Medium Format New Camera Solutions

Medium Format Camera Reviews and advice to assist you in choosing just the right Medium Format Camera and shooting better photographs. New reviews are constantly being added to this database. 
Arca Swiss Large Format Cameras
ARCA-SWISS released their very first cameras during the 1950s, and they soon created a reputation for being precise and flexible. Engineered for stability, modular design, and easily transportable, these cameras were equally proficient at studio and field work. Ansel Adams employed a camera made by ARCA-SWISS near the last part of his long photographic livelihood. Original Arcas were built to the highest quality standards, while many still being used by professional and amateur advanced photographers today.
BlackBird Twin-Lens Reflex (TLR) 35mm Film Camera
The Blackbird, Fly camera, a twin lens reflex provides a totally different optical pathway from ordinary SLR or a digital point & shoot camera. It sports a double of lenses, one above each other. The bottom 'shooting' lens, captures the image, contains the shutter and aperture and assemblies and allows the light into the film plane located in back of it. The top 'viewing' lens is there solely for composing the image and contains a reflex mirror that propels it up towards to a parallel ground glass protected by a chimney smoke stack hood
Bronica Medium Format Cameras
Bronica SQ-Ai 6X6 Camera
Bronica SQ-Ai 6X6
Built solid, this camera uses 120 and 220 roll films plus 645, 35 mm, 35 mm Panoramic, and Polaroid backs.
5 Star Rating
Bronica ETR-Si 645 Camera
Bronica ETR-Si 645
The ETR-si is lightweight and very rugged. It uses interchangeable 120 and 220, plus 35mm and Polaroid film backs
5 Star Rating
Bronica Rangefinder 645 Camera
Bronica Rangefinder 645
Introduced May 2000
5 Star Rating

Zenza Bronica ETR w/75mm f 2.8 lens & prisim finder
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Hasselblad Medium Format Cameras

Hasselblad X1D
Announced Jun 22, 2016 51 megapixels 3″ screen Medium format sensor
5 Star Rating
 

Hasselblad H6D-50C

CMOS, 50 megapixels (8272 x 6200 pixels, 5.3 x 5.3 μm),43.8 x 32.9 mm, 16 bit
Announced Apr 7, 2016
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Hasselblad H6D-100C

CMOS, 100 megapixels (11600 x 8700 pixels, 4.6 x 4.6 μm), 53.4 x 40.0 mm, 16 bit
Announced Apr 7, 2016
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Hasselblad H5D-40 Medium Format DSLR Camera

40 MP 32.9 x 43.8mm CCD Sensor
3.0" 24-Bit Color LCD
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Hasselblad H5D-50c Wi-Fi Medium Format

Announced Sep 16, 2014
50 MP 43.8 x 32.9mm CMOS Sensor
Built-In Wi-Fi
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Hasselblad H5D-50 Medium Format DSLR Camera
50 MP
36.7 x 49.1mm CCD
3.0" 24-Bit Color LCD w/ 460,320 Pixels
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Hasselblad H5D-60 Medium Format DSLR Camera

60 MP 40.2 x 53.7mm CCD Sensor
3.0" 24-Bit Color LCD
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Hasselblad H5X Medium Format DSLR Camera

Battery Grip and HV 90x-II Viewfinder
True Focus - Sep, 2014
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Hasselblad H5D-200c Multi-Shot Medium Format DSLR Camera

50MP 43.8 x 32.9mm CMOS Sensor
Multi-Shot Capture Mode:
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Holga Medium Format Cameras Holga Camera Review Pages

Holga Digital

1/3.2 inch CMOS color sensor, 8 Mega Pixels, 4:3 or 1:1 ratio, f/2.8 or f/8
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Holga 120SF  A standard Holga 120S, with a flash
Holga 120SF
A standard Holga 120S, with a flash
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Holga 120FN Medium Format Camera
Holga 120FN
A Holga 120N with a flash
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Holga 120CFN  
A Holga 120FN with a color flash
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Holga 120GCFN Camera
Holga 120GCFN
A Holga 120FN with a color flash and glass lens
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Holga 144-120 Medium Format 120N Camera
Holga 144-120 Medium Format 120N Camera with Built-in Lens - No Batteries Required
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Holga 173-120 Holgawood Medium Format 120N Camera
Holga 173-120 Holgawood Medium Format 120N Camera with Built-in Lens (Casablanco).
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Leica Medium Format Cameras

Leica S2 Camera Announced Sep 23, 2008 38 megapixels | 3″ screen | Medium format sensor Around $25,000
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The Leica S2 SLR Digital Camera offers the incredible imaging quality of digital medium-format in a compact ergonomic design. the body is similar in form to a modern 35mm DSLR. Well-designed controls and a simplified menu system make navigating the camera fast and highly intuitive.
Lomography Medium Format Cameras Lomography Camera Review Pages
  • Lomography Diana + Edelweiss Edition Medium Format 120 Manual Focus

  • Lomography Diana F+ Fixed Focus Medium Format Camera
    Lomography 120CFN Medium Format Viewfinder Fixed Focus Camera Starte
    Lomography Holga Starter Kit - 120SF Medium Format Viewfinder Fixed Focus Camera w/Lens & Flash.
    Lomography Diana + Edelweiss Edition Medium Format
    Lomography Diana + Edelweiss Edition Medium Format 120 Manual Focus Camera with Built-in Lens (White)
    Mamiya Medium Format Cameras Mamiya Camera Review Pages


  • Pentax 645D 40MP medium format DSLR Camera

    Pentax 645Z Medium Format DSLR Camera

    PENTAX 645D Medium Format 
    Announced Mar 3, 2011
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  • PENTAX D FA 645 25mm F4 AL [IF] SDM AW Lens - Announced Mar 3, 2011

  • Phase One Medium Format Cameras Phaseone Camera Review Pages
    Rollei Medium Format Cameras Rollei Camera Review Pages
    Seagull Medium Format Cameras Seagull Camera Review Pages
    Seagull GC 104(TLR) with Built-in 75mm f/3.5 Lens.
    Seagull GC 104 (TLR) with Built-in 75mm f/3.5 Lens
    Seagull GC 105 TLR Camera
    Seagull GC 105 twin lens reflex camera with built-in 75mm f/3.5 lens
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    Seagull 107 (TLR) with built-in 75mm f/3.5 Lens
    Seagull 107 (TLR) with built-in 75mm f/3.5 Lens
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    Seagull GC-109 Medium Format Twin Lens Reflex
    Seagull GC-109 Medium Format Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) Camera with Built-in 75mm f/3.5 Lens.
    Horseman Large Format Cameras Horseman Camera Review Pages
    If you are using a Nikon digital single lens reflex, Horseman now gives you an opportunity to add full bellows functions -- like in a medium or large format view camera with the Horseman LD View Camera. Using the LD maintains all of the cameras normal functions (except for auto focus functions of course), and you can attach any standard medium or large format camera lens (including those with Hasselblad and Mamiya mounts).
    Wista Large Format Cameras Wista Camera Review Pages
    This is essentially the same camera your Great Grandfather used in the late 1800s, except for the advent of modern lens coatings and much better film. In short, these cameras take such large negatives/chromes that 30"x38" enlargements show essentially no grain. There are many other advantages to view cameras, such as plane movements, changing film type after each shot, and access to a huge variety of lens types and manufacturers. This Wista camera is made by Tachihara

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    Medium Format New Camera Solutions Reviewed by Gene Wright on . Rating: 5