Bronica’s SQ system is the company’s entry to the world of 6x6 modular SLRs. Today, as when it was sold new, the Bronica offers a budget alternative to cameras like the Hasselblad 500C/M or Rolleiflex SL66. It also incorporated some advanced technology, especially in the realm of flash compatibility.
Just like the Hasselblads and Mamiyas, the Bronica offers interchangeable film backs, viewfinders, focusing screens, lenses, and other accessories. There are also several versions of the body that released between its introduction in 1990 and its discontinuing in 2003.