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  1. #181
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    'Coolest' Medium Format Camera?

    Yup!


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    Linhof 2x3 Technika Vb - an excellent hand-holdable 6x9 rangefinder camera with interchangeable lenses, and the ability to use groundglass focusing and lens movements for tripod shouting. It is both a highly portable medium format camera and a scaled-down large format camera in one package (similar to the 4x5 Master Technika Classic), and it is a Linhof...

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    Despite owning what I think are two pretty cool medium format cameras I gotta go with the Hasselblad V series. Some day...

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    Medium format - Hasselblad, of course.

    Large format - Gaoersi Portable Professional 4x5 cameras are pretty cool looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by graywolf View Post
    Of the cameras I currently have, I think the Iskra is the coolest. Proof that our government lied to us when they said that the Russians could not make great stuff. It seems to have the sharpest Tessar pattern lenses of anything I have seen, even web sized scans look incredible.
    Interesting design, I have three. One is mint, another is waiting for some cleaning after the son dunked it in the St Croix from a canoe and another is a parts donor. Remarkably all three advance film correctly. Great all season walkabout MF. Regards.
    Kodachrome Rules:)

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    Hasselblad

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    How about one camera that can shoot everything from 6x4.5 to 6x17?

    http://photomonkey.wordpress.com/2006/05/09/40/

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    The Fuji G-series rangefinders have gotta be low on the list. They look cool in the photos, but in person they are oversized plasticy things that look like clown cameras.
    The Mamiya Press is also a funky looking thing.

    What do you guys think of the Graflex Norita 66? or for that matter the combat graphic?
    or the agiflite?
    or the original Panon (medium format swing lens)?

    ..lol i could go on for hours..

    Kowa 66?
    Graflex XL?
    Alpa 6x12! -yeah those are drop dead gorgeous cameras.. buy me one please?

    ..but yeah, the Hasselblad really does it for me.
    Go not to the elves for counsel, for they will say both yes and no.

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    Oh dont forget the Fuji GF670 though.
    also Bessa 2
    Super Ikonta III

    And the Bronica 645..
    Go not to the elves for counsel, for they will say both yes and no.

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