Mamiya RB67Film Camera

Mamiya RB67

  • Camera Type for Mamiya RB67


  • Film Type for Mamiya RB67


  • Manufacturer of Mamiya RB67


  • Origin Country of Mamiya RB67


Size & Weight

  • Camera Size for Mamiya RB67177 x 104 x 133.5mm
  • Camera Weight for Mamiya RB672.3kg
  • Camera Build Material for Mamiya RB67Aluminium


  • Camera Focus Mode for Mamiya RB67Manual Focus
  • Camera Focus Type for Mamiya RB67Split Image


  • Camera Shutter Speed Range for Mamiya RB671 sec – 1/400 sec
  • Camera ISO Speed Range for Mamiya RB6725 ISO – 3200 ISO
  • Camera Exposure Modes for Mamiya RB67Manual
  • Camera Exposure Meter for Mamiya RB67None
  • Camera Viewfinder for Mamiya RB67Waist level finder

Lens & Accessories

  • Camera Lens Type for Mamiya RB67Interchangeable Lens
  • Camera Lens Mount for Mamiya RB67RB mount
  • Common Camera Lenses for Mamiya RB6790mm f/3.8 is a common lens for the Mamiya RB67 90mm f/3.8127mm f/3.5 is a common lens for the Mamiya RB67 127mm f/3.5180mm f/4.5 is a common lens for the Mamiya RB67 180mm f/4.5
  • Camera Flash for Mamiya RB67Mamiya RB67 Flash No Built-In Flash
  • Camera Common Accessories for Mamiya RB67Waist level finder is a common accessory for the Mamiya RB67 Waist level finderPrism finder is a common accessory for the Mamiya RB67 Prism finderPolaroid back is a common accessory for the Mamiya RB67 Polaroid back


  • Camera Battery Type for Mamiya RB67None
  • Battery Life for Mamiya RB67N/A


Use Cases

  • Camera Use Cases for Mamiya RB67
    Studio Photography
    Landscape Photography

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Description for Mamiya RB67 Description for Mamiya RB67

The Mamiya RB67 is a medium format, single-lens reflex camera that was first introduced in 1970. It is known for its modular design and exceptional image quality. The RB67 features a large bellows system, allowing for a wide range of lens movements and close-up photography. The camera uses 120 or 220 roll film, providing 6x7cm or 6x4.5cm image formats, respectively. It has a robust build quality, with a metal body and a bright waist-level viewfinder. The RB67 offers interchangeable film backs, lenses, viewfinders, and other accessories, making it highly versatile for various photographic applications. It is widely used by professional photographers and studio shooters for its reliable performance and exceptional image quality.

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The RB67 is a manual camera, requiring the photographer to set the shutter speed, aperture, and focus manually. It has a focal plane shutter with speeds ranging from 1s to 1/400s, as well as a bulb mode for long exposures. The camera offers a wide range of lenses, including standard, wide-angle, telephoto, and macro options, providing flexibility for different shooting situations. The RB67 is a heavy camera, weighing around 3.2kg (7lbs), which may require the use of a tripod for extended shooting sessions. It is compatible with various accessories, such as extension tubes, close-up lenses, and polarizing filters, expanding its capabilities for creative photography. The RB67 has a reputation for producing sharp and detailed images, making it a favorite among landscape, portrait, and still-life photographers.

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Description for Mamiya RB67 Pros and Cons for Mamiya RB67

Medium format camera that produces high-quality images

Interchangeable film backs allow for easy switching between different film types

Large negative size (6x7 cm) provides excellent detail and sharpness

Modular design allows for customization and expansion with various accessories

Built-in bellows system enables close-up and macro photography

Heavy and bulky, making it less portable for on-the-go shooting

Manual focus and manual exposure control require more time and skill

Limited to 10 shots per roll of 120 film

Expensive compared to smaller format cameras

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Description for Mamiya RB67 Potential Problems and Fixes for Mamiya RB67

Shutter Problems

The Mamiya RB67's shutter can sometimes fail to fire or get stuck. This is usually due to the camera's age and the mechanical nature of the shutter. Regular servicing and careful use can help mitigate this issue.

Focusing Issues

The Mamiya RB67's focusing screen can become dim and hard to focus with over time. Replacing the focusing screen with a brighter one can help alleviate this problem.

Film Back Light Leaks

The Mamiya RB67's film backs can sometimes develop light leaks, which can ruin exposed film. Regularly checking and replacing the light seals can help prevent this.

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