Excerpt: I'm using this for landscape and portraiture work, but it could be used for some light reportage work as well. The files are great. I own a D800 too, an a lot of people like to compare the two. It's a silly comparison - the files from the 645D, and the look you get with medium format lenses makes this a totally different camera. The only similar thing is the number of MP. The quality of the pixels though - 645D hands down.
Pros: Easy To Use, Good Image Quality, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: I bought this item used before one year ago. It operates perfectly. the image quality is nearly perfect. It gives me the idea that i am shooting with film while i am getting best digital photography quality.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, Large Clear LCD
Summary: OK, full disclosure. I have not purchased this camera. main reason: limited availability of lens's in the USA. I want a super sharp 100mm lens, a good autofocus zoom to 300mm,and something to 500 or 1000mm. Not interested in a 50 or an 80. As for the camera, why no image stabilization? For strictly tripod use, it looks great, technically.
Excerpt: The 645D is an excellent medium format SLR that does an incredible job of showing great detail. The unibody is excellent in handling the camera without having to worry about installing backs. The controls are easy to find and operate. The only thing missing is live view and this is why I am giving it a four star rating.
Pros: Easy To Use, Functional, Good Depth Range, Water-tight Seals
Excerpt: love this camera,used it at an outdoor event and got great shots.this camera will match your best skills.it has more bells and whistles than most will ever use.they should have included live view,a iso of at least 50,25 would have been the"cat's meow.should have done more research on what lenses to match it with.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD
Cons: Lag / Shutter Delay, Needs better software, No image stabilization, no live view
Excerpt: Back in the late 80s I seriously started to pursue landscape photography. I had been impressed with large fine art gallery prints that caught my eye and I wanted to be able to create those same types of images for myself. After six months with 35mm I knew it was a dead end for me. I jumped to a Pentax 67 and never looked back.
Summary: (If you don't like specifics, just know that this is a 3.5 star review and jump to the conclusion!) After having spent a few days with this camera, I though it was time to come and share some of my thoughts on it. I am a wedding photographer, and decided to give this thing a rent (Lensrentals is a wonderful company btw) to see if at some point would be inclined to invest in the Medium Format digital system.