Use your Mamiya RB/RZ67-mount lenses on your FUJIFILM G-mount camera with this Pro Lens Mount Adapter from Fotodiox. Featuring a built-in focusing helicoid, this adapter can fully support both RB67 and RZ67 series lenses. This adapter is also able to support larger lenses thanks to a removable tripod foot that is compatible with Arca-type supports. The adapter is guaranteed to provide infinity focus with your lens and it features a non-reflective black interior to prevent reflections. Additionally, it has an all-metal construction with chrome-plated brass mounts.
- Mamiya RB/RZ67 Lens to FUJIFILM G Camera
- Integrated Focusing Helicoid
- Arca-Type Compatible Tripod Foot
- Infinity Focus Guaranteed
FotodioX RB/RZ67-GFX-PRO Overview
FotodioX RB/RZ67-GFX-PRO Specs
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
4.6 x 4.5 x 4.45"
FotodioX RB/RZ67-GFX-PRO Reviews
Perfect tool for Fujifilm GFX 100
Great tool, so I can use now the shift and as well my tele-lenses, for people mainly doing architectural photography from a tripod perfect!
Does exactly as advertised. Feels very well made and solid. The built in helix focussing opens up a lot of creative options for your RZ and RB lenses, including macro. Probably better on a tripod for slower portrait work as it's quite a beast to focus with a lens mounted. I notice my RZ lenses show quite a bit of chromatic aberration and lack of contrast wide open, which can be a positive or negative depending on the application. But stopped down a bit gave extremely sharp and pleasing results with great color and contrast. Bravo FotodioX!
Finally an RB Digital Back!
I've always wanted a digital back for all my RB lenses and dreamed one day something could do that. I never really thought about my 50r as a digital back but that is essentially what it is with this adapter. Yeah I know I don't get the full perspective of the lens since the lens is designed for a bigger film plane than the Fuji MF sensor but the KL RB lenses I have are super sharp and give me that DOF that I love on my RB67. Focusing is precise to the point you really need a tripod as hand held will only work well with infinity focus. In fact you can over focus infinity so it's sometimes hard to nail focus near or far without failing it in. I've even tried the 360mm f6.3 with great resultIts. It's not as sharp as some of my other lenses but that is a lens characteristic and not the adapters fault. My favorite results so far come from the 90mm KL lens which is about as sharp as the G lenses. The shutter ring is easy to release and is my only complaint as sometimes a lite touch will close it. You'll have to twist it back if it gets knocked during composition. This usually happens to me when focusing as the focus and shutter rings are close together on the adapter. I wish they made a lock or a bit firmer pop into place so it doesn't close so easily. Not a big deal to me just something worth mentioning.
Expensive but good quality
I think the price is a bit steep for non-OEM, but does the job just fine. I now realize that the lenses from my RZ kit are long relative to the GFX sensor size. My 65mm RZ lens is my widest, and I already have the GF 63mm, so not sure how much I've gained because I don't use telephoto much.
very functional, exciting possibilites
I'm a lifetime RZ67 shooter, I shoot digital more and more but at the end of the day thats the one camera I'd go down with if I had to choose. I bought this on a whim thinking it might not work great. I was confused as to how to cock the adapter (with the flange ring that attaches to the back of the RZ lens, with RZ lens set to T mode) and thought I was stuck using all the lenses wide open. Once I figured that out I was really excited. Lenses look great, not too sharp like more expensive digital glass is. Using this is my way of avoiding paying $2k or more for a GFX long/portrait/macro and I'm happier I think in general. Will be great to travel with my RZ kit and GFX50R in the same bag sharing lenses. the 180mm RZ67 soft focus lens looks incredible on here. The focus on the adapter works pretty well, larger lenses start to create a very large lens footprint coming off the front of a comparatively small camera, so support it well, don't dangle it from your camera strap and I think this will have a long life. One drawback is that infinity seems just ever so slightly out of range with some RZ lenses, not enough to be unusable but maybe enough to drive you nuts. I'll be fine using my 63mm for that.
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