Medium Format Film Cameras

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Holga 120 Pan Panoramic Medium Format Camera

Holga 120 Pan Panoramic Medium Format Camera

B&H # HO120PAN612 MFR # 200120
Key Features
  • 90mm Wide Angle lens
  • Ultra Wide 6 x 12cm Image
  • Aperture Settings: f/8 or f/11
  • Shutter Speeds: 1/100 sec and Bulb
$9999
In Stock
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Lomography Diana F+ Film Camera and Flash (Teal/Black)

Lomography Diana F+ Film Camera and Flash (Teal/Black)

B&H # LODCF MFR # HP700
Key Features
  • Format: 120 Film
  • Removable 75mm Lens
  • Zone Focusing System
  • Pinhole Function
$8900
In Stock

Holga 120N Medium Format Film Camera (White)

B&H # HO120NPW MFR # 785120
Key Features
  • Classic Toy Camera
  • 60mm f/8 Plastic Lens
  • Zone Focusing System
  • Shutter Speeds: 1/100 sec. and Bulb
$4499
In Stock

Holga 120GCFN Medium Format Film Camera

B&H # HO120GCFN MFR # 296120
Key Features
  • Classic Toy Camera
  • Built-In Flash with Spinning Color Wheel
  • 60mm f/8 Glass Lens
  • Zone Focusing System
$5995
Back-Ordered

Holga 120N Medium Format Film Camera (Black)

B&H # HO120N MFR # 144120
Key Features
  • Classic Toy Camera
  • 60mm f/8 Plastic Lens
  • Zone Focusing System
  • Shutter Speeds: 1/100 sec. and Bulb
$3999
Back-Ordered

Lomography LomoMod No.1 Camera

B&H # LOLM1C MFR # LM120DIYN
Key Features
  • DIY Medium Format Film Camera
  • 80mm Fixed Focus Lens
  • Aperture: f/11 to f/32
  • Liquid-Filled Sutton lens Module
$5900
In Stock

Horseman SW-612 Medium Format Panorama Camera Body

B&H # HOSW612 MFR # 21411
Key Features
  • Precision Metal Construction
  • Lenses From 35-135mm
  • 6x7, 6x9, & 6x12 Film Backs
  • Made in Japan
$1,59900
Special Order
Expected availability: 4-6 Months
  • This item cannot be canceled or returned.
$6,36895
Special Order
Expected availability: 2-4 Weeks
  • This item cannot be canceled or returned.
$6,69999
Special Order
Expected availability: 2-4 Weeks
  • This item cannot be canceled or returned.

Horseman SW617 72mm Kit (Schneider)

B&H # HOSW6177256 MFR # 21726
Key Features
  • Super Wide Angle Photography
  • Includes Schneider 72mm Lens Unit
  • Ultra Wide 6 x 17cm Image
  • Interchangeable Roll Film Holder
$7,51316
Special Order
Expected availability: 4-6 Months
  • This item cannot be canceled or returned.

Linhof Technorama 617s III Panoramic Camera (Body Only)

B&H # LIT617S3 MFR # 000113
Key Features
  • Wide 6 x 17cm Panoramic Format
  • Accepts 120 or 220 Roll Film
  • Compatible with 5 Lenses and Finders
  • Dark Slide for Mid-Roll Lens Changing
$7,61450
Special Order
Expected availability: 2-4 Weeks
  • This item cannot be canceled or returned.
$11,72950
Special Order
Expected availability: 2-4 Weeks
  • This item cannot be canceled or returned.

Choosing Medium Format Film Cameras

Medium format film cameras make use of the 120 film size. This film format captures images that are larger than 35mm film and smaller than 102 x 127mm film used by large format cameras. There isn't a standard film size for medium format cameras, as it varies depending on the manufacturer. To choose the right medium film camera, you need to know the types and features that are suitable to you.


Medium Format Types

Medium format digital cameras come in multiple types. Single-lens reflex, also referred to as SLR cameras, feature a box-shaped body and a waist-level finder, which makes them ideal for close-up and telephoto photography. Twin-lens reflex, or TLR, cameras come with two lenses to help you view the images when shooting. They're affordable and suitable for taking candid photos. Rangefinder cameras feature a special focusing feature that automatically measures the distance between you and the subject, for sharp photos. Medium format panoramic film cameras fully use the film frame for more detailed and fuller images.


How to Choose the Right Medium Format Camera

Cameras with large sensors offer bigger megapixels for higher quality images. You also get a wider field of view. Whether you're using view cameras or instant film cameras, these medium format cameras offer more versatility of images because they use different aspect ratios and frame sizes.

Also, consider the kind of lighting you'll be using for your photography. Constant and flash lighting are your major options available, and they'll determine whether you should buy a camera with a leaf shutter or one with a focal plane shutter. Also, think about whether you'll need a tripod or you'll shoot with your hands. If you'll hold the camera, shop for a lighter model.


B&H Photo and Video stocks medium format cameras for sale from a range of brands, including Horseman and Linhof, as well as Holga and Lomography cameras.