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    Quote Originally Posted by bblhed View Post
    They are more in the business of hacking other peoples to make something new, but RBT http://www.rbt-3d.de/index.php?idcat=64 makes Stereo film cameras still.
    Hadn't heard of these - very interesting! Didn't even search for the price - figure I can't afford it.
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    Here's one not yet listed although I don't know who actually manufactures it. Guy Harvey Underwater Camera 27 exposure: Shark

    http://www.jeffreyglasser.com/

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    Hobo... ;p

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    It looks as though Sinar still offer film cameras.

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    Panavision

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobD View Post
    Panavision
    Aren’t Panavision, and Arri not really making new film cameras in any meaningful numbers, just continuing to rent out (or sell in Arri's case) existing ones already made or from existing parts? It is actually quite a few years since either of those companies released a new film camera model which is interesting.

    Same applies for the Canon 1V and Nikon F6 I think, just selling from existing stock and have been for a few years. I was told (can't confirm it) that the Canon 7D is produced on part of the line that used to make the 1V?

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    Fuji makes the Bessa 6x7 cameras and they also make the hasselblad H series, of which they sold a film (6x4.5) version in Japan, but that may be no more.

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    When did Fuji start making the Hasselblad H series?

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    They have always made the H cameras, they build the lenses too. Here is an oldish link with a pic.
    Last edited by erikg; 08-11-2011 at 07:25 AM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: added linkage

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    Didn't know that. Thanks.
    And I thought Voigtlander made the Bessa/fuji 6x7s. Thanks for clearing that up.

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