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    Quote Originally Posted by amsp View Post
    As far as I know Hasselblad ceased production of the 503cw in 2008 and I doubt Mamiya are producing new rz67 or 7II's either, the kits still sold in stores are most likely old stock. I would love to be proven wrong though.
    Your wish is my command.

    Hasselblad uk 2012 Price list

    Page 13 for V series kit.

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    I don't think I've bought a new film camera is probably 15 years or more. And I have dozens of them. There's enough older and robustly built (or not too hard to repair) film cameras around to last our lifetimes and then some....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    The only web presence left for Mamiya is strictly digital, and all the web support information for all the Mamiya film cameras is gone.
    http://www.mamiyaleaf.com/legacy.asp

    But yes, a lot of the detailed support information they used to have is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    I don't think I've bought a new film camera is probably 15 years or more. And I have dozens of them. There's enough older and robustly built (or not too hard to repair) film cameras around to last our lifetimes and then some....
    "When the market is ready, the product will appear"

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    I photograph things to see what things look like photographed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oren Grad View Post
    http://www.mamiyaleaf.com/legacy.asp

    But yes, a lot of the detailed support information they used to have is gone.
    Thank you Oren!

    Would you believe that I checked again late last week for information of this nature (on the Mamiya Leaf site) and as far as I could tell it was still not there?

    Sadly though, anything film related is referred to only as a "Legacy" product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Bray View Post
    Your wish is my command.

    Hasselblad uk 2012 Price list

    Page 13 for V series kit.
    Huh? I know they are for sale, but as far as I know they are old stock. Have you seen a 503cw with a production code from the last couple of years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    Thank you Oren!

    Would you believe that I checked again late last week for information of this nature (on the Mamiya Leaf site) and as far as I could tell it was still not there?

    Sadly though, anything film related is referred to only as a "Legacy" product.
    The new Mamiya Leaf website went up January 16, and initially had no information at all on film cameras. I remember it well, because I gave the Leaf rep on GetDPI an earful about it and also emailed MAC to ask about it. I'm sure others did too. The "Legacy" section was added two weeks later, at the end of January. It's still not what you'd call prominent, but at least it's there now. And MAC is still providing service - quite good, by all accounts - and technical support by email and phone.

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    http://www.vivitar.com/products/8/pr...lr/34/v3800-50 Vivitar
    http://www.canon.co.uk/For_Home/Prod...as/SLR/EOS_1V/ Canon
    Leica MP aswell as the M7.
    Fuji Instax cameras and film.
    single use cameras by fuji.

    Not MF though.
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    You can get a new Rollei.

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    The small LF camera makers it seems aren't able to keep up with demand. Any 2x3" or 4x5", of course, is potentially a hybrid camera as well. I don't know that Sinar is doing much for film these days, but Linhof still seems to have the traditional cameras in stock like the Master Tech Classic and Tech 3000, as well as the newer more digitally oriented view cameras that can also take rollfilm, like the 679 series and the Techno. Not sure about the current state of the Master GTL, the big studio camera.
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