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    I bought the RB67 for the larger negative.

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    If you shoot handheld get the 645.....personally, I'd look at both the Pentax and Mamiya 645. I think the Pentax is easier to hand hold with the grip, but the Mamiya is smaller. The quality of the image isn't all that different from the 6x7 unless you print pretty big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by analoguey View Post
    not dependent on electronics being current.
    So to speak...
    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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    I have a Hasselblad and RB67 system. I also had 645 systems in the past. I love my RB and I love my Hasselblad. Never liked 645. I have no problem carrying the RB67 with a grip for hours and using it purely handheld, I can easily shoot it down to 1/15. Ok, it can get a bit heavy after 4-5 hours but when I get the film back it is superb. It also makes my Hasselblad look small and light. Somehow I tend to pick the RB more often than the Hasselblad nowadays.

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    If hasselblad is out of your budget then consider a bronica sq series kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedtrials View Post
    If hasselblad is out of your budget then consider a bronica sq series kit.
    +1

    I have a Bronica SQ-B (6x6 cm) and a Bronica RF645 (6x4.5 cm) and both are great cameras with excellent glass!!
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    * I'm an analogue enthusiast, trying not to fall into the digital abyss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Ah, so the RB67 is part of your personal fitness program and not part of your photographic program, isn't it?
    Works for both!

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    I love my mamiya 645 pro TL. The 80mm f/1.9 lens is heavenly. I handhold at 1/30 all the time with no issues -- and I am a wee lassie with premature arthritis in her hands.

    I rarely shoot in portrait mode, though. Just my personal thing. I imagine the 67 would get a couple points over the 645 for people who prefer portrait mode.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rubyfalls View Post
    I love my mamiya 645 pro TL. The 80mm f/1.9 lens is heavenly. I handhold at 1/30 all the time with no issues -- and I am a wee lassie with premature arthritis in her hands.

    I rarely shoot in portrait mode, though. Just my personal thing. I imagine the 67 would get a couple points over the 645 for people who prefer portrait mode.

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    Portrait mode is no bother at all on a 645 if you have a prism finder.

    With a waist level finder it's more of a problem.

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