The GS-1 was introduced by Bronica in 1982 and designed to be a compact and lightweight 6×7 SLR. It was created to go up against the industry standard 6×7 SLR system – the Mamiya RB / RZ67. The Bronica is much smaller and lighter, roughly the size of a Mamiya 645.
Bronica released 9 lenses for this system; 50, 65, 80, 100, 110 Macro, 150, 200, 250, and a 500mm super-telephoto. Shutter speeds are electronically controlled from 16s to 1/500 sec, and flash sync is available at all speeds. Like most medium format SLRs, the GS-1 was made to shoot multiple formats, from 6×4.5 to 6×7, in both 120 and 220 roll film.
The camera is sold with a waist-level finder, 6x7 back, and the fast 100mm f3.5 leaf-shutter lens.
|shutter priority mode||No|
|full manual||Yes, works|
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