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    Square format

    Hi all,

    I would like to know which medium format bodies/systems that have square format beside Hasselblad?

    I still have an issue with focusing with my Hassy and i can't go to buy all screens to test them and then no guarantee, so i think i may ignore it and buy another medium format that has square format and see if it will be better, so any recommendations?

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    Rollei Rolleiflex SL66. http://www.sl66.com/
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    Any of the Yashica TLRs. Great little cameras, and not too expensive.

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    bronica sq-a, sq-ai, sq-am, sq-b

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    Mamiya 6, Fujifilm GF670/Bessa III, Rolleiflex of course.

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    hmmmmmm, wow, many options or recommendations, should i buy them all, LOL

    I forgot i have Holga, but i don't use this one seriously, only for fun, so it is not a main camera to be used.

    In fact i was looking at Rollei and Bronica mostly, but i can look at other options such as Fujifilm GF670 and Mamiya 6 and even Mamiya Cxxx, but, is there any film back for Mamiya RZ that can be used as square rather than i shoot at 6x7 and crop it?

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    There are 6x6 backs for the RB/RZ cameras, not sure how common they are though.
    But if 6x6 is your primary goal an RZ would probably not be the best choice, because of it's weight and size.

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    I have 3 Rolleiflexes with Maxwell screens - older and newer models - and find composing and focusing with the flip up magnifier to be very easy.

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    Your TLR's (Twin Lens Reflex) are generally a square 6x6cm format. Mamiya C22, C220, C330, Seagulls, Yashica MAT's, 124G, etc.
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