Cambo introduce the ‘new’ RS6000 camera system at Photokina 2012

The RS6000 is designed for architectural and landscape photographers that wish to use a digital back without removing and exchanging it with the focussing screen, enabling the photographer to compose, focus, slide the digital back in place and shoot immediately.

Manufactured from high grade aerospace aluminium, the camera platform is one piece unit which prevents any distortion as the camera plane is parallel and only the back is designed to shift, rise and fall.

The RS6000 has 30mm rise and 20mm fall.

The variable locking mechanism is used to stitch images from all digital back sensors in the horizontal or vertical position.

The lenses from the Wide DS and Wide RS range of cameras are compatible with the RS6000. For Tilt and Swing functionality, this is achieved by using the Cambo digital lenses with Schneider and Rodenstock optics. The T/S range have 5 degrees of Tilt and Swing.

The RS6000 accepts the Cambo SLW digital camera back adapter plates for Leaf, Phase One and Hasselblad.

The CS loupe with Schneider optics is the ideal focussing aid when using a digital back without live view. The loupe kit attaches to the focussing screen, it can be positioned in each corner to check movement and sharpness. The kit is available for the RS6000 and the Wide Camera range.

The top plate accepts a wide range of accessories such as, the WRS-1090 Compendium, iPhone holder and Hotshoe.

The RS6000 delivery date is TBC.

For further information visit Cambo at Photokina Hall 9.1 Stand C031/C033 or contact Cambo BV directly at

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