First appearing in 1958, Bronica cameras were produced by the eponymous Japanese company and featured a range of medium format film-roll rangefinder and SLR cameras. Although no longer in production, these cameras are still usable and produce some stunning vintage effects.
Though the company produced its last model, the RF645, in 2000, professionals and amateurs alike still look to their cameras. Providing superior image quality over smaller film and digital sensor formats, Bronica cameras were designed for heavy usage and make solid additions to the occasional photographer’s tool kit. The modular design of their SLR range contains separate and interchangeable lenses, film backs, viewfinders, and bodies, making them a versatile selection. A full range of lenses means that you can get precise focus and quality no matter what range or lighting condition you shoot under.