List of Mamiya products

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This is a list of products made by Mamiya, including cameras and lenses. Models made by Mamiya but marketed under other labels are shown in parentheses.

Cameras[edit]

16 mm format[edit]

Mamiya 16 Automatic
  • Mamiya 16 (1949)
  • Mamiya Super 16 (1953)
  • Mamiya Super 16 II (1957)
  • Mamiya Super 16 III (Tower 16) (1958)
  • Mamiya 16 Automatic (Revue 16 Automatic) (1959)
  • Mamiya 16 Deluxe (1961)
  • Mamiya 16 EE Deluxe (1962)

126 format[edit]

  • (Argus 260 Automatic) (1964)
  • (Keystone K1020) (1966) — fixed-lens single lens reflex

35 mm format[edit]

Rangefinder[edit]

  • Mamiya 35 I (1949)
  • Mamiya 35 II (1955)
  • Mamiya 35 III (1957)
  • Mamiya Magazine 35 (1957)
  • Mamiya Wide (1957)
  • Mamiya Elca (1958)
  • Mamiya Crown (1958)
  • Mamiya Metra (1958)
  • Mamiya S (1958)
  • Mamiya Wide E (1959)
  • Mamiya Auto Metra (1959)
  • Mamiya Metra 2 (1959)
  • Mamiya Auto Metra 2 (1959)
  • Mamiya Sketch (1959) — square image format (24mm × 24mm)
  • Mamiya S2 (1959)
  • Mamiya Ruby (1959)
  • Mamiya Auto Deluxe (1960)
  • Mamiya Ruby Standard (1961)
  • Mamiya M3 (1961)
  • Mamiya EE Super Merit (Mamiya Vulcan, Honeywell Electric Eye 35R, Mansfield Eye-Tronic R) (1962)
  • Mamiya 4B (Rank Mamiya) (1963)
  • Mamiya Super Deluxe (1964)
  • Mamiya Myrapid (1965) — half-frame
  • Mamiya 135 (1977)

Single lens reflex[edit]

Mamiya ZM
  • Mamiya Prismflex (c. 1952) — prototype
  • Mamiya Pentaflex (c. 1955) — prototype
  • Mamiya Prismat (1960) — Exakta bayonet mount
  • Mamiya Prismat NP (Sears 32A, Tower 32B, Sears 32B) (1961) — Exakta bayonet mount
  • Mamiya Prismat PH (Tower 37, Tower 37A, PCA V-90) (1961) — Exakta bayonet mount
  • (Nikkorex F, Ricoh Singlex, Nikkor J) (1962) — Nikon F-mount
  • Mamiya Prismat CPH (1963) — Exakta bayonet mount
  • Mamiya Prismat CWP (Mamiya Prismat CP) (1964) — Exakta bayonet mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor 500TL (1966) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor 1000TL (1966) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor 500DTL (1968) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor 1000DTL (1968) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor 2000DTL (1969) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya/Sekor AutoXTL (1972) — Mamiya XTL bayonet mount
  • Mamiya X-1000 (1974) — Mamiya XTL bayonet mount
  • Mamiya MSX 500 (1974) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya MSX 1000 (1975) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya DSX 500 (1975) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya DSX 1000 B (1975) — M42 lens mount
  • Mamiya NC-1000 (1978) — Mamiya NC bayonet mount
  • Mamiya NC-1000s (1978) — Mamiya NC bayonet mount
  • Mamiya ZE (1980) — Mamiya Z bayonet mount
  • Mamiya ZE-2 (1980) — Mamiya Z bayonet mount
  • Mamiya ZE-X (1981) — Mamiya Z bayonet mount
  • Mamiya ZM (1982) — Mamiya Z bayonet mount
  • Mamiya ZF (c. 1983) — prototype

Fixed-lens SLR[edit]

  • Mamiya Auto-Lux 35 (1961)
  • Mamiya Prismat Family (1962)
  • Mamiya Prismat 528TL (1967)
  • Mamiya Prismat 528AL (1975)

Viewfinder[edit]

Tower 41 (Mamiya Automatic 35 EEF)
  • Mamiya Mammy (1953) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya Speed Shot Special (a.k.a Mamiya Pistol Camera) (c. 1954) — half-frame; rare police model; not sold to public
  • Mamiya Automatic 35 EEF (Tower 39, Tower 41) (1961) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya EE Merit (Honeywell Electric Eye) (1962) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya 135 EF (1979) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya 135 AF (1980) — auto-focus
  • Mamiya U (1981) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya 135 EF2 (1982) — zone focus system
  • Mamiya M (1982) — auto-focus
  • Mamiya U Auto Focus (1983) — auto-focus
  • Mamiya M Time Memory (1983) — auto-focus

6×4.5 cm format[edit]

Mamiya 645 Super

Mamiya 645 manual focus series[edit]

  • The M645 (discontinued) was manufactured from 1975 to 1987. This was the first model to offer a 6x4.5 cm frame, allowing 15 shots on a standard 120 roll film. The M645 was a true system camera, with interchangeable viewfinders and lenses. It used an electronically controlled cloth focal plane shutter offering speeds of 8 seconds to 1/500 second in one-stop increments. The camera featured a mirror lockup, as well as selectable multi-exposure. Film was carried in cartridges that could be pre-loaded, but no capability existed to allow changing of film magazines mid-roll. A waist-level non-metered finder was available, as well as a non metered pentaprism and three varieties of metered prisms (CdS, PD-S and AE). The metered prisms read the aperture dial through a mechanical coupling.
  • The M645 1000S (discontinued) was manufactured from 1976 to 1990. This camera added a 1/1000 second shutter speed to the M645, as well as a self-timer and a depth-of-field preview lever.
  • The M645J (discontinued) was manufactured from 1979 to 1982. This was a stripped down version of the M645, with the mirror lockup knob removed.
  • The Mamiya 645 Super (discontinued) was manufactured from 1985 to 1993. This was a new camera with a moulded plastic shell on a diecast metal frame. Its features are as for the M645 1000s (indeed it is able to use the same lenses and film cartridges). It added removable film backs, whereby a dark-slide could be inserted and the back removed mid-roll.
  • The Mamiya 645 Pro (discontinued) was manufactured from 1993 to 1998.
  • The Mamiya 645 Pro-TL (discontinued) was first released in 1997.
  • The Mamiya 645E (discontinued) was first released in 2000. Entry-level camera, non-interchangeable back, popular among beginners.

Mamiya 645 auto focus series[edit]

  • Mamiya 645AF (1999)
  • Mamiya 645AFD (2001) — added communication interface for digital backs
  • Mamiya 645AFD II (2005)
  • Mamiya 645AFD III (Phase One 645AF) (2008)
  • Mamiya 645DF (Phase One 645DF) (2009) — digital-only (no film backs)
  • Mamiya 645DF+ (Phase One 645DF+) (2012-current) — digital-only (no film backs)

Mamiya ZD series[edit]

  • Mamiya ZD (2004) — fixed-back medium-format DSLR

6×6 cm format[edit]

Twin-lens reflex[edit]

Mamiya C220 and C330

Rangefinder[edit]

6×7 cm format[edit]

Mamiya RB67 Pro-SD

6x9 cm format[edit]

Mamiya Universal
  • Mamiya Press (1960)
  • Mamiya Press G (1963)
  • Mamiya Press S (1964)
  • Mamiya Press Standard (1965)
  • Mamiya Press Super 23 (1967)
  • Mamiya Universal Press (1969)
  • (Polaroid 600/600SE) — similar to the Mamiya Universal, but with different lens and back mounts (note: not part of the 600 series consumer line)


Lenses[edit]

Mamiya 645 lenses and lens accessories[edit]

Adapters exist to use these lenses on either Nikon F or the Canon EF mount. These lenses also work manually on the Mamiya 645DF and Phase One 645DF.

Zoom[edit]

Focal length Aperture Aperture Range Minimum focusing Equivalent Focal Length in 35 mm format Filter Size
55 - 110 mm f/4.5 4.5-32 1.5 m/4.92' 34-69 mm 67 mm
105 - 210 mm f/4.5 4.5-32 1.8 m/5.91' 66-130 mm 77 mm

Prime[edit]

Focal length Aperture Macro Aperture Range Minimum focusing Equivalent Focal Length in 35 mm format Filter Size
24 mm fisheye f/4 No 4-22 0.3 m/1' 15 mm Built-in
35 mm f/3.5 No 3.5-22 0.45 m/1.5' 22 mm 77 mm
45 mm f/2.8 No 2.8-22 0.45 m/1.5' 28 mm 67 mm
50 mm Shift f/4 No 4-32 0.45 m/1.5' 31 mm 77 mm
55 mm f/2.8 No 2.8-22 0.45 m/1.5' 34 mm 58 mm
55 mm L. S. f/2.8 No 2.8-22 0.45 m/1.5' 34 mm 67 mm
70 mm L. S. f/2.8 No 2.8-22 0.8 m/2.75' 44 mm 58 mm
80 mm f/4 Yes 4-22 0.37 m/1.2' 50 mm 67 mm
80 mm f/2.8 No 2.8-22 0.7 m/2.2' 50 mm 58 mm
80 mm f/1.9 No 1.9-22 0.7 m/2.2' 50 mm 67 mm
110 mm f/2.8 No 2.8-22 1.2 m/4' 69 mm 58 mm
120 mm APO f/4 Yes 4-32 0.4 m/1.34' 74 mm 67 mm
145 mm SF f/4 No 4-32 1.5 m/5' 91 mm 77 mm
150 mm f/3.5 No 3.5-32 1.5 m/5' 93 mm 58 mm
200 mm APO f/2.8 No 2.8-22 2.44 m/8' 124 mm 77 mm
210 mm f/4 No 4-32 2.5 m/8' 130 mm 58 mm
300 mm f/5.6 No 5.6-32 4 m/15' 186 mm 58 mm
300 mm APO f/2.8 No 2.8-22 3.5 m/11.5' 186 mm 43.5 mm rear
500 mm f/5.6 No 5.6-32 9 m/30' 310 mm 105 mm
500 mm APO f/4.5 No 4.5-32 5 m/16' 310 mm 43.5 mm rear

Extension Tubes[edit]

Name Length
No. 1 11.8 mm
No. 2 23.6 mm
No. 3S 35.4 mm

Mamiya 645AF lenses[edit]

Some Mamiya 645 AF lenses are also sold as Phase One lenses. Phase One sells Schneider-Kreuznach lenses, which are also branded as Mamiya.

  • Mamiya Sekor (Phase One) AF 28 mm f/4.5 D Aspherical
  • Schneider-Kreuznach (Mamiya Sekor) AF 28 mm f/4.5 LS D — leaf shutter
  • Mamiya Sekor (Phase One) AF 35 mm f/3.5 D
  • Mamiya Sekor (Phase One) AF 45 mm f/2.8 D
  • Mamiya AF 55 mm f/2.8
  • Schneider-Kreuznach (Mamiya Sekor) AF 55 mm f/2.8 LS D — leaf shutter
  • Mamiya Sekor (Phase One) AF 80 mm f/2.8 D
  • Schneider-Kreuznach (Mamiya Sekor) AF 80 mm f/2.8 LS D — leaf shutter
  • Schneider-Kreuznach (Mamiya Sekor) AF 110 mm f/2.8 LS D — leaf shutter
  • Mamiya Sekor (Phase One) Macro MF 120 mm f/4.0 — manual focus only
  • Mamiya Sekor (Phase One) AF 120 mm f/4.0 Macro
  • Schneider-Kreuznach 120 mm f/5.6 Tilt/Shift Aspherical
  • Mamiya Sekor (Phase One) AF 150 mm f/2.8 IF D — internal focusing
  • Schneider-Kreuznach (Mamiya Sekor) AF 150 mm f/3.5 LS D — leaf shutter
  • Mamiya AF ULD 210 mm f/4.0 IF — internal focusing
  • Schneider-Kreuznach (Mamiya Sekor) AF 240 mm f/4.5 LS D — leaf shutter
  • Mamiya AF APO 300 mm f/4.5 IF — internal focusing
  • Mamiya Sekor Zoom AF 55–110 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya Sekor Zoom (Phase One) AF 75–150 mm f/4.5 D
  • Schneider-Kreuznach (Mamiya Sekor) AF 75-150 mm f/4.5-5.6 LS D — leaf shutter
  • Mamiya Zoom AF ULD 105–210 mm f/4.5

Mamiya RB lenses[edit]

Mamiya RB lenses come in original (single-coated), C (multi-coated), K/L (newer design multi-coated), L (newer design multi-coated, Pro-SD body only), and APO/L (low-dispersion glass, Pro-SD body only) versions.

  • Mamiya 37 mm f/4.5 C Fisheye
  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4.5 C (current)
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.5 C
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.0 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/4.5 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/3.5 S/L Shift
  • Mamiya 90 mm f/3.8
  • Mamiya 90 mm f/3.8 C
  • Mamiya 90 mm f/3.5 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 127 mm f/3.8
  • Mamiya 127 mm f/3.8 C
  • Mamiya 127 mm f/3.5 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 140 mm f/4.6 C Macro (current)
  • Mamiya 150 mm f/4.0 C Variable Soft Focus (current)
  • Mamiya 150 mm f/3.5 K/L
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.5 C
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.5 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 210 mm f/4.5 APO/L (current)
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5 C
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5 K/L (current)
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5 APO/L (current)
  • Mamiya 350 mm f/5.6 APO/L (current)
  • Mamiya 360 mm f/6.3
  • Mamiya 360 mm f/6.3 C
  • Mamiya 360 mm f/6.3 K/L
  • Mamiya 500 mm f/8.0 C
  • Mamiya 500 mm f/6.0 APO/L
  • Mamiya 100–200 mm f/5.2 C Zoom (current)
  • Mamiya No. 1 extension tube (45mm) (Pro/Pro-s and Pro-SD versions)
  • Mamiya No. 2 extension tube (82mm) (Pro/Pro-s and Pro-SD versions)

Mamiya RZ lenses[edit]

Mamiya RZ lenses feature Seiko #1 electronic shutters.

  • Mamiya 37 mm f/4.5 Fisheye (current)
  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4.5
  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4.5 ULD L (current)
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.0
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.0 L-A(current)
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/3.5 L
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/4.5 L Short Barrel
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/4.5 Shift (current)
  • Mamiya 90 mm f/3.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 110 mm f/2.8
  • Mamiya 110 mm f/2.8 W (current)
  • Mamiya 127 mm f/3.8
  • Mamiya 127 mm f/3.5
  • Mamiya 140 mm f/4.5 Macro
  • Mamiya 140 mm f/4.5 L-A Macro (current)
  • Mamiya 150 mm f/3.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.0 D/L Variable Soft Focus (current)
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.5 Short Barrel (current)
  • Mamiya 180 mm f/4.5 W-N (current)
  • Mamiya 210 mm f/4.5 APO (current)
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 250 mm f/4.5 APO (current)
  • Mamiya 350 mm f/5.6 APO (current)
  • Mamiya 360 mm f/6.0
  • Mamiya 500 mm f/8.0
  • Mamiya 500 mm f/6.0 APO
  • Mamiya 100–200 mm f/5.2 Zoom (current)

Mamiya 6 lenses[edit]

  • Mamiya 50 mm f/4
  • Mamiya 75 mm f/3.5
  • Mamiya 150 mm f/4.5

Mamiya 7 lenses[edit]

  • Mamiya 43 mm f/4.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 65 mm f/4.0 (current)
  • Mamiya 80 mm f/4.0 (current)
  • Mamiya 150 mm f/4.5 (current)
  • Mamiya 210 mm f/8.0 (current)

Mamiya/Sekor M42 lenses[edit]

Pentax K-30 with a Mamiya / Sekor 50mm f/2 lens (side)
Pentax K-30 with a Mamiya / Sekor 50mm f/2 lens (front)

M42 list from [1]

  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=28 mm
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=28 mm
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=28 mm
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2 f=50 mm Model I (DTL Series)
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2 f=50 mm Model II (DTL Series)
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=50 mm
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 55 mm 1:1.4
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:1.8 f=55 mm
  • mamiya macro sekor 1:2.8 f=60 mm
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=135 mm (TL Series)
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:2.8 f=135 mm (DTL Series)
  • AUTO mamiya/sekor 1:3.5 f=200 mm Model III
  • mamiya/sekor 1:6.3 f=400 mm

Accessories[edit]

Flash units[edit]

  • Mamiyalite ZE
  • Mamiyalite MZ 36R
  • Mamiya Auto 480 Model 2

Digital camera backs[edit]

  • Mamiya ZD Back — compatible with 645AFDII, 645AFDIII and through HX701 adapter RZ67 Pro IID
  • Mamiya DM22 — bundled with a 645DF
  • Mamiya DM28 — bundled with a 645DF
  • Mamiya DM33 — bundled with a 645DF

Gallery[edit]


Further reading[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Unofficial Homepage for Mamiya NC Series Cameras / Various Interesting M42 Screw Mount Lenses

External links[edit]