Japanese medium-format VF and RF (edit)
6×9 Fujica G690/GL690 | Fujica GW690/GSW690 | Mamiya Press | Marshal Press
6×8 Fujica GW680/GSW680
6×7 Fujifilm GF670 | Fujica GM670 | Fujica GW670 | Koni-Omega | Koni-Omegaflex | Makina 67 | Mamiya 7| Bronica GS-1
6×6 Mamiya 6
4.5×6 Bronica RF645 | Fuji GA645 | Fujica GS645/GS645S/GS645W
Japanese medium format SLR and TLR ->
Other Japanese 6×6, 4.5×6, 3×4 and 4×4 ->

The Makina 67 was developed by Plaubel after the company was bought in 1975 by a Japanese company named Doi. It was a 6×7 strut folding camera with a coupled rangefinder. Its shape was reminiscent of the earlier Makina.

The first prototypes were called Makinette 67 and made in Germany, and were quite different from the production model.

The production Makina 67 bodies were made in Japan by Konica. They had a Nikkor 80/2.8 lens.

The Makina 670 followed, with a modified body, shared with the wide angle variant Makina W67, equipped with a Nikkor 55/4.5 lens.

The company still services and repairs this cameras.



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