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Mamiya RZ67




120 and 220 film


The Mamiya RZ67, introduced in 1982, is a series of professional medium format system cameras primarily designed for using 120/220 film.

The name “RZ” was derived from the RB67, where “RB” stands for revolving back. The Mamiya RZ67 camera body is box-shaped. It is covered with non-slip rubber, to which a dimple pattern is applied. The camera accepts 6×7, 6×6 and 6×4.5, 120 and 220 film magazines and Polaroid as well as Quadra 72 4×5 sheet film backs.

Electronic shutter from 8 s to 1/400 s. Arguably the most famous photo taken with this camera is the “Bliss” photo used as the default background for Microsoft Windows XP.

Overall, the Mamiya RZ67 is a good choice for photographers who want a reliable and well-built camera that is capable of producing high-quality images. It is especially well-suited for portrait, landscape, and studio photography, thanks to its modular design and large image format.

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