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[Collection] Mamiya C220

[Mamiya RB67] Mamiya c220

This was the first second hand camera I bought. From the moment my first roll of film was developed, I immediately fell in love with this beautiful camera.

The Mamiya C220 is a medium format twin-lens reflex camera that has been made in the early 1970′s with interchangeable lenses. The one I bought, came with the 80mm 2.8 lens. The Mamiya C220 accepts 120 and and 220 films.

What I like about this camera is the square 6×6 format, it focuses quite fast and the quality of the lens. Even in darker circumstances you can still take some beautiful pictures. You can find a series of pictures that I took with the Mamiya C220 in my Mamiya C220 flickr set.

Plane light trails on film

Landing 2

Hamish Innes-Brown took this photo with a Mamiya c330 on Kodak portra 160nc at Tullamarine airport in Melbourne, Australia.

You can find some more in his amazing flickr-set and is also selling prints of these photos over on Redbubble

Found at Petapixel

Film mafia caught redhanded…

Yesterday I witness something horrible in my mini studio. Apparently some of the rolls of Efke R 100, 120 film has teamed up, formed a mafia and is turning on the other films. Here is the full story. They are sneaking up on unsuspecting films, stripping them and stuffing them in my Mamiya RB67 backs.

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