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    Good choice -- I'm a little biased though

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    congrats on your purchase....looking forward to seeing some shots from it.

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    Think square!
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    Great choice Ailsa, when I was looking for a MF system it was either the Mamiya 7 or the Hassleblad. The blad won out, but not because it was better, only because it had more lenses available. Happy hunting.

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    Alisa,

    Once you go square, you won't go back!

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    You'll love the camera. Just a 35mm on steroids. The larger negatives are wonderful, and easier (for me at least) to process than 35mm.

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    Alisa,

    I've had one for years (with just the normal lens) and I love it! Only my Rolleiflex with f3.5 Planar lens can match the sharpness of the Mamiya's optic. It is just about a perfect camera. If I could change anything I would make it more robust (the film winding mechanism can be broken if you abuse it, just like the old Bronica S SLRs, so wind on slowly) and I would give it at least 1 mechanical shutter speed that was battery independent. Enjoy and please post results!
    Art should unsettle the comfortable, and comfort the unsettled.

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    Hmmmmmmmm ... congratulationz!

    Now, let's see some imagez!
    ... BC was here!

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