My "new" camera!
NAwlins Contrarian wrote:
Good choice. I've got a M645 1000s that is a lot of fun to use (other than dealing with film processing!). The Mamiya 645 line of SLRs consists mostly of workhorses that produce good results at very reasonable (for what they are) prices.
If you find that you basically like the camera but don't care for, or can't adjust to, the waist-level finder, get a prism that fits your camera. They come in several varieties, some plain, some with meters, and some with meters and auto-exposure capability.
By the way, as of not that long ago, you could still download older M645 manuals off of the Mamiya website.
Thanks. It actually came with a metered prism (a bit heavy though)
and a side grip, flash, filters.....
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