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The Mamiya Universal, a medium format rangefinder camera introduced in 1969, stands out for its interchangeable backs and lenses. A versatile system, it accommodates Mamiya, Graflex, and Polaroid backs, with the Press back accepting P-adapters for various film holders. This model, derived from the Super 23 but without the rear bellows device, offers flexibility without compromising simplicity. Additionally, the Universal Press back adapter enables compatibility with the Mamiya RB67, expanding its adaptability.

Mamiya Universal (1969)

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