In the past three months I have added some new cameras to the gear.
The first up is a Mamiya RB67—loving referred to by others as a boat anchor. I call mine the real beast. A tank of a camera built to last forever and take excellent 6 x 7 negatives.
The next up is a Yashica Mat 124 G TLR – a beautiful black box – a gem. With a built in light meter this little puppy is ready to go anywhere and shoot anything.
And last but not least is the Mamiya C3 the oldest of the bunch but at this point in time my favorite to shoot with. A TLR that is also built like a tank this camera feels like it weighs a ton but it shoots wonderful 6 x 6 negatives. So simple—a film transport, lens, and waist level view finder this beauty is basic.