|Lens:||Fujinar 75mm f3.5|
The Super Fujica 6 is a folding medium format camera made in Japan by Fuji in 1955.
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The Super Fujica 6 is the best folding camera I used so far. It's still a bit limited, but for a folding camera, its rangefinder makes focussing easy. The finder is a bit small, but much better than the old Kodak ones. Film advance is very nice, you have to advante to frame one, then you see your frame in the counter on the rear top left of the camera. Everytime you shoot, you have to remember to press a button then advance to the next frame. It's too easy to make multiple exposures, but I really like this camera for that. Compaired to other folders, the folding mechanism is easier to use, a very nice design, with a big clip that Fuji seems to have kept for many years.
I don't know why, but I really like this camera to do some multiple exposures.
Folding cameras are much better than box cameras. Like twin lens reflexes, they are a bit limited. They have somewhat small finders, but they are the most compact medium format cameras you can get. They are easily pocketable, light and still can produce good quality images. Buy one to have fun.