Question about Mamiya RB67 Pro SD Medium Format Camera
Hi. I have a mint RZ67 with 110mm lens, which I baby.
I haven't shot with it for a while, though, and I picked it up recently and found that I can't advance the film or release the shutter. Also, I cannot remove the lens.
THe lens lock does not rotate all the way to the release position.
I have not dropped the camera and nothing has happened to it that I can think of.
Thanks, Jordan camera back will not rotate
The solution is simple. The battery is dead, so just change the battery.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
This is likely because the shutter has not been cocked all the way. Return the lens to the fully locked position and advance the film with the lever all the way down to reset the shutter. If it still doesn't work, move the lever to M for multiple exposure, make sure the back is aligned and trip the shutter release. Then fully **** the shutter again by pressing the advance lever down fully and again until it is reset. Then try to remove the lens again.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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