Question about Mamiya RB67 Pro SD Medium Format Camera
My havent used my RB67 ProS in 2yrs,I took it out to use today & it wont fire. The film advance lever on the right side is stuck in the up position & the silver trigger button is loose-slides in & out. Its seemes jammed. Hows this possible? Help!!
Start by making sure the dark slide is removed, the camera will not fire with it in place. The next step is to check the rotating back to make sure it is locked in either the vertical or horizontal position. Without film in the magazine, the multi-exp lever on the back must be set to show the red dot under the advance lever. You can check the camera without the back by removing the rotating back using the latch on the bottom of the camera
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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