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Mount adapter : Mamiya RB67 to Fujifilm GFX

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Hi guys

Does any of you GFX users have any experience of mounting a Mamiya RB series lens on the GFX body; found many adapters for mamiya 645 lenses, but only the bulky Fotodiox one for 67 series.  https://fotodioxpro.com/products/rb-rz67-gfx-pro

Any hint ?

Thx

JpP

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If you want to use RZ or RB lenses (I have RZ and don't know much about RB lenses) you need to replicate the bellows as the lens doesn't have a focus ring.

I have the RZ adapter from Fotodiox for Canon EOS and it works quite well. You turn the barrel of the adapter to focus (replicate the bellows). 

I have also been looking at RZ/GFX version and it seems quite good. I don't think the kipon unit you have found will work as it is a static adapter and you would not be able to focus to lens. 

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Thank you very much noodlejam; I didn't take in account that there were no focus ring on that lenses ! Thanks for helping. I have now to wait for finding the right stuff for the purpose.

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JpP

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