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Mamiya Universal 6x12 and 4x5
Old 06-19-2016   #1
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Mamiya Universal 6x12 and 4x5

Howdy yall.
I haven't been active in awhile. Hope everyone is well on this nice Sunday morning.

I love my Mamiya Universal. I love my Horseman 6x12. Why not combine the two?

And with that, I give you an adapter I built that I named after my wife, "The Cristina 612B":



Here it is on the Mamiya:


Here it is from the back:


A couple notes:
- I have two Mamiya Universals. One is in the classic nice black and this one is in ugly green. I purchased this one for a song off of that auction site mainly because it came with the coveted 75mm F5.6 in good condition. I suspect the ugly color had something to do with the good deal attached to it...
- There are light leaks. This is not just due to the design of the adapter but also because the light seals within the main body of the camera have deteriorated. I am now using gaffers tape to cover up.

Some early attempts with light leaks:




One scan with less... leaks:


Will post some more when I have them. Happy Sunday!
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I'm surprised the lens covers that well. Excellent!

Is the adapter 3D printed or machined? You should make these and sell them.
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That lens comes close to covering a 4x5 neg. Next make an adapter for a 4x5 lens board: The Cristina 4x5.
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That lens comes close to covering a 4x5 neg. Next make an adapter for a 4x5 lens board: The Cristina 4x5.
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You are kidding, does that attach to a Universal? How about my Super 23?
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You are kidding, does that attach to a Universal? How about my Super 23?

I'm afraid it won't attach to your Super 23. The bellows system there simply won't allow it.

To give you a better idea of the adapter I built, notice the angles allowed opening up to 4x5:



I've yet to try the 100mm on 4x5. My guess is that there will be some vignetting. The 75mm will 100% cover 4x5. The 50mm has some vignetting.




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I'm surprised the lens covers that well. Excellent!

Is the adapter 3D printed or machined? You should make these and sell them.
Thanks! It is 3D printed. I've gone through numerous iterations to get it in focus and everything just right. I am thinking about putting it on the ShapeWays store.

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The 4x5 adapter is amazing! I, like many others, have been waiting years(literally) for Anthony Sansone to finish his 4x5 adapter that he kept promising to finish when he had the time. Great guy, just busy is all. Craftsmanship looks great!
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I'm afraid it won't attach to your Super 23. The bellows system there simply won't allow it.

To give you a better idea of the adapter I built, notice the angles allowed opening up to 4x5:



I've yet to try the 100mm on 4x5. My guess is that there will be some vignetting. The 75mm will 100% cover 4x5. The 50mm has some vignetting.






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Some place on the NET, I show some guy that did a few Mamiya Press, Super 23, Universal lenses (I may have some of the cameras wrong) and the 75 was the best to cover 4x5.
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Here's a fun one. Notice the vignetting in the corners with the 50mm lens.

It's a blast having a 90 degree FoV on a 6x12 camera :-).

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The 4x5 adapter is amazing! I, like many others, have been waiting years(literally) for Anthony Sansone to finish his 4x5 adapter that he kept promising to finish when he had the time. Great guy, just busy is all. Craftsmanship looks great!
Thanks! I'm shooting more and will post more soon!
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I'm afraid it won't attach to your Super 23. The bellows system there simply won't allow it.

To give you a better idea of the adapter I built, notice the angles allowed opening up to 4x5:



I've yet to try the 100mm on 4x5. My guess is that there will be some vignetting. The 75mm will 100% cover 4x5. The 50mm has some vignetting.




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I have never used a universal, but I thought they had an adapter to take the roll and cut film backs that fit the Super Press 23. Is that not so, and then wouldn't your adapter work unless you didn't make it to work with that adapter?
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@ charjohncarter,

I think the 75 was made for the Universal Polaroid adapter, so would have had more coverage. But JChrome's shot with the 50mm looks very good too.

Thanks for the thread JChrome!
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my homemade Mamiya/Linhof Frankencamera

Homemade w/Mamiya press parts, 75mm lens, and Linhof 4x5 back

Very minimal vignette on the 75, and roll film adaptor capable. Graflok style.
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I have never used a universal, but I thought they had an adapter to take the roll and cut film backs that fit the Super Press 23. Is that not so, and then wouldn't your adapter work unless you didn't make it to work with that adapter?


The Super 23 will accept the roll film holders of the universal. I am not sure about the cut film backs.

But the difference is that there is no M adapter, which only the Universal accepts. The Super 23's bellows system takes up a lot of room and unless you want to do some serious hacking only then will it fit.


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Would this take a Sinar Zoom? Got a Mamiya and a back around....
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Homemade w/Mamiya press parts, 75mm lens, and Linhof 4x5 back



Very minimal vignette on the 75, and roll film adaptor capable. Graflok style.


So awesome. Love it!

Which viewfinder are you using? The 65mm one?


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@ charjohncarter,

I think the 75 was made for the Universal Polaroid adapter, so would have had more coverage. But JChrome's shot with the 50mm looks very good too.

Thanks for the thread JChrome!

Thanks. Yea the project is a lot of fun. The 50mm is a fantastic lens. I'm in love with it.

I've got another prototype on the way to me now that should help with light leaks.


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The Super 23 will accept the roll film holders of the universal. I am not sure about the cut film backs.

But the difference is that there is no M adapter, which only the Universal accepts. The Super 23's bellows system takes up a lot of room and unless you want to do some serious hacking only then will it fit.


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Anything that will take the roll film backs should take the cut film holders as well. As I recall, there are three cut film holders and a simple GG back. I have the GG back, and the cut film holder/GG with the cover that swings up. There was also a cut film/BB with a mirror that brought the image right side up (and maybe unreversed, I don't recall), and one the allowed the viewfinder to rotate. The cut film holders and the roll film backs all fit on the 23 I have.
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Thanks. Yea the project is a lot of fun. The 50mm is a fantastic lens. I'm in love with it.

I've got another prototype on the way to me now that should help with light leaks.


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I have the 50mm as well, but no viewfinder. I found that with 6x7, which my backs are, that the horizontal for 6x9 on the 65mm finders, works with the 50mm for 6x7, nearly anyway.
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So awesome. Love it!

Which viewfinder are you using? The 65mm one?


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Yes, that's the 65mm Mamiya viewfinder. The 75mm viewfinder is appropriate but hard to find alone. Only found sporadically with the lens!
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For the Fuji 50mm you could use the Mamiya 50mm viewfinder. They are both made for 6x9. Or a 21mm viewvinder for 135 format. Used that before I misplaced it somewhere.
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You are kidding, does that attach to a Universal? How about my Super 23?
Maybe to clarify what others have said:

The Universal Press uses a universal adapter in place of the tilting back of the Super. Without an adapter the Universal will take the Polaroid Back, with the M-adapter it takes the Mamiya roll film backs, and with the G-adapter it takes the 2x3 Graflok backs.

The opening is about 3.5x4.5 inches without the adapters. The OP's adapter has a tapered section to open it up to full 4x5 inches. It looks like it takes 4x5 Graflok backs

On the Super there is only a choice of backs taking either the 2x3 Graflok backs or the Mamiya backs, which will take their respective ground glass and cut film holders as well as the roll film holders. But they are either/or, not interchangeable with each other or anything else.

Hope this makes things more understandable.
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Maybe to clarify what others have said:

The Universal Press uses a universal adapter in place of the tilting back of the Super. Without an adapter the Universal will take the Polaroid Back, with the M-adapter it takes the Mamiya roll film backs, and with the G-adapter it takes the 2x3 Graflok backs.

The opening is about 3.5x4.5 inches without the adapters. The OP's adapter has a tapered section to open it up to full 4x5 inches. It looks like it takes 4x5 Graflok backs

On the Super there is only a choice of backs taking either the 2x3 Graflok backs or the Mamiya backs, which will take their respective ground glass and cut film holders as well as the roll film holders. But they are either/or, not interchangeable with each other or anything else.

Hope this makes things more understandable.


Thanks for that. It's difficult to describe why the super 23 won't work but you've nailed it. Essentially the size of the bellows within the super 23 won't allow for a larger opening at the back. This is why you can't fit a Polaroid back to a super 23. Cut film holders for 6x9 film are one thing. 4x5 is something else.

Also, I didn't mount a graflok back to the adapter. Rather, I printed an adapter that a standard style lisco 4x5 holder will accept.

Currently I am working on light leak issues and playing with different designs to minimize them.


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Ah so! I would shoot for the Graflok as development proceeds. Actually the only real difference is the Graflok has the locking sliders on it as you can mount the sheet film holder without the rest of the ground glass back in the Graflok. I do that with my Pacemaker Crown Graphic when I am working handheld, no need to carry that extra weight around.

I other words, the ground glass back fits into the Graflok back just like a roll film holder.
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I want one of the 6x12 adapters. Where can I find one?
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A homemade 4X5 w/ Linhof back, and a Mamiya Press breechlock on the front. Various Focus helicals allow focus on various LF lenses.

This lens is a 75mm Mamiya w/ red P. Aaaaaalmost 4X5.
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Hello,

I'm new to this forum. Infact I became aware of it because I was searching the internet in regards of Mamiya Universal conversions, so I found this cool thread.

I plan to do a Mamiya Universal conversion in order to use it with various film holders. I am definitely interested in taking pics on 4x5 film. So my dream setting for the Universal would be to be able to use a Grafmatic holder for 4x5, and/or a Fuji Quickload holder (respectively Kodak Readyload holder) to use with pack film. I addition to that I'd also like to convert the camera so that it takes the Polaroid 545i holder to shoot Pola 55 or New55 film. And finally I don't want to loose the option to use the normal 6x9/6x7 backs. Now my question: Did anyone already try this and if so, which were your experiences? Any help would be very appreciated. I am not sure if this is entirely practicable and I am very uncertain about the adapters that I need for the conversion. Already those different adapters for the Mamiya Universal appear a bit confusing to me...

kuzano, your description of your conversion is very interesting. Do you have some photos, or step by step descriptions regarding your project?

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I want one of the 6x12 adapters. Where can I find one?
Just go to eBay and search 6X12. You will find Dayi, Horseman, and a couple of others.

There is a Dayi that is multi format 6x6, 6x9 and 6X12. There is also a single 6x12 format less money, and there are 6X17 that extend out from a 4X5 Graflok back.

I get Graflex 4x5 graflok backs occasionally by themselves on eBay.

I also occasionally by a Graflex Super Graphic body with a revolving back and removable GG and grafloks.

These backs are not a real difficult item to find if you are open minded. I used a Linhof IV back on the wood camera onto the front of which I mounted a Mamiya Press 23 lens mount and the red dot 75mm polaroid that is made in the Mamiya Sekor shutter and helical.
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Hello,

I'm new to this forum. Infact I became aware of it because I was searching the internet in regards of Mamiya Universal conversions, so I found this cool thread.

I plan to do a Mamiya Universal conversion in order to use it with various film holders. I am definitely interested in taking pics on 4x5 film. So my dream setting for the Universal would be to be able to use a Grafmatic holder for 4x5, and/or a Fuji Quickload holder (respectively Kodak Readyload holder) to use with pack film. I addition to that I'd also like to convert the camera so that it takes the Polaroid 545i holder to shoot Pola 55 or New55 film. And finally I don't want to loose the option to use the normal 6x9/6x7 backs. Now my question: Did anyone already try this and if so, which were your experiences? Any help would be very appreciated. I am not sure if this is entirely practicable and I am very uncertain about the adapters that I need for the conversion. Already those different adapters for the Mamiya Universal appear a bit confusing to me...

kuzano, your description of your conversion is very interesting. Do you have some photos, or step by step descriptions regarding your project?

Thanks for any tips
It would be interesting to see how you could do that with the Universal body. Frankly, I don't think you could "hog" out enough of an opening in the back of the Universal body.

So I started thinking about how I could get a mount for ALL the Mamiya lenses in front of a High Quality revolving 4X5 back with Graflok mounts for all the variables of sheet film, grafmatic 4x5 holders, and the roll film backs.

I came up with the original Mamiya 23 Press lens mount off the front of the small press cameras. All the Mamiya helicals, shutters and lenses fit that one mount. Then I came up with the Linhof IV GG and Graflok back (any number of 4x5 field camera backs will work. I just happened to run across the Linhof on eBay for $125.

I measured it out and built a box, and a viewfinder standard on top.

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Nice work, man. Ok I get it, so you didn't use the original body in order to get the right distance to the film plane and get the rear opening big enough?

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You are right. It wont cover exactly 4x5, but almost. Regarding "almost" there is a nice conversion thread here, about a guy using the Mamiya with the Polaroid 545 holder.

I still didn't get my hands on all the components that I'd like to use. But some days ago I got a Sinar back including ground glass and graflok mounts. At least the graflok mount seems to be a solution for using any holder that I want. Of course I'll have to work out the film plane distance.

kuzano you said that the 75mm lens almost covers 4x5. Shouldn't the 127mm lens cover exactly 4x5, as it is the standard lens for the Polaroid 600SE?
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I always thought the 600SE gave an image of 3x4 inches. I would not expect the lenses to cover more than that.
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kuzano you said that the 75mm lens almost covers 4x5. Shouldn't the 127mm lens cover exactly 4x5, as it is the standard lens for the Polaroid 600SE?

It will cover a full 4x5 if stopped down.

I've yet to test the 127mm on 4x5.


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It will cover a full 4x5 if stopped down.

I've yet to test the 127mm on 4x5.
That's what I've read elsewhere too. It can definitely be used with 4x5 film.
JChrome, did you test other lenses beside the 75mm and the 50mm? Have you built the above adapter from parts, or is it a 3D print?
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Nice conversions. I've given up on converting or building cameras, I'm under-equipped in gear and skills to pull it off. I'd rather spend my time shooting or scanning, and writing.

I shoot a Horseman Convertible 842 for 6x7 and 6x9. It has a 62mm lens, which translates to 32mm and 27mm in 135 format.

Also I am lucky enough to own a very nice Brooks Veriwide 100, 6x10 with 47mm Angulon (translates to 21mm in 135 format). The latter vignettes quite a bit, I hope to find a center spot filter for it someday without having to trade a kidney...
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There is a very interesting conversion with a Universal taking a 4x5 back including ground glass here (last post of the thread).
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Hey JChrome, this sounds amazing. Do you think you'll put it up on Shapeways? Or would you release the 3D model for those of us who have 3D printers? Also, would this work with a Polaroid 405 holder?
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Hey JChrome, this sounds amazing. Do you think you'll put it up on Shapeways? Or would you release the 3D model for those of us who have 3D printers? Also, would this work with a Polaroid 405 holder?
I'll PM you about it.
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