The return of a Fujifilm classic: Fuji GF670
In the summer of 2014, Fujifilm discontinued the Fuji GF670, a medium format camera. It came with a built in 80mm lens that folds out of the camera, resembling the old Voigtlander Bessa II.
Since its creation, photography lovers fell in love with the GF670′s elusive attribute that features a Fujinon 80mm f/3.5 lens tucked into the actual body of the camera.
You can unfold the lens easily when you want to shoot. However, as traditional photography has come in disuse in detriment of digital cameras, Fujifilm decided to discontinue the model.
Now, in a move no one predicted, Fujifilm is releasing the Fuji GF670 again because a set of boxes were discovered in an American warehouse that had brand new GF70s.
The camera is capable of shooting 6×7 format images on 120 film — allowing for a total of 10 exposures per roll. If you love old photography this is a great option for you. Grab one before they disappear forever.