For next year: good, affordable, lightweight 4x5 field camera

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Still going strong with my 4x5 Bender that I built from the kit back in 1991. Bought a 210mm Nikkor to go with it and have been using it since then.
Just last year I forked up some cash to get a RODENSTOCK 135mm f/5.6mm APO-SIRONAR-S on ebay and am always looking for opportunities to go out and use it.
 

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The Toyo 45CF seem to fit your needs. However the used prices appear to be higher than the new price. This was my first LF camera and I bought it new from B&H way back in 2002 when they first came out. This is a great camera for backpacking and you don't need a heavy tripod for it. I use a Gitzo 0 series with it. I now have SIX (I can hardly believe it!) ToyoView LF cameras: 3 fields (AX, CF, MII) and 3 monorails (Robos, 57GII, and810G).

Thomas
 
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