Photography
    Street Photography
    Portrait Photography
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Description for Mamiya 7II Description for Mamiya 7II

The Mamiya 7II is a medium format rangefinder camera known for its exceptional image quality and portability. It features a 6x7cm film format, allowing for larger negatives and higher resolution. The camera is equipped with a built-in light meter and offers manual exposure control, as well as aperture priority and program modes. The Mamiya 7II has interchangeable lenses, providing versatility for different shooting situations. It has a bright and clear viewfinder, making it easy to focus and compose images. The camera is well-built and durable, perfect for professional photographers and enthusiasts who value reliability and image quality.

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The Mamiya 7II is compatible with Mamiya 7 lenses, which include wide-angle, standard, and telephoto options. The camera has a leaf shutter, allowing for high-speed flash synchronization and quiet operation. It also has a built-in motor drive, enabling continuous shooting at a rate of up to 2 frames per second. The Mamiya 7II is a popular choice among landscape, portrait, and travel photographers due to its lightweight design and excellent image quality. It is worth noting that the camera uses 120 and 220 roll film, providing flexibility in terms of the number of exposures per roll.

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Description for Mamiya 7II Pros and Cons for Mamiya 7II

Medium format camera

Interchangeable lenses

High-quality build and construction

Large negative size for excellent image quality

Accurate and reliable metering system

Quiet and smooth operation

Bright and clear viewfinder

Long battery life

Expensive compared to other medium format cameras

Limited autofocus capabilities

Bulky and heavy for a rangefinder camera

No built-in light meter

Limited availability of accessories and lenses

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Description for Mamiya 7II Potential Problems and Fixes for Mamiya 7II

Rangefinder Misalignment

The Mamiya 7II is a rangefinder camera and over time, the rangefinder can become misaligned, causing inaccurate focusing. Regular checks and professional servicing can help maintain the rangefinder's accuracy.

Shutter Failure

This camera uses a leaf shutter system which can fail over time, especially if the camera is not used regularly. Regular use and professional servicing can help prevent this issue.

Film Advance Issues

Some users have reported issues with the film advance mechanism, leading to overlapping frames. Regular use and checking the film advance can help identify and prevent this issue.

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