Today's Guardian colour supplement has a photo essay from Tim Hetherington a photographer who was killed in Libya. I'm posting it here as he shot his final photos on a 6x7 Fuji rangefinder. The text in the article includes this:

Its telling that he chose to shoot these photographs on colour negative film with a large, medium format camera. There are only 10 frames on each paper-backed roll of film technology that has not changed since the 30s
The photos are better on paper than on a screen, so if you're fast the newsagent may have a copy: