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    Looks like a carbon-fibre finishing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toolbox View Post
    My other vote would be for the Kodak Medalist. Only gripe with this one is having to respool onto 620. Other than that, an outstanding camera that would double as a hammer if you put it on the end of a stick.

    Yes, indeed. A fine performer in addition to being an odd camera in looks and operation. Runner ups would be Andy's RB Graflex and a Speed Graphic or Century Graphic.

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    Unfortunately you are asking for medium format, but just on cool factor alone consider these:

    http://boyofblue.com/cameras/hiv.html

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    That is pretty weird! Thanks for sharing.

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    Rolleiflex, either an E or F.
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    Would a Contax 645 be "cool", or way "uncool"?

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    There is no such thing like an uncool medium format camera

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    The red and gold seagull TLR. Oh my goodness.
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    What a cool thread! We can have fun after all, right ;-)

    I'm going to vote for the Koni-Omega (from my experience). I get asked A LOT of questions about that when its out. Of course, there are plenty others. The Blad Super Wide that was posted a few pages back, that is beyond sub zero cool.

    As for Uncool MF camera's, I'd have to say the Bronica SQ, ETR and GS series. They are so much tradesman tools that they could never be cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoffy View Post

    As for Uncool MF camera's, I'd have to say the Bronica SQ, ETR and GS series. They are so much tradesman tools that they could never be cool
    Horseshit. Tradesman tools have their own kind of cool. Part of the cool of a Hasselblad is that it's such a capable tradesman tool.
    I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
    When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.



 

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