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How can I link a Mamiya 7ii with a Yongnuo YN-560III and suitable Yongnuo RF transmitter?

I own a Mamiya 7ii camera and would like to use a flashgun mounted on stand with an umbrella and trigger it from the camera, manual only. Would the Yongnuo YN-560 III and a suitable Yongnuo ...
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How do you remove a film back from a Mamiya 645 Super with no darkslide?

Just got a Mamiya 645 Super with two film backs but have run into a problem. The film back attached to the camera is missing the darkslide (so it won't let me remove the back from the camera) The ...
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How to open leaf shutter on Mamiya RZ67 lens?

For some reason the leaf shutter on the 110mm lens on my Mamiya RZ67 seems to be stuck closed and refuses to open. First time using this camera so I'm bound to have done something wrong... Any ...
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Where can I get replacement parts for a Mamiya RB67 film back?

I bought a film back for my Mamiya RB off eBay over a year ago, and it has this stupid problem where the little piece that holds the top of the film spool (not the takeup reel, and not the piece that ...
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Mamiya TLR- removing shutter from mounting plate

I've recently got an old Mamiya C3 TLR, but the aperture lever has broken. The lever (like most leaf shutters) connects to the shutter near the mounting plate. How do I remove the shutter mechanism/ ...
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What is the cause of this non-uniform bokeh effect?

A friend of mine is thinking of buying a used medium-format film TLR camera (a Mamiya C330), and he showed me some of the test shots he'd taken with it. I was struck by the curiously non-uniform ...
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Mamiya 645AF *not* Digital: Can A Digital Back Be Attached?

I was poking through my "old gear" -- you know, the stuff that started collecting dust as soon as digital SLRs became viable? -- and dug out my Mamiya 645AF. I forgot what a wonderful experience ...