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    Brian, I'd have to say about 50/50 landscape/vertical.

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    Excellent since you are in the states be sure to spend some time at KEH researching prices/kits
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    yeah thats step #2, now that i've got #1 out of the way... heh...

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    Check out Mamiya RB67. Look up KEH.

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    zsas, I'm in Charlotte, NC

    Also, I think the camera in the shop was a 1000S, it had "Mamiya465" on the front, I believe the standard 645 only has "Mamiya" on the front
    Those are getting very long in the tooth.They also lack the interchangeable backs of he newer Super/Pro/ ProTL bodies, which are common and not much pricier. Price kits but also consider buying separates--body, lens, finder, film back. A winder grip is a borderline "must have" accessory, too. The inexpensive 80/2.8 "normal" lens is sweet.

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    +1 on the mamiya RB67 its 6x7 which is worth jumping from 645. Its fairly priced and built like a tank. Sure its heavy but its got a rotating back and will take some great pictures

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    kiev 66 kit for 100 dollars , pay another 100 for CLA and you have the sexiest girl.

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    +1 for Bronica ETR series.

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    I would also advise you to get either a Bronica ETR/s/i or a Pentax 645, both are capable, lightweight (for MF) cameras with very good, decently priced lenses.
    But don't let anybody talk you out of a TLR! Waist-level finders, no mirror shake so they're dead silent, and they're extremely lightweit. Plus, they can be had very cheaply if you go with a Yashica-Mat or a Minolta Autocord. Even Rolleicords can be had for a decent price.

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    +2 for ETRS / si

    I have a nice outfit, has never let me down, nice system and every thing is CHEAP !!! but good.

    The 150mm PE is my most used lens 250mm with a spacer is a close second.

    Good luck

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