Question about Mamiya Professional Rb 67 Pro S W/ Pro S 120 Back, Sekor-c 90 Mm F3.8 Lens
I just purchase an RB 67 professional which looks in very good conditions. I have moved couples of times both **** lever wind the lever for film to advance and the shutter and all works perfectly. Until just today a moved the **** lever and just stop half way and stuck. The lever is half way does not move either way. The lens ring rotates counter clockwise but does not reach the red mark to enable to take the lens off. The shutter is locked. I have tried to switch the knob left side to M and off the blind leaf out to the triangle, brought the speed a 1 sec but shutter do not fire and the lever is stuck. Any help to find the way how to disengage the **** lever. Thanks to anyone can help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is not the best solution as it indicates a faulty film back. The film should advance without resorting to activating the film-wind release lever. That is only for intentionally advancing a partially exposed roll of film. Make sure the multi-exposure lever is not engaged and that the counter does advance and the red mark disappears as you advance to an unexposed frame.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
SOURCE: Mamiya C3 film advance
Hi there,Here's a link to a PDF instruction manual of your camera body.
It is possible that the crank handle is missing, as it is a removable piece. Bring your camera to a camera shop and see if they have a box of old parts to replace it with. You can either use a regular round knob, or (if you're lucky) one with a crank on it.
Posted on Aug 03, 2012
Need servicing from the service center. They disassemble the camera & unlock the shutter from internal side.
Posted on Aug 10, 2012
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