The Contax 645 is one of the most selected analogic medium format cameras among profesionals. Wheter for his both manual and automatic focus modes, a sutter speed up to 1/4000s or for the electronic comunication between lens, filmback and viewfinder. We also include a fixe 45mm Distagon.
Hasselblad's classic camera, this 1970 model was an evolution of the original model introduced in 1957. With a leaf shutter it became very popular for studio work, since it allowed synchronizing the flash at all the speeds that the camera allowed.
The Mamiya RB 67 Pro SD is the latest version of the legendary RB mechanical 6x7cm, single lens reflex, medium format camera. It also features multi-format versatility, revolving back and bellows focusing.
Camera belonging to Mamiya's Press series, a model of rangefinder medium-format camera focused mainly to the press. This particular model was presented in 1965 and one of its strong points was the modularity it provided, being able to alternate between an endless number of accessories to complement the camera.
6x6 medium format camera from Rolleiflex, an iconic brand of analogue photography. This model, apart from incorporating a bellows focusing system, allowed Tilt to be made with the lens, something that was not found in the competition at the time.
Hasselblad camera, compact and with a fixed 38mm lens (equivalent to 21mm in FullFrame) that cannot be interchanged. The lack of prism and mirror system makes it a compact camera but one that needs an external viewfinder for framing. Perfect for experimenting with analog medium format without complications.