Fujifilm has a storied history with film cameras, having created some bodies that are still beloved by photographers even to this day. This great review takes a look at one of the most unique of those cameras: the GA645.
Coming to you from Negative Feedback, this interesting video takes a look at the Fujifilm GA645. The GA645 is an interesting entry in the history of cameras, as it's a point and shoot medium format. Fujifilm created some excellent medium format film cameras with super-sharp lenses (good luck prying my GW690 III out of my hands), and the GA645 continued that tradition. It had a flurry of excellent features to make shooting more automated, including a built-in light meter, data printing outside the frame, and more. What makes it particularly strange, however, is that in standard orientation, it shoots in portrait format. While that's surely rather jarring and counterintuitive at first, I'm sure the eye and mind adjust after a little time, and the result it puts out are well worth it. It's a particularly good camera for those who are new to medium format film, as it shoots well on auto mode, but still offers full manual control. Check out the video above for the full review.