A new generation of cameras aims to maintain the high quality that medium-format shooters expect and demand
By Christopher Robinson
Published November 1, 2005
Updated October 17, 2016
When digital technology first melded with medium-format cameras and lenses, it was in the form of mounted digital backs in place of the traditional film backs. It was a natural way to do things since so many of the medium-format cameras were modular. Many photographers will continue using it for years to come, especially because it offers an advantage of being able to use the same body and lenses for both film and digital photography.
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