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Mamiya 7 7ii with a Really Right Stuff plate
Old 08-29-2015   #1
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Mamiya 7 7ii with a Really Right Stuff plate

New to the Mamiya 7ii and looking for an L bracket to use to mount to my RRS head. The RRS site documents their generic plate fits on the 7 7ii but unclear if one can still change film with it on. this is the link
http://www.reallyrightstuff.com/Shop/Mamiya-7-and-7-II/
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Yes, you can change film with it attached. What you can't do (unlike the now unavailable Kirk version) is use a cable release with it on. You could possible modify it with a dremel if you needed to.

By the way, I have 2 as new RRS B53 flat plates for the Mamiya 7/7II (I sold my Mamiya's) if they're of any use to you.
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Craig,
thanks man for all the info. no issue utilizing the dremel to allow cable release functionality!
I did a quick search for B53 plate which doesnt look to be a current production itemt and must have been replaced with the MC-L plate. love to put one of them to use, what would it cost me?
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Craig,
Dude, you are so the man! Got the plates in the mail and that is exactly what I needed. Passing the second one on to a friend with a 7 as well. Cheers!
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Craig,
Dude, you are so the man! Got the plates in the mail and that is exactly what I needed. Passing the second one on to a friend with a 7 as well. Cheers!
Glad to know they arrived... Better someone can use them as I no long had any use for them. Just realised this evening looking for something else that I still have the external battery for the M7 and a bunch of 58mm & 67mm filters I had for the lenses...
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FYI, the universal RRS plate is only an issue with the cable release on the Mamiya 7II, the original Mamiya 7 has the cable release socket in a different place and it's a non-issue.
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