These types of Medium-Format Cameras can rise to the occasion and deliver the very best of exceptional service you will be glad to use when using a nature of it. Medium format has traditionally referred to a film format in still photography and the related cameras and equipment that use this film. Generally, the term applies to film and digital cameras that record images on media larger than the 24 by 36 mm of 135 film, but smaller than the 4 by 5 in (10 by 12.7 cm) size, which is considered to be large format. In digital photography, medium format refers either to cameras adapted from medium format film photography uses, or to cameras making use of sensors larger than that of a 35 mm film frame. Often, medium format film cameras can be fitted with digital camera backs, converting them to digital cameras, but some of these digital backs, especially early models, use sensors smaller than a 35 mm film frame. As of 2006, medium format digital photography sensors were available in sizes of up to 36 by 48 mm, with 39 million pixels for use with commonly available professional medium format cameras. Sensors used in special applications such as spy satellites can be even larger, but are not necessarily described as medium format equipment. In the film world, medium format has moved from being the most widely used film size (1890s through 1950s) to a niche used by many professionals and some amateur enthusiasts, but one which is still substantially more popular than large format. Still with regards to that, I have plenty of such stuff that I would like you to have which you can get them at the exclusively affordable price. To start with here is this one known as Holga 194120 120-3D Stereo Camera
that is based on the Holga CFN (Color Flash) body design and takes stereo 3D photography. In terms of the features that it has you will find among the rest Standard tripod mount (1/4 - 20), Bulb setting, One mask for 6x6cm image area, Built-in threaded shutter release button for cable release (not included), The Color Flash is a built in flash which contains a spinning color-filter wheel.
Moreover you will be able to choose from red, yellow, blue, standard white or a combination thereof and can be able to use the flash day or night to manipulate your images with vibrant colors. Four AA batteries (not included) required for flash operation only. All Holgas purchased from Freestyle include our famous Holga Manual with tips on using, maintaining and customizing your Holga. Last but not least, here is this other one called Lomography Lubitel 166+ Twin Lens Medium Format Film Camera
which is a loving recreation of the Soviet-Era twin lens medium format camera. Featuring two lenses, one for viewing and one for capturing the image, Cast in plastic from original Lubitel molds, the 166+ is lightweight, perfect for an everyday companion. Completely manual controls provide for total control over everything that happens. A top down viewfinder provide a much larger image to compose shots with as well as making the composition process more thoughtful. Plus, the cherry on top of it is that it has much more discreet candid shooting that allows you to just capture stuff you want snap! At the heart of the camera is the infamous multicoated glass lens, recreated to perfection to give those dramatic, soulful effects. All in all the standard package comprises of a camera and a tripod thread mount and cable release threaded shutter.
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