Remove the Rear Lens Cap. With the front of the lens facing you, rotate ter of the lens cocked. Push the Cocking Lever of the camera body Merely lift the back of the hood until it opens completely down, setting the mirror and cock- completely. Page Releasing The Shutter Releasing the Shutter It is best to become acquainted with the method of releasing the shutter before using film in the camera. Rotate the Release Button Col- lar until the white dot on it is aligned with the one mediately below on the Collar Stop Lever.
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Remove the Rear Lens Cap. With the front of the lens facing you, rotate ter of the lens cocked. Push the Cocking Lever of the camera body Merely lift the back of the hood until it opens completely down, setting the mirror and cock- completely. Page Releasing The Shutter Releasing the Shutter It is best to become acquainted with the method of releasing the shutter before using film in the camera.
Rotate the Release Button Col- lar until the white dot on it is aligned with the one mediately below on the Collar Stop Lever. When this is done, the Lever should be kept in the center position, Shutter Release functions electromagnetically aligned with the index mark. Cocking Lever Not Set Orange warning lamp If the Cocking Lever has not been depressed or has been only partially depressed, an orange warning lamp will illuminate in the viewfinder when the Shutter Release Button is pressed, warning the user that the film has not been advanced, the mirror not been set, and the shutter not been Rotating it counter- clockwise, changes the format from vertical back to horizontal.
Lock the holder on the camera body by 1. Pull out the upper and lower Back Cover 2. While holding down the left-hand Spool Re- der. For instant recognition, the Dark Slide Slot Latches and the back cover will open.
Page 24 Loading the Film Holder 3. After feeding the tip of the backing paper 4. Gently wind the Film Advance Knob until the 5. Set the correct film speed value on the Film into the slot of the Take-up Spool. Page 25 Advancing the Film Before attempting to advance the film to the Place the Film Insert into the outer cassette, 7. After correctly placing the insert into the cas- first frame, make sure the R-M Lever is set to its sette, close the back cover, and while gently making sure the film advance coupler of the in- normal center position.
Page Taking Photographs Taking Photographs When the film is advanced to the next frame, the numeral in the Exposure Counter will au- tomatically change and the red mark will disap- pear. Operate the Cocking Lever gently. If if is pressed very rapidly, the spacing between frames may not be uniform.
Page Unloading The Film Unloading the Film When desiring to turn in for processing a roll of film that has been only partially exposed, first remove the holder after inserting the Dark Slide. Next, while holding in the pin in thecenter of the coupler A , completely wind the film onto the Take-up Spool with the Film Advance Knob. Set the Aperture Ring to the desired f-stop 1.
Check the camera-to-subject distance on film-plane-to-subject distance. The scale itself and focus the lens. To make a time exposure, first slide the T With the RZ 67, it is possible to lock the mirror Lever of the lens until the letter "T" is exposed.
Page Multiple Exposures Multiple Exposures. Page Flash Photography G. When using Mamiya setting 8 Subject Distance 6 flash units, two units can be fired simultane- ously by connecting one unit to the Hot-Shoe Flash Synchronization Table and the other to the Sync Terminal.
Moreover, when using the auto extension tubes, dia- phragm automation of the lens is fully main- tained sot hat close-up photography is as con- venient as standard operating procedure. In addition to the standard To remove the Focusing Hood, merely signed for specific applications.
Page Attaching A Lens With Shutter Released Or Mirror Raised Attaching a Lens with Shutter Released or Mirror Raised When a lens is removed from the camera If the mirror is raised regardless of whether body, the mirror is set lowered and the lens the lens shutter is cocked or released , simply shutter cocked.
Mamiya RB67 Pro S User Manual
The use of digital backs, such as the Mamiya ZD Back or others, is easy through direct, digital communication with the camera body. Distinctive features include a convenient revolving back, bellows focusing, large, bright viewfinder, and extensive system of accessories. Unbeatable combination The Mamiya RZ Professional system has long been one of the favorite camera systems in the world. It is no wonder, when you look at its combination of smart, photographer friendly features, and its world-renowned optics. They are the result of an evolution into the next generation of digital large sensor cameras. They offer advanced microprocessor technology for direct communication of all camera functions to their 80mp, 33mp or 22mp digital back through the MSC Mamiya Serial Communication system. The result is cable-free digital operation just as smooth and trouble-free as shooting with film.
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