Large Format Lens

Large Format Lens
looking for a medium format camera – Help!?

So I've been in need of a new camera. With the fall of prices in dSLR I've heard it is good time to look to use media formats. I do not know what to look for. I know you do not want to spend much money. I also know I would rather not a TLR. As for what I've been doing in the past – I think the 6×4.5 format is what I want. Any suggestions? Also – what do I have to make sure I get – Say that I find a cheap body ebay – what other extras that the lens I need? If you help I've been doing a lot of interior still lives with natural light. I decided to move to medium format because I want to be able to print large [16×20 …… 20×30 option but would be] great and still retain detail. up until now have been using 35mm and can go up to 16×20 but that is what pushes a little. any input would be great. ps not looking holga, lomo, or other suggestions diana toy camera either

For a cost of quality-I love my Mamiya 645E. It's a totally manual camera, but has a very precise point meters built in. It has a removable back as cameras MF most of the other, but that does not bother me. Use all the excellent Mamiya Manual Focus Lens that more expensive cameras, so your photos will be very nice. These cameas usually can be purchased at Ebay at a reasonable price. Get the kit that has the grip and "reel fast", although there is nothing really "fast" on camera! But that is not what it is, is to create art. The Pentax 645N and 645NII are also very nice camera with more automatic features. In addition, The Mamiya 645AF. But again, I love the simplicity of the 645E and the ability to easily do what you want, such as multiple exposures and mirror lock. dials and levers in the body to choose what they want. Here are some shots I took last fall with this camera. steve http://www.pbase.com/s_parrott/study_for_autumn&page=all

35mm DOF adapter using large format lenses