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    Phase One P30 H mount to Mamiya RZ. is it possible?

    Is there any adapter plate so i can use my Phase One P30 back with a Hasselblad H mount with a Mamiya RZII / RZIID?

    In some forum , dont remember where, i have see one that use both a Hasselblad H1 & a RZ with the same mount.
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    Re: Phase One P30 H mount to Mamiya RZ. is it possible?

    There adapters available to do this. We sell adapters from ECO-Digital that allow for any current series of digital backs (even Contax) to be configured for use on the RZ67 platform. All you need is the proper sync cord for you back, and/or a one-shot cable (Kapture Group or ECO-Digital).

    Here is a link to there site:

    http://eco-digital.com/products/products/adapters.html

    I have also attached a photo of it, so you have a better idea.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    Regards,

    Jordan Miller
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    Quote Originally Posted by apneaimages View Post
    Is there any adapter plate so i can use my Phase One P30 back with a Hasselblad H mount with a Mamiya RZII / RZIID?

    In some forum , dont remember where, i have see one that use both a Hasselblad H1 & a RZ with the same mount.
    Last edited by JEM_DTG; 9th October 2008 at 08:09.

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    Re: Phase One P30 H mount to Mamiya RZ. is it possible?

    I think this is the thread you were thinking of:

    http://luminous-landscape.com/forum/...howtopic=21689

    I believe the leaf adapter plate costs $750 us.

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    Re: Phase One P30 H mount to Mamiya RZ. is it possible?

    Yes you can use one of those adapters but will need to perform a means of waking up the P30H prior to taking the exposure and also make sure the shutter is set to long latency.

    Here are a few options:

    1) Use of Primary Sync Cable's @ $89 (requires MF to mini adapter for all PhaseOne mounts,except V-Mount)


    2) Use PhaseOne Wake Up Cable @ $110((requires MF to mini adapter for all PhaseOne mounts,except V-Mount))


    both above will require this adapter:
    Multi conn. to mini jack adapter cable (Item No. 50300144)


    3)The Kapture Group Single shot cable $395 (**note can be ordered in a short config w/ mulit conn. built in)


    As far as the adapters go, I do not know anyone with direct experience with the ECO adapters. I have suggested them but never have seen any feedback on how they are built and or ease of getting them here in the US.

    I have heard some using the Leaf Adpater with one of the above methods mentioned above.

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    Re: Phase One P30 H mount to Mamiya RZ. is it possible?

    I've used the Leaf adapter plate with a P45+(H) and the P1 cable. It works. Some rental houses use it as it give them more flexibility with their H stock.

    The adapter comes with a sync cable, an RZ focusing screen (with 44X33 or 48X36 marks depending on the model ordered) and a remote-mode cable (goes from the back to the motor-drive, for triggering the camera from the computer).

    518-02181A for the 48X36 version and 518-02182A for the 44X33 one.

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