Medium Format is the bee’s knees for film shooters. It’s where you can shoot film and rival the image quality from digital files, while retaining the signature lower contrast film look. And did you know that 6×7 is the designated press and artist’s format! This article extensively discusses your 6×7 options!
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At the end of the Second World War, the cover of an American comic depicted a female Army photographer named Linda Lens hitting a German soldier knock out with a Kodak Medalist on a strap.
Impressive for sure but to make a real impression (on a soldier’s helmet or elsewhere), I’d advise the Mamiya RB67.
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The Super Ikonta series from Zeiss Ikon started their life in 1934. In that year, Zeiss Ikon released three Super Ikonta cameras for the 120 format. They were remarkable cameras and continue to be so until present day. A good Super Ikonta has unprecedented image quality, they are the Rolls Royces in build quality when it comes to medium format folder cameras.
The three cameras that were launched in 1934 very nicely had their own strengths and there was a model for every wallet.
Read on to see if the Super Ikontas fit your bill!