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    RZ Clean Up and Repair - Where?

    My mirror-up is still stuck up. The 127mm Z, RZ body, and
    the 120 back could all stand a clean up and maintanence. I
    live in the Northwest and the closer to home I find a good shop
    the better. But where ever, how about a pointer. Dan

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    You live in the northwest of where?
    Canada Greece Russia US Australia Peru? If your in GTA Ontario then Sun Camera has excellent service.

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    just a thought, can you or have you tried to take the batteries out of this camera and then see if the mirror will drop down?

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    In New York, Nippon Camera Service has a very good reputation for working on Mamiya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lee
    just a thought, can you or have you tried to take the batteries
    out of this camera and then see if the mirror will drop down?
    The RBs and RZs have a mirror lock-up mode. That mode is
    set at the LENS. On the RZ the mode is set by screwing in a
    cable release. Doing that disengages the shutter from the
    camera body shutter release. On disconnecting the
    cable the shutter is SUPPOSED to reengage with
    the body release. Dan

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    http://www.fridaycreekcamera.com/

    Try this guy in WA. Mike is a real nice guy and a great repairmen. I f you call him he may be able to diagnose it on the phone with you to see if it's user error or a real problem.
    Anyone can make a Digital print, but only a photographer can make a photograph.



 

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