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Dear Mr. Surapon,
I would like to see that camera hang-on to you while on your next photo expedition.
Have a great weekend Sir.
Yes, Ha, Ha, Ha, Dear Friend Click.
If I have this Camera, I must hire the Strong/ Beautiful Helper, who can help me carry this big camera.
Good day, Sir.
There are a lot of photographers still using 8X10. Of course all the great landscape photographers were 4x5 or 8x10.
I saw a few stills from this photographer:
Great stuff! Worth the extra effort for sure.
Fwiw, Canon won't do this because they don't have lenses for it. Yes they made a PL mount C300 for some reason (they also sell PL mount lenses), but the C300 was VERY expensive because they weren't necessarily going to push lenses with it. And they only entered the market once the EF mount become a competitive "cinema" mount and now Arri and Red are building (very expensive, since they don't sell lenses to subsidize the cost) EF mount cameras.
Besides, FF is pretty much on par with 6x7 in everything except "film look." MFDB is more competitive with large format, especially the tech and view cameras... and that is a much smaller market even than 645/6X6/6X7 was.