Yay, I fixed the little annoying light leak I discovered post beta testing in the RZ67 Polaroid back and I am now resuming shipping, the first two orders are out the door on July 5th!
Also resuming work on the RB67 nextgen backs, shipping order 3 of 7 (first batch) on Wednesday as well, and with a little luck, even 4 of 7.
All remaining first batch orders should ship by end of next week (July 14th).
Wait is over.
Visit the Candy Store for the new Mamiya RZ67 Polaroid Back or for the Next Generation Mamiya RB67 Polaroid Back !
I am taking orders for the first batch of these, with a lead time of approximately 2 weeks from order date.
So a customer in Japan asked me if I can show him how to make a pack, cause mailing anything overseas is so darn expensive now and I made a short video, and it’s now a Rescue Me page! This one’s for you, Massa!
Go watch it!
I’m catching up with the Hasselblad Instax Square back orders, shipped 2 and 2 more to go out by the end of this week.
My instax wide manual back is on hold pending time to finish the design. As well as the conversion to using Itype cameras for Polaroid backs, the same lack of time.
But lo and behold, two new things on the pipeline:
1- a dslr scanning adapter for film from 35mm to 6×8 (separate masks for each film), with a manual film feed using rollers. This is already done and printed, in testing phase, I’ll probably put it on the market in late February 2022. I will price it substantially less than existing adapters on the market. Sure, it’s mostly all 3d printed, but it should work fine. – PS working on a 4×5 holder as well. You’ll need to use your own lightsource, but I don’t see that as a major problem. Planning to use a simple LED panel for start.
2- an integral Polaroid Back for Fuji GX-680 cameras. This is a special project and really in the early design phase. It’ll probably _not_ reach infinity focus with most native GX-680 lenses, but may if using 4×5 lenses on the camera. Stay tuned, I’m really excited about this one.
Well, in the process of making the latest build of a Polaroid 110B/Instant Wide , I discovered a way to make the eject automatic!
You press the eject wired button on the back (currently the flash button) and voila, automatic eject!
Order one now!
Polaroid 110B with Instax Wide Back