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This is a list of products made by Mamiya, including cameras and lenses. Models made by Mamiya but marketed under other labels are shown in parentheses.

Cameras[edit]

16 mm format[edit]

Mamiya 16 Automatic
  • Mamiya 16 (1949)
  • Mamiya Super 16 (1953)
  • Mamiya Super 16 II (1957)
  • Mamiya Super 16 III (Tower 16) (1958)
  • Mamiya 16 Automatic (Revue 16 Automatic) (1959)
  • Mamiya 16 Deluxe (1961)
  • Mamiya 16 EE Deluxe (1962)

126 format[edit]

  • (Argus 260 Automatic) (1964)
  • (Keystone K1020) (1966) — fixed-lens single lens reflex

35 mm format[edit]

Rangefinder[edit]

  • Mamiya 35 I (1949)
  • Mamiya 35 II (1955)
  • Mamiya 35 III (1957)
  • Mamiya Magazine 35 (1957)
  • Mamiya Wide (1957)
  • Mamiya Elca (1958)
  • Mamiya Crown (1958)
  • Mamiya Metra (1958)
  • Mamiya S (1958)
  • Mamiya Wide E (1959)
  • Mamiya Auto Metra (1959)
  • Mamiya Metra 2 (1959)
  • Mamiya Auto Metra 2 (1959)
  • Mamiya Sketch (1959) — square image format (24mm × 24mm)
  • Mamiya S2 (1959)
  • Mamiya Ruby (1959)
  • Mamiya Auto Deluxe (1960)
  • Mamiya Ruby Standard (1961)
  • Mamiya M3 (1961)
  • Mamiya EE Super Merit (Mamiya Vulcan, Honeywell Electric Eye 35R, Mansfield Eye-Tronic R) (1962)
  • Mamiya 4B (Rank Mamiya) (1963)
  • Mamiya Super Deluxe (1964)
  • Mamiya Myrapid (1965) — half-frame
  • Mamiya 135 (1977)

Single lens reflex[edit]

Mamiya ZM
Mamiya/Sekor 500DTL

Mamiya C330 Professional

  • Mamiya Prismflex (c. 1952) — prototype
  • Mamiya Pentaflex (c. 1955) — prototype
  • Mamiya Prismat (1960) — Exakta bayonet mount
  • Mamiya Prismat NP (Sears 32A, Tower 32B, Sears 32B) (1961) — Exakta bayonet mount
  • Mamiya Prismat PH (Tower 37, Tower 37A, PCA V-90) (1961) — Exakta bayonet mount
  • Mamiya Prismat WP (1962) Argus Bayonet mount
  • Mamiya Prismat WT (1962) Argus Bayonet mount
  • (Nikkorex F, Ricoh Singlex, Nikkor J) (1962) — Nikon F-mount
  • Mamiya Prismat CPH (1963) — Exakta bayonet mount
  • Mamiya Prismat CWP (Mamiya Prismat CP) (1964) — Exakta bayonet mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor 500TL (1966) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor 1000TL (1966) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor 500DTL (1968) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor 1000DTL (1968) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor 2000DTL (1969) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor AutoXTL (1972) — Mamiya XTL bayonet mount
  • Mamiya X-1000 (1974) — Mamiya XTL bayonet mount
  • Mamiya MSX 500 (1974) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya MSX 1000 (1975) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya DSX 500 (1975) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya DSX 1000 B (1975) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya NC-1000 (1978) — Mamiya NC bayonet mount
  • Mamiya NC-1000s (1978) — Mamiya NC bayonet mount
  • Mamiya ZE (1980) — Mamiya Z bayonet mount
  • Mamiya ZE-2 (1980) — Mamiya Z bayonet mount
  • Mamiya ZE-X (1981) — Mamiya Z bayonet mount
  • Mamiya ZM (1982) — Mamiya Z bayonet mount
  • Mamiya ZF (c. 1983) — prototype

Fixed-lens SLR[edit]

Mamiya c330 for sale
  • Mamiya Auto-Lux 35 (1961)
  • Mamiya Prismat Family (1962)
  • Mamiya Prismat 528TL (1967)
  • Mamiya Prismat 528AL (1975)

Viewfinder[edit]

Tower 41 (Mamiya Automatic 35 EEF)
  • Mamiya Mammy (1953) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya Speed Shot Special (a.k.a. Mamiya Pistol Camera) (c. 1954) — half-frame; rare police model; not sold to public
  • Mamiya Automatic 35 EEF (Tower 39, Tower 41) (1961) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya EE Merit (Honeywell Electric Eye) (1962) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya 135 EF (1979) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya 135 AF (1980) — auto-focus
  • Mamiya U (1981) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya 135 EF2 (1982) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya M (1982) — auto-focus
  • Mamiya U Auto Focus (1983) — auto-focus
  • Mamiya M Time Memory (1983) — auto-focus

6×4.5 cm format[edit]

Mamiya 645 Super

For details, see Mamiya 645.

Mamiya 645 manual focus series[edit]

  • The M645 (discontinued) was manufactured from 1975 to 1987 — the first model and the launch of the Mamiya 645 system
  • The M645 1000S (discontinued) was manufactured from 1976 to 1990 — added a 1/1000 second shutter speed, self-timer and a depth-of-field preview lever
  • The M645J (discontinued) was manufactured from 1979 to 1982 — a stripped down version of the M645
  • The Mamiya 645 Super (discontinued) was manufactured from 1985 to 1993 — a new camera design with removable film backs
  • The Mamiya 645 Pro (discontinued) was manufactured from 1993 to 1998 — minor updates to the Mamiya 645 Super
  • The Mamiya 645 Pro-TL (discontinued) was first released in 1997 — minor updates to the Mamiya 645 Pro
  • The Mamiya 645E (discontinued) was first released in 2000 — entry-level model with a non-interchangeable back and finder

Mamiya 645 auto focus series[edit]

  • Mamiya 645AF (1999) — the first autofocus model
  • Mamiya 645AFD (2001) — added communication interface for digital backs
  • Mamiya 645AFD II (2005) — minor updates to the 645AFD
  • Mamiya 645AFD III (Phase One 645AF) (2008) — minor updates to the 645AFD II
  • Mamiya 645DF (Phase One 645DF) (2009) — digital-only (no film backs)
  • Mamiya 645DF+ (Phase One 645DF+) (2012-current) — digital-only (no film backs)

Mamiya ZD series[edit]

  • Mamiya ZD (2004) — fixed-back medium-format DSLR

6×6 cm format[edit]

Twin-lens reflex[edit]

Mamiya C220 and C330
  • Mamiyaflex Junior (1948)
  • Mamiyaflex Automat A (1949)
  • Mamiyaflex I (1951)
  • Mamiyaflex II (1952)
  • Mamiyaflex Automat B (1954)
  • Mamiyaflex Automat A II (1955)
  • Mamiyaflex Automat B II (1956)
  • Mamiyaflex Automat A III (1956)
  • Mamiyaflex C Professional (1956)
  • Mamiyaflex PF (1957) police model
  • Mamiyaflex C2 Professional (1958)
  • Mamiya C3 Professional (1962)
  • Mamiya C33 Professional (1965)
  • Mamiya C22 Professional (1966)
  • Mamiya C220 Professional (1968)
  • Mamiya C330 Professional (1969)
  • Mamiya C330f Professional (1975)
  • Mamiya C220f Professional (1982)
  • Mamiya C330s Professional (1983)

Rangefinder[edit]

  • Mamiya Six I (1940)
  • Mamiya Six I A (1941)
  • Mamiya Six III (1942)
  • Mamiya Six II (1943)
  • Mamiya Six II A (1943)
  • Mamiya-6 IV (1947)
  • Mamiya-6 V (1953)
  • Mamiya-6 K (1954)
  • Mamiya-6 IV B (1955)
  • Mamiya-6 Automat (1955)
  • Mamiya-6 K II (1956)
  • Mamiya-6 IV S (1957)
  • Mamiya-6 P (1957)
  • Mamiya-6 Automat 2 (1958)
  • Mamiya 6 (1989) — electronic 6 cm × 6 rangefinder camera
  • Mamiya 6 MF (1993) — added multi-format back feature

6×7 cm format[edit]

Mamiya RB67 Pro-SD

Mamiya C330 Serial Number Lookup

  • Mamiya RB67 Professional (1970) — mechanical 6 cm × 7 cm SLR medium-format camera
  • Mamiya RB67 Professional S (1974) — minor changes
  • Mamiya RB67 Professional GL (1982) — special edition of the Pro-S
  • Mamiya RB67 Professional SD (1990) — new, larger lens throat; older lenses require an adapter
  • Mamiya RZ67 Professional (1982) — electronic 6 cm × 7 cm SLR medium-format camera
  • Mamiya RZ67 Professional II (1995) — upgraded electronics
  • Mamiya RZ67 Professional IID (2004-2014) — added communication interface for digital backs
  • Mamiya 7 (1995–1999) — electronic 6 cm × 7 cm rangefinder camera
  • Mamiya 7 II (1999-2011) — added multi-exposure capability and other minor improvements

6x9 cm format[edit]

Mamiya Universal
  • Mamiya Press (1960)
  • Mamiya Press G (1963)
  • Mamiya Press S (1964)
  • Mamiya Press Standard (1965)
  • Mamiya Press Super 23 (1967)
  • Mamiya Universal Press (1969)
  • (Polaroid 600/600SE) — similar to the Mamiya Universal, but with different lens and back mounts (note: not part of the 600 series consumer line)

Lenses[edit]

Mamiya 645 lenses and accessories[edit]

  • See the Mamiya 645 system article for a complete list of lenses and accessories

Mamiya RB lenses[edit]

Mamiya RB lenses come in original (single-coated), C (multi-coated), K/L (newer design multi-coated), L (newer design multi-coated, Pro-SD body only), and APO/L (low-dispersion glass, Pro-SD body only) versions.

Mamiya-Sekor Soft Focus C 150mm 1:4 lens
  • Mamiya 37 mm f/4.5 C Fisheye
  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4.5 C (current)
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.5 C
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.0 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/4.5 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/3.5 S/L Shift
  • Mamiya 90 mm f/3.8
  • Mamiya 90 mm f/3.8 C
  • Mamiya 90 mm f/3.5 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 127 mm f/3.8
  • Mamiya 127 mm f/3.8 C
  • Mamiya 127 mm f/3.5 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 140 mm f/4.6 C Macro (current)
  • Mamiya 150 mm f/4.0 C Variable Soft Focus (current)
  • Mamiya 150 mm f/3.5 K/L
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.5 C
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.5 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 210 mm f/4.5 APO/L (current)
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5 C
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5 APO/L (current)
  • Mamiya 350 mm f/5.6 APO/L (current)
  • Mamiya 360 mm f/6.3
  • Mamiya 360 mm f/6.3 C
  • Mamiya 360 mm f/6.3 K/L
  • Mamiya 500 mm f/8.0 C
  • Mamiya 500 mm f/6.0 APO/L
  • Mamiya 100–200 mm f/5.2 C Zoom (current)
  • Mamiya No. 1 extension tube (45mm) (Pro/Pro-s and Pro-SD versions)
  • Mamiya No. 2 extension tube (82mm) (Pro/Pro-s and Pro-SD versions)

Mamiya RZ lenses[edit]

Mamiya RZ lenses feature Seiko #1 electronic shutters.

  • Mamiya 37 mm f/4.5 Fisheye (current)
  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4.5 ULD L (current)
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.0
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.0 L-A(current)
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/3.5 L
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/4.5 L Short Barrel
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/4.5 Shift (current)
  • Mamiya 90 mm f/3.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 110 mm f/2.8
  • Mamiya 110 mm f/2.8 W (current)
  • Mamiya 127 mm f/3.8
  • Mamiya 127 mm f/3.5
  • Mamiya 140 mm f/4.5 Macro
  • Mamiya 140 mm f/4.5 L-A Macro (current)
  • Mamiya 150 mm f/3.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.0 D/L Variable Soft Focus (current)
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.5 Short Barrel (current)
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.5 W-N (current)
  • Mamiya 210 mm f/4.5 APO (current)
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5 APO (current)
  • Mamiya 350 mm f/5.6 APO (current)
  • Mamiya 360 mm f/6.0
  • Mamiya 500 mm f/8.0
  • Mamiya 500 mm f/6.0 APO
  • Mamiya 100–200 mm f/5.2 Zoom (current)

Mamiya 6 lenses[edit]

  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/3.5
  • Mamiya 150 mm f/4.5

Mamiya 7 lenses[edit]

  • Mamiya 43 mm f/4.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.0 (current)
  • Mamiya 80 mm f/4.0 (current)
  • Mamiya 150 mm f/4.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 210 mm f/8.0 (current)

Mamiya-Sekor E and EF lenses[edit]

Mamiya-Sekor E f1.7 50 mm
Mamiya-Sekor E f2 50 mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:2.8 f=28mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:3.5 f=28mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:2.8 f=35mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:1.4 f=50mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:1.7 f=50mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:2 f=50mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:3.5 f=50mm Macro
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:2.8 f=135mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:3.5 f=135mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:4 f=200mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:4 f=300mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 1:3.5-4.5 f=28-50mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 1:3.5-4.5 f=35-70mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 1:3.5-4.3 f=35-105mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 1:3.8 f=70-150mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 1:3.8 f=80-200mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor Zoom E 1:4 f=80-200mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor EF 1:2.8 f=35mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor EF 1:1.4 f=50mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor EF 1:1.7 f=50mm
  • Mamiya-Sekor E 1:2.8 f=135mm

Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS lenses[edit]

Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS f2.8 28 mm
Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS f2.8 135 mm

M42 list from [1] (lenses 3.5/14mm until 3.5/45-90mm) and own collection (lens 3.8/80-200mm)

  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:3.5 f=14mm Fisheye
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:2.8 f=21mm
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:2.8 f=28mm
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:2.8 f=35mm
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:1.4 f=50mm
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:1.7 f=50mm
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:2 f=50mm
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:3.5 f=50mm Macro
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:2.8 f=135mm
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:3.5 f=200mm
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor CS 1:4 f=300mm
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor Zoom CS 1:3.5 f=45-90mm
  • Auto Mamiya-Sekor Zoom CS 1:3.8 f=80-200mm

Mamiya/Sekor M42 lenses[edit]

Pentax K-30 with a Mamiya / Sekor 50mm f/2 lens (front)

M42 list from [2]

  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=28 mm
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=28 mm
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=28 mm
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2 f=50 mm Model I (DTL Series)
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2 f=50 mm Model II (DTL Series)
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=50 mm
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 55 mm 1:1.4
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:1.8 f=55 mm
  • mamiya-sekor 1:1.7 f=58 mm
  • mamiya macro sekor 1:2.8 f=60 mm
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=135 mm (TL Series)
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=135 mm (DTL Series)
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:3.5 f=200 mm Model III
  • mamiya/sekor 1:6.3 f=400 mm

The mamiya/sekor 55mm 1:1.4 is known to have radioactive thorium glass elements.

Accessories[edit]

Flash units[edit]

  • Mamiyalite ZE
  • Mamiyalite MZ 36R
  • Mamiya Auto 480 Model 2

Digital camera backs[edit]

  • Mamiya ZD Back — compatible with 645AFDII, 645AFDIII and through HX701 adapter RZ67 Pro IID
  • Mamiya DM22 — bundled with a 645DF
  • Mamiya DM28 — bundled with a 645DF
  • Mamiya DM33 — bundled with a 645DF

Gallery[edit]

  • Mamiya M645 1000S

  • Mamiya C33 focus chart

  • Mamiya C220

  • Mamiya C330 with lenses removed

  • Mamiya RB67 120 film back

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  • animation of Mamiya RZ67 focusing Mobb deep discography.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mamiya cameras.

Further reading[edit]

  • Mamiya Camera Museum - in Japanese

References[edit]

  1. ^Mamiya NC1000s Bedienungsanleitung (user manual)
  2. ^The Unofficial Homepage for Mamiya NC Series Cameras / Various Interesting M42 Screw Mount Lenses

External links[edit]

  • R.Herron's Collecting Mamiya 35 mm (Collector site for Mamiya 35mm)
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This page provides a visual overview over the various design elements of the Mamiya Six series of folding cameras. The images have been provided to allow the use an accurate identification of the various models and variants. You are strongly advised to use the dichotomous key provided on the main Mamiya Six page, as this will guide you in the identification of models.

  • 1Lenses and Shutters
  • 2Body Shape Variations
  • 3Knobs and Struts
  • 4Lettering and Labelling

Lenses and Shutters

The Mamiya Six was manufactured in a wide range of lenses and shutters. That holds particularly true for the pre-War and War period, when prospective buyers could even bring in their own shutters and lenses to be fitted. Note that the lens and shutter combinations have been arranged alphabetically, not chronologically.


K.O.L. Anastigmat 7.5cm f/3.5
in MSU-TOKYO NEW HIT shutter

K.O.L. Special 7.5cm f/3.5
in NKS–TOKIO shutter

K.O.L. Special 7.5cm f/3.5
in TYS-II shutter

OlympusZuiko C. f/35. 75mm
in Seikosha-Rapid shutter

T.S.M. Anastigmat f/3.5 75mm
in OLYMPUS-TOKYO-N KOHO shutter

Tokyo Optical Co. C. Simlar f/3.5 75mm
in Seikosha-Rapid shutter

Tokyo Optical Co. Toko f/3.5 75mm
in Tokyo Opt. Co. RECTUS shutter

Tōwa Kōki Neocon f/3.5 75mm
in Copal shutter
Lens and Shutter Combinations of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Flash Contacts


Type I
None, pull-out knob only
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Appearance of Flash Contacts of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Double Exposure Prevention


Type I
None, pull-out knob only

Type II
shutter cocked

Type II
shutter released
http://XXX.jpgDouble Exposure Prevention Systems of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Body Shape Variations

Name Plate


Serial Number to left of flash shoe, above MAMIYA SIX
12x12mm waist view finder (Mamiya Six I)

Serial Number to left of flash shoe, above MAMIYA SIX
10x10mm waist view finder, three screw (pre-war Mamiya Six II, III)

Serial Number to left of flash shoe, above MAMIYA-6
10x10mm waist view finder, two screws (post-war Mamiya Six II, III)

Serial Number to left of flash shoe, below MAMIYA-6
curved housing, tail of '6' is pointy
(Mamiya IV)

Serial Number to left of flash shoe, below MAMIYA-6
curved housing, tail of '6' is rounded
(Mamiya IV)

Serial Number to left of flash shoe, below MAMIYA-6
straight housing
(Mamiya K) [NOTE the flash shoe is missing]
Nameplate variations of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Rangefinder Windows (front)

THREE WINDOWS

central window with serrated edge

central window with smooth edge
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right window on small plate
wide margins
top of housing stepped
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right window on small plate
narrow margins
top of housing sloping
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both windows on a plate
top of housing sloping
Rangefinder window variations of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Flash Shoe


Three screws
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Two screws oblique
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Two screws vertical
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One screw
Flash-shoe variations of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Bottom Plate


Mamiya Six I, II, III,
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Appearance of the bottom plate of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)
Lookup

Film Counter Window


'MAMIYA-SIX'
Mamiya Six I, II, III,
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'MAMIYA-6'
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Details of Film Advance Counter (Red) Windows of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Pressure Plate Support


Full length, arrow as label
Mamiya Six I, II, III,

Full length, arrow embossed
Mamiya Six II, III,
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Appearance of the guide rail for the removable pressure plate of the Mamiya Six.
Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Front Door Variations


Mamiya Six II, III (war-time model)
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Mamiya Six III (post war model), IV, K
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Appearance of the front door of the Mamiya Six.
Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Door Catch Variations


Mamiya Six II, III (war-time model)
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Mamiya Six III (post war model), IV, K
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Appearance of the internal door catch of the Mamiya Six.
Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Pressure Plate

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Appearance of the removable pressure plate of the Mamiya Six.
Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Various


Eye-lets for neck strap
Mamiya Six I only
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Various Details of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)


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Knobs and Struts

Film Advance Knob


Solid, knurled Knob
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Mushroom-shaped knob
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Mushroom-shaped knob with film speed
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Mushroom-shaped knob with film type
Variations of the film advance knob of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Mamiya C330 Lenses

Front Door Release


raised button
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Variations of the front door release of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Shutter Release


rounded top

dimpled top
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cable release thred
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Variations of the shutter release of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Strut Mechanism


Three Struts
( Standard )

Two Struts
( Mamiya Six Ia &
Mamiya Six IIa )
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The Strut Systems of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Lettering and Labelling

Frame Counter


Line Arrow

Hollow triangle

Hollow broad arrow
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Filled broad arrow
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Filled triangle

Drop-shaped counter
Variations of the frame counter of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Depth of Field Indicator

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Demarcation 3.5, 5.6, 8
Distances in Meters
Small Arrow

Demarcation 3.5, 5.6, 8
Distances in Meters
Spacing: 1, 1.2 (wide)

Demarcation 3.5, 5.6, 8
Distances in Meters
Spacing: 1, 1.2 (narrow)
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Demarcation 3.5, 8, 11, 22
Distances in Meters
Spacing: 1.2, 1.5

Demarcation 3.5, 8, 11, 22
Distances in Feet
Spacing: 3.5, 5

Demarcation 3.5, 8, 11, 22
Distances in Feet
Spacing: 3.5, 4, 5

Demarcation 3.5, 8, 11, 22
Distances in Feet
Spacing: 3.5, 4, 5, 7

Demarcation 3.5, 8, 11, 22
Distances in Feet
Spacing: 4, 5

Demarcation 3.5, 8, 11, 22
Distances in Feet
90º turned; spacing: 3.5, 5
Variations of the Depth of Field Indicator of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Film Advance Lock


Line Arrows

Filled arrows
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Variations of the labelling of the Film Advance Lock of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Focus Wheel


Line Arrows

Filled arrows

Filled arrow, no '1' shown
Variations of the focus wheel of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Made in Japan

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' MADE IN OCCUPIED JAPAN'
engraved on the bottom plate
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' MADE IN OCCUPIED JAPAN'
embossed in the door latch
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Placement of the designator 'Made in Occupied Japan' Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)

Labels on the Inside


MAMIYA SIX 6x6
TOKYO NIPPON
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Labels found in the back door of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)


Notes


Mamiya Six I
sn #2854
Additional
Images
Mamiya Six III
war-time
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Additional
Images
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Mamiya Six III
post war
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Additional
Images
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Mamiya Six IV
sn #XXXX
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Additional
Images
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Rangefinder Technology of the Mamiya Six. Images by Dirk HR Spennemann. (Image rights)


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