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FUJIFILM GF670 Rangefinder Folding Camera

BH #FUGF670 • MFR #16019089
FUJIFILM GF670 Rangefinder Folding Camera
Key Features
  • 6 x 6cm & 6 x 7cm Formats
  • 2.52" (6.4cm) Wide When Folded
  • Uses 120 & 220 Roll Film
  • Fujinon EBC 80mm f/3.5 Lens
The Fujifilm GF670 Rangefinder Folding Camera is a dual-medium format professional camera. It will shoot 6 × 6cm or 6 × 7cm formats, which is selectable via a simple switch (the format cannot be switched mid-roll). It accepts both 120 or 220 roll film and in the 6 × 7cm format, you'll get 20 exposures on 220 rolls, and 10 exposures on 120 rolls. In 6 × 6cm format, you get 24 exposures on 220 rolls, and 12 exposures on 120 rolls.
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FUJIFILM GF670 Overview

The Fujifilm GF670 Rangefinder Folding Camera is a dual-medium format professional camera. It will shoot 6 × 6cm or 6 × 7cm formats, which is selectable via a simple switch (the format cannot be switched mid-roll). It accepts both 120 or 220 roll film and in the 6 × 7cm format, you'll get 20 exposures on 220 rolls, and 10 exposures on 120 rolls. In 6 × 6cm format, you get 24 exposures on 220 rolls, and 12 exposures on 120 rolls.

The GF670 has an aperture priority automatic exposure mode in addition to its fully manual capabilities. This camera features center-weighted metering and an electronic leaf shutter with speeds ranging from 1/500th to 4 seconds. It also has a Bulb setting and will synch with your flash at any shutter speed.

It has an ISO range of 25 to 3200 which is set manually on a dial at the top of the camera. The GF670 has a built-in EBC Fujinon 80mm f/3.5 Fujinon lens, 35mm equivalent to 40mm in 6 × 7cm format and 44mm in 6 × 6cm format. The lens folds fully into the camera so it is protected when not in use while at the same time providing convenient portability. As with many cameras with a similar design, the lens must be set to infinity before folding it closed, to avoid damage.


Camera TypeMedium format folding camera
Film Back/LoadingDual 6 x 6cm, 6 x 7cm
Film Type120 and 220 roll film
LensFujinon ECB 80mm f/3.5
ShutterElectronic Leaf
Shutter Speed Range1/500 sec - 4 sec
Bulb with flash sync at all speeds
Film TransportManual
Flash SynchronizationYes
Exposure ModeManual shutter speed control
Setting for Aperture Priority automation
Exposure Compensation±2 EV
Hot ShoeYes
Battery Type1x CR2 lithium battery
Dimensions7 x 4.29 X 5.43" (17.8 x 10.9 x 13.8cm)
7 x 4.29 X 2.52" (17.8 x 10.9 x 6.4cm) when folded
Weight35.3 oz ( without batteries, strap or film
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9 x 6.6 x 4.9"

FUJIFILM GF670 Reviews

The Best Compact Medium Format Camera

By Prasanth M.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-05-29

Rarely you find a medium format camera as versatile as the Fujifilm GF670. I say this because I have travelled with this camera in crowded places without any hassle. When folded it fits perfectly with the Fujifilm leather case in my messenger bag. The viewfinder is bright and clear giving you a perfect idea before you hit the shutter. It's a perfect blend of vintage and modern product engineering and technology. Highly recommended if you are a street and travel photographer.

Thinking of buying a second one as a backup

By Serge
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-12-27

I've had it for over three years and I have it on me almost every day. The bellows mechanism and the cover feel a bit flimsy but they held up so far. Generally it feels a bit cheaper than what it is and how well it works. The rangefinder is superb, everything works really well. I haven't shot any color film with it yet but black and white comes out great. If Fuji brought back Neopan 1600 and released it in the 120 format I would die a happy man. I still have a stash of Neopan 400 in the fridge... I wish they sold the black version in the US. If I buy a second one I would probably go for the Japanese black version. Silver paint is not the greatest look, but that's just me...

best folder ever

By kamerakorner
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-10-15

This is the best folder you can buy. The photos are fantastic! It is accurate, easy to use and so quiet that you won't know if it took the picture. It is so quiet that it puts Leica to shame. This is the camera to buy, especially over any folder before 1960.

This camera goes with me everywhere.

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-09-11

This is my go to camera, I carry it everywhere with me. I have taken it to 6 continents and countless countries. I would suggest it to anyone. The camera is extremely compact, and it seems to be completely solid. The lens is tack sharp, SHARP! The meter is accurate. My only real complaints about the camera is the lack of a self-timer, the fact that for some reason in the cold, the battery dies quickly, and there is a wind-knob not a wind-lever. The rangefinder accurate is super bright as contrasty, even in the dark of night. The focus is butter smooth, much smoother than the Mamiya 7 I used to own. I would suggest this camera to anyone who wants a compact rangefinder, or compact medium format camera.

Best Camera I've Used

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-05-24

Well this is a positive review because I really like the camera. It's a joy to look at and use. I've only shot 8 rolls of film through it, and have not yet found anything I don't like. Whoever designed it did a great job. If you don;t know much about the camera, search around the internet and see what you can find. The camera has minimal automation. Briefly: It has aperture priority and ordinary manual modes. It will fire even if the camera considers the exposure to be incorrect or out of range. While in A mode (aperture priority) you may adjust the exposure by using the exposure compensation dial, up to 2 stops either way. The meter is accurate when compared to my trusted hand-held meter; it is not easily fooled. The meter receiver is next to the rangefinder window, and is therefore not TTL. There is no DX type feature and you set the ASA/ISO manually. The film loading is typical for a swing-back medium format camera, except it is easier than normal because the take-up side only goes one way. Film advance by thumb knob/wheel instead of a lever, and this works much better than expected: it is very easy to rotate the advance, and it has a stop when you have gone far enough. Focus is manual through the rangefinder window. Double image type. The lens has a raised portion that you can positively feel in order to assists with focusing. There us an infinity stop. The lens has a leaf type shutter which is electrically fired. You might be thinking flash sync at any speed, which is true, but I don't know of a flash unit, or why you would want one ... but if you do want a flash it is possible to sync at any speed. You need a battery to fire the shutter and read the meter. The meter is automatically turned on when you unfold the lens. The shutter button has a great light touch and will perhaps surprise you when it fires. You can therefore hand-hold the camera at slower shutter speeds than expected due to the leaf shutter and truly fine shutter button.


By Kevin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-04-03

I love medium format film. Super quiet shutter and sharp images.

fast delivery

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-02-20

Very fast delivery. The camera is expensive but It definitely worth it.

Portable medium format camera with 6X7 format.

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-02-14

Easy to use and great lens. Shot two rolls so far, very hard to hear the shutter sound.

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How long will Fuji make film for this camera?
Asked by: Paul
I hope that by now you have bought the camera. As you know, it is NOS (New, Old-Stock), and no longer in manufacture. Don't hesitate! Regardless of how much hype you hear on digital, there is always something 'missing' from a digital photo. Even if you shoot in RAW, there is something hollow about digital photography. On a slightly different topic, unless you're into portraiture (which I doubt, since you're contemplating a fixed focal-length folding camera, which does not allow for a portrait (slightly telephoto) lens, I would suggest you order a couple of rolls of Kodak Ektar 100 film from B&H. In my opinion, it's the finest negative color film ever invented, using T-Grain technology, which gives you the grain characteristics of an ISO 25 film, but with the actual speed of a 100 film. Make your purchases in the dead of winter (to avoid heat damage in the mails), then place the sealed cartons in plastic freezer bags and keep them at -15 degrees F. Thaw them 24 hours before opening for use. That way, you can ignore the expiration dates, plus keep yourself covered for any future shortage of your favorite emulsion.
Answered by: David Reid C.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Is there a warranty on this camera in Feb. 2017? If so, who supports the warranty if need be? Fuji?
Asked by: ross a.
Fujifilm USA supports the warranty as it is sold here in the US.
Answered by: Perry Fujifilm Expert
Date published: 2019-07-09


What is the warranty coverage for this batch of found cameras?
Asked by: Ben C.
Included is a 1-Year Warranty from Fujifilm.
Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Who takes care of warranty issues as Fuji USA has said they do not work on them in the US?
Asked by: Anonymous
FujiFilm USA still repairs the GF 670 camera.
Answered by: Steve S Fujifilm Expert
Date published: 2018-08-28


what is the close focus distance?
Asked by: Walter G.
.9m (2.95 ft)I have one. Wonderful camera, but not for closeup shooting. Then again, three feet isn't too bad.
Answered by: William W.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Are there viewfinder magnifiers (like the leica 1.25x or 1.4x) available for this camera? If so, what options are out there? thanks
Asked by: Bryan T.
There are stickers on the camera reminding the user to retract the lens fully (focus at infinity) before closing the cover. Any attachments must be rempoved before this cover may be closed..
Answered by: harold c.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Is this camera discontinued?
Asked by: Hernn R.
According to Fuji this camera is discontinued and support limited.
Answered by: Paul W.
Date published: 2018-08-28


does it have a self-timer?
Asked by: Anonymous
To the best of my knowledge, it does not.
Answered by: harold c.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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