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    Ok, I've extended things to include medium format cameras of the past 25 years (this is for a questionaire). So here is the list as it currently stands. Corrections/additions/deletion suggestions welcomed.

    Alpa 12 series
    Arca Swiss F 6x9 series
    Arca Swiss M 6x9 series
    Bronica ETR series
    Bronica GS series
    Bronica SQ series
    Contax 645 series
    Ebony Finesse camera
    Ebony SV/SW series
    Fotoman panorama cameras
    Fuji 645 series
    Fuji 670 series
    Fuji 690 series
    Fuji 617 series
    Fuji 680 series
    Gaoersi 6x9 camera
    Gaoersi panorama cameras
    Gilde 66-17 panorama cameras
    Hasselblad 20* series
    Hasselblad 50* series
    Hasselblad 55* series
    Hasselblad 90* series
    Hasselblad ArcBody series
    Holga/Woca/Lomo "toy" cameras
    Horseman SW6x9 series
    Horseman SW 612/617 panorama cameras
    Horseman VH/VHR 6x9 series
    Kiev cameras
    Linhof M679 series
    Linhof Technika 23 series
    Linhof Technikardan 23 series
    Linhof Technorama 612/617 panorama cameras
    Mamiya 6 series
    Mamiya 645 series
    Mamiya 7/II series
    Mamiya C220 series
    Mamiya C330 series
    Mamiya RB67 series
    Mamiya RZ67 series
    Noblex cameras
    Pentacon Six series
    Pentax 645 series
    Pentax 6x7/67 series
    Plaubel Makina 67 series
    Rollei 600* series
    Rollei SL66 series
    Rolleiflex 2.8 series
    Rolleiflex T series
    Seitz Roundshot cameras
    Silvestri H series
    Silvestri T30 series
    Seagull cameras
    Yashica Mat cameras
    Other (including collectibles)
    I don't own a medium format camera

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    dont forget the Lubitel...
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    Graflex XL series. Still lots and lots out there. Also Nortia 66.

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    You have the Rolleiflex 2.8 series but omitted the Rolleiflex 3.5 Series cameras.

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    Also the Hasselblad FlexBody.

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    Add on the Bronica RF645 rangefinder. Basically the last new design from Bronica prior to Tamron ceasing production.

    It is interesting to see how large that list has grown. I guess the sad part is only a few of those on the list are still available new. At least we have a good used market of good quality products from which to find nice gear.

    Ciao!

    Gordon

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    J Michael Sullivan,

    Thanks for compiling this very useful list.

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    The Tele-Rolleiflex might be too old for your list, but the 4.0FW isn't.

    How about the Mamiya Press cameras? Super 23, Universal etc. Too old?

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    The venerable Bronica S2A

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    The Rapid Omega ceased production in 1981 - so it should just squeak in.

    Matt

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