I finally found the camera that completed my collection! It's the
curved nameplate Mamiya Prismat. The one I found has a lot
of issues. I've fixed the bent lens ring, but the mount is still
jammed. The film advance lever doesn't work
and the shutter release doesn't fire. As I said, there's still a lot
of work to do to make this a functional camera again ... but at
least my collection is finally complete.
Mamiya Prismat SLR (curved nameplate, c.1960)
Lens Auction Price Information!
Auction price averages are available for the interchangeable
lenses used on all Mamiya 35mm SLR cameras. Visit my Lens
Auction Prices Table to view this ongoing effort!
Instruction, Service & Repair Manual Reprints
may be purchased from this site. To see if the data you're looking
for is in the collection, check out the Instruction
Manuals page (Note: all proceeds help fund site maintenance).
October 8, 2011 General updates
and revisions were made to many pages.
May 9, 2011 Updates
and revisions were made to many pages on my site, including the Related
Links, Mamiya ZE,
& X-1000, MSX &
DSX and TL & DTL
November 21, 2010 Updates and revisions
were made to my Related
November 17, 2010 With
the help of Mamiya enthusiasts and friends, Roland Stauber's wonderful
NC1000 information site has been preserved!
May 17, 2010 Sadly,
the Mamiya NC1000 site created by Roland Stauber
was forced to shut down.
December 1, 2009 Minor
updates to my Kodak,
September 3, 2009 Minor
updates to the Camera
Auction Prices page!
September 2, 2009 Read the September
Shutterbug Magazine review of the
stunning 28-megapixel medium-format Mamiya DL28 digital camera.
With an optional magazine, it can also shoot film!
August 25, 2009 More
minor tweaks to the Mamiya
August 19, 2009 A
minor update to the Mamiya
ZE page, talking about its use without batteries!
November 16, 2007 Additions
and deletions made to the Manuals
August 31, 2007 Updates
and new graphics made for the Sunny
March 18, 2007 A
new "How-To" page, on Cleaning
the MSX Viewing Screen has been added.
November 28, 2006 Minor
changes and addtions to the Home
Page and History
September 1, 2006 Mamiya
O/P completed the transfer of its Optical Equipment Division, manufacturer
of leading medium-format cameras and lenses to Cosmo Digital Imaging
Company, Ltd., forming a new company called Mamiya Digital Imaging.
Mamiya Digital Imaging has acquired all Mamiya assets, inventory,
property, trademarks and patents. They are expected to retain a
substantial number of Mamiya staff and facilities, and continute
service of Mamiya cameras and lenses in the existing Mamiya