Vintage Refurbished [ℹ]
Mamiya Universal Medium Format Packfilm Camera with 150mm Lens
The Mamiya Universal is a medium format camera introduced in the 1950s. It was a popular choice among newspaper and magazine photographers during the mid-twentieth century. Some professional photographers who love film still shoot with these cameras today!
This camera can use medium format film if the packfilm back is exchanged for a medium format film back. A medium format film back is not included and will need to be purchased separately.
- Film type: Medium format, Polaroid packfilm
- Lens: 1:5.6 f=150mm Mamiya Sekor, interchangeable
- Shutter: 1 second - 1/500 + bulb "Blue dot"
- Focus: Manual, coincidence rangefinder
- Film back: Polaroid packfilm, interchangeable to other formats
- Batteries: None
- Flash option: PC socket with cold shoe
Check out SUPERSENSE for new film options. Expired Fuji FP-100C and FB-3000B film can be found through various outlets.
All packfilm cameras from Retrospekt are refurbished internally and externally; any defective components are replaced with refurbished, guaranteed parts. All viewfinder/rangefinders are cleaned and adjusted to ensure proper focus at all distances. These photos are of the exact camera you will receive.
This is an authentic vintage piece guaranteed to work.
This camera has experienced decades of life before finding its way to Retrospekt. As such, it will show some signs of past use. However, we are extremely picky about the condition of the cameras we restore and the parts we select for the repair process. The end result is an excellent vintage restoration that is guaranteed to work properly. Should any questions arise, we have a team of friendly people ready to help you.
This camera is covered by the Retrospekt Refurbished guarantee. Find more information about our 90-day limited warranty HERE.