I'm still doing a lot of research, and will be renting some good cameras with digital backs when I get to Los Angeles next month. I keep eyeing the Sinar/Rollei/Leaf system because it's so strong here in Germany, and they really have some momentum right now. Well, two days ago they introduced the first real digital view camera, if you will. It's targeted at architects, and I will probably never need anything like this, but I think it's cool: Sinar arTec, with Ground Glass back with slider for rotating back, total tilts and shifts. It was developed together with architecture photographer Rainer Viertlböck who gave his input for the necessary features for his ideal camera. Some of the features of this new camera: - Revolving Adapter - Sliding Back for ground-glass composing - Lenses 23mm to 135mm (Sinaron Digital) - 5° Tilt/Swing, in all directions - Shift V +25/-15mm - Shift H +20/-20mm - 360° turnable tripod mount - 1.5 Kg Availability shortly after Photokina 2008. Not sure if Roll film Backs are an option on this thing. Front: Back, without Digital Back or Loupe over the Ground Glass: Back, with Digital Back (that can rotate) and Loupe over Ground Glass: Sliding Ground Glass across and the DB into place to make the exposure: I WANT one of these, REALLY BADLY!