In the 70's, 80's, and 90's I had a studio. I remember engaged couples asking what kind of equipment I used for weddings. The girls would remark that they were looking for something "higher end" than 35mm. So I bought a Kowa Super 66 system which produces a 2 1/4 inch square film image. It paid for itself in about a month. My clients loved the higher quality from the larger film. Then someone told me about the Mamiya 7II system. So I bought one of the those and sold my Kowa. My clients loved the even larger 6x7 image and the camera was an absolute joy on Earth to use. Whisper quiet, strong, yet lightweight. And the lenses were tack sharp. I would still be using it today if digital hadn't killed film. I paid about 5 grand for the M7II system, which would be about 9 grand in today dollars. My question is what is the digital equivalent of the Mamiya 7II? I know Hassy makes a large format digital camera but it cost as much as a new Shelby GT 500. Is anything available in the 10K range - for the entire system (including lenses)?