Hey all--I could use some help. I've been shooting medium format for 30 years: first film withTLR Rolleiflex, then film with Hblad 500 C/M. I switched to the CFV16 back in 2006, pretty much the day it was released and it has worked well for me--I only shoot with a fixed 40 mm. Recently, in the past few months, I've developed a condition that makes my hands both painful (rheum. arthritis) and a bit clumsy. It will get worse. My very-heavy setup is now very much not working for me. I don't use a tripod--I actually carry it around like a massive point- and-shoot...and, again this has been my method for 30 years and I don't wish to change that (if possible). What I would like some help with is figuring out an acceptable, lower-weight alternative to my current setup. I would like to keep using my Hasselblad lenses, if possible. I can part with the Hblad body and CFV back. The lenses weigh a ton, but I have so many that I kind of want to try and keep them. And, I want it to shoot 1:1 image aspect--that is a requirement (I want to see it and shoot it as a square, not make it a square in post). What I really want is a digital version of my TLR Rolleiflex...but until that comes along I'm looking for something to use with my lenses. Fujifilm XE-2 with adaptor? Canon or Nikon something that is lightweight? Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thank you!