I have a Mamiya 67, Pentax 67 and a Fuji 69. The Mamiya is awkward like the Hassy with all the steps required to take a photo, not really operable in the field. (I hear some people wincing, but I just find it plain awkward looking down to look up, looking at parts of camera rather than what's being photographed) Not as sharp as the Pentax which is a real workhorse for a large job. I used it for a 36 portrait show because I wanted consistency in my printing size and framing. This is a fantastic camera. For sharpness and landscape photography, the Fuji 69 is ideal because of its slight vignetting. It yields images almost as sharp as my Toyo 4x5, as I make mural sized images 27 x 40 in my darkroom. It's a TTL, so focussing can be a struggle in certain light. Almost always use it with a tripod unless the sun is out. Now don't forget the Holga Pinhole! $26 It too requires a tripod for the 2 to 10 second exposures.