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    When the picture is really critical I reach for a TLR. The handling just seems more natural to me, but then I learned photography on one.

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    The mamiya 6 is my favourite all-round camera by far. Not the most versatile, but what it does it does extremely well, and it's really about the same size/weight as my F100. I also have an RB. I love it but am finding less and less use for it now, frankly. The 6 beats it on mobility and my field and view cameras beat it on versatility. Nevertheless I think the rb is one amazing piece, I couldn't part with it.

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    Definitely my Rolleiflexs. I have two: a T and a 2.8 GX and they're the most straightforward intuitive cameras for roll film.

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    Bronica ETRS for the more serious shooting, and a folder for the point-and-guess-and-shoot stuff.
    -- Ole Tjugen, Luddite Elitist
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bromo33333 View Post
    I find that for 35mm I love rangefinders, but for MF, an SLR is my cup of tea! (I keep going back to MF SLR's despite a brief stint with a rangefinder and a couple of TLR's I have laying around)

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    I like both my Iskra for snapshots of the kids and my Mamiya m645 for... well... snapshots of the kids!
    I don't like my Holga. I really don't.

    /matti

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    Hasselblad V system, can`t get better than that in MF!

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    I prefer TLRs (Rolleicords in my case). It was the first MF camera I used and it felt right from the start. I have had and used an SLR (Mamiya RZ) and I found it nice but not my type. The Hasselblads are just some strange swedish idea.
    “Do your work, then step back. The only path to serenity.” - Lao Tzu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerevan View Post
    I prefer TLRs (Rolleicords in my case). It was the first MF camera I used and it felt right from the start. I have had and used an SLR (Mamiya RZ) and I found it nice but not my type. The Hasselblads are just some strange swedish idea.
    Yea Jerevan,

    But aren't you from Sweden??? :o

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    Rolleiflex 6001, 6003, 6008 family with Schneider lenses. Someday to be joined by the new Franke and Heidecke Hy6.

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