I have been shooting film and digital Nikons - particularly with slide film. Let's ignore the projection part ;-) Wait to it happens. So I have seen the market prices of a Hasselblad 500C/M and they do cost at least 2x as much as other vendors, althou a newer Pentax 67ii outfit with a normal lens fetches $1,800US So pricewise Hasselblad might not be possible. For the money of one Hasselblad outfit, I could get a different MF outfit as well as a LF outfit. So ... For those who have used the older Pentax 67 (with MLU), how does the size and weight compare to a Hasselblad 500C/M or a Bronica SQ? My research shows the Bronica weighs 1.5kg with the Haselblad at 1.55kg. Physically they seem very similar too. What about the Pentax 67? On paper it appears it weighs 1.76kg (the outfit). Is the Pentax physically about the same size as a Hasselblad/Bronica SQ? PS. I know that the Pentax can be downgraded to a WLF which sheds 200-300g of weight. Or is the Pentax about the same size as the Blad/Bronica not including the film back/lens? Main use is outdoor landscape photography and travel photography so I would be walking a bit and using public transportation. Thanks.