Fresh from the box she arrived in, my new play-thing! A Rolleiflex 3.5F with the much coveted Carl Zeiss Planar lens.
Since selling my Rolleiflex 6002 earlier in the year I have missed composing shots using a ground glass and waist level finder. As much as I love the stunning quality that my Mamiya 6 produces, as well as it's superb portability and modern design, I still cannot get used to using it's viewfinder to compose my shots. I wonder if a TLR is the answer.
I sold my 6002 because it was a little heavy and a tad bulky, plus the mirror-slap meant shooting at low speed was difficult. However, a TLR is small, light and with no mirror-slap it's stable and very quiet.
And as cameras go, they don't get much sexier!