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Old 11-13-2011   #1
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Mamiya 6 Photos...

Show your photos taken with your Mamiya 6 that you're proud of...

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Old 11-13-2011   #2
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Chapel of St Mary of the Angels, Monte Tamaro, Switzerland. Architect: Mario Botta.

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Portrait of photojournalist Antonin Kratochvil:

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Old 11-14-2011   #4
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Lovely decisive moment and composition!

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Old 11-18-2011   #5
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It's pretty funny, I've been thinking about starting this very thread, after seeing all of the lovely Mamiya 7 shots and thinking us 6 owners have been missing out...


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---_0192.jpg let me be the first to chuck a colour one up. Dave
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Old 11-18-2011   #9
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Can I just add, that over the the past 4 years, I have bought and sold over 14 different medium format systems, and that the only one I have kept is the Mamiya 6 with all 3 lenses. It was probably the best camera ever made, and the lenses and resulting imagery - always impress me. And I've even shot it in the studio, what an amazing camera, that we are lucky enough to use.


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Old 11-18-2011   #10
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Agreed. My favorite camera I think.

Here is a picture from under the bridge in Vandergrift, PA, outside of Pittsburgh.
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Old 11-18-2011   #11
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The metering sucks, the plastic hoods invariably crack. I have left the locking slide on, too many times, and as a result, maniacally stabbed at the shutter release button, thinking it was broken. The lenses are slow as hell, the frame lines are not accurate at all. I am very, very careful to not cock it too hard and fast, as I have heard that the frame advance mechanism is particularly fragile, Still I love the damn thing, I will be buried with that camera.

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Old 11-18-2011   #12
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Old 11-18-2011   #13
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I have to say I agree with mrisney such a great piece of kit I have just had the wind on mech on one of my bodies repaired the part after a several month wait was 180 plus fitting........
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I borrowed fellow RFF'er Calzone's Mamiya 6 for a day of shooting a while back. I used the 50mm f/4 lens.*


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Here's an image I took this summer in Rocky Mountain National Park with a Mamiya 6:

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Tats by *monz*, on Flickr

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One from last weekend...

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Old 12-28-2011   #22
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Glasgow. Mamiya 6 with 150mm lens.

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Caitriona - very interesting phots - all three - lots to look at in each of them.
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.....damn you all. i've just gotten over my GAS and now you're making me want this camera.
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Pasta and pesto. Mamiya 6 with 75mm lens.

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Some night shots from Japan...


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Really miss my M6, my wife and son,

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May have posted these elsewhere, but here goes:

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Here are some of my pictures of a recent trip to Duisburg, the Landschaftspark, an old steelfactory.

All pictures with Mamiya 6 and 50mm, except the last one (4x5 inch). Rollei Digibase 200, developed in Tetanal C-41 and scanned on Epson V700.

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The sharpness of some of these photos is just extraordinary.
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I haven't shot mine for a long time. Looking at this thread I should get it back out and load it up! Here's a few from my flickr account


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a tricycle in winter : eggleston
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Golf Course in Arizona. Portra 160 50mm lens
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Well the M7 thread is getting some loving so how about this one

This is from my first roll of slide filem ever! Its velvia 50 and I under exposed it :-(



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A few more Mamiya 6 shots from Yellowstone and Grand Teton:


The last days of Ice


Color and Textured Flows


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