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    Ensign 6x9 folder with a modern lens and shutter.

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    Asahi Pentax Spotmatic F, Olympus OM-4, Nikon F.
    "Life moves pretty fast, if you don't stop and look around once and a while, you might just miss it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by snegron
    ....For Nikon, I would love to see a new production of F2AS bodies. This time though it would be even better with improved metering cells and all titanium body (even the metered prism in Titanium). Also, better weather seals.....

    ....For Pentax, probably the Spotmatic SP this time with improved metering.....
    Exactly what I was thinking. A screw-mount Spotmatic and a Nikon F2 with AI metering. Priceless!
    —Eric

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    XPan

    Straying onto MF (and slightly off-topic onto "would've been nice if") if Mamiya saw their way clear to putting together a carbon-fibre C330S body I wouldn't exactly complain...
    The destination is important, but so is the journey

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    Good Afternoon,

    Ditto on the OM-1 suggestion. I'd also like to see an updated version of Koni-Omega backs with their weak points eliminated.

    Konical

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    A Retina IIa with metering added.

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    In 35mm, Nikon briefly had a prototype rangefinder with TTL metering built into the body. I think that would be a nice one, though it might be tough to figure out if there was actually a market for it. Nikon also had the S3 2000 sold new as a reproduction, prior to the new SP. I think these were originally strictly intended for the Japanese market, though some made it to other countries. There has been a rumour that Nikon lost money on both these cameras.

    I agree about the Xpan, though there are plenty of used models for sale. The downside to discontinuing this camera is that no more lenses will be produced. Maybe Kobayashi-san of Voigtländer or Zeiss might turn out a lens or two for this in the future.

    The other camera I think was a shame to discontinue is the Bronica RF645, though that is medium format. When a camera is discontinued, lens development stops, and in some ways I think that is a greater loss.

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    Konica Hexar

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    Pentax LX but with the sticky mirror syndrome finally fixed.

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    - Kodak Brownie
    - XPan II
    - Nikon F4, but quieter this time around.

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