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 ->

Built in the mid 1960s, by Marshal Optical Works, of Japan, the Marshal Press is a design direct from the brain of Mr. Seichi Mamiya. Resembling a giant Mamiya Press camera, it also shows influences of the Mamiya TLRs. Coupled rangefinder with rack and pinion focusing, and permanently mounted 6x8 back. (The negative size measures 5.7x8.2cm) The back takes both 120 and 220 format film. The lens is a fixed Nikkor-Q 105mm F3.5 in Seikosha shutter. Two lens converters were offered, giving a 135mm F4.7, or 150mm F5.6.

Marshal Press without teleconverters



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