As you point this Rolleiflex, your subject won't know your dirty little secret—that you're actually shooting a digital photo, rather than film. Just like the original TLRs, you look down into the lens—or 1.1-inch LCD, in this case.
The crank on the side needs to be turned for every photo, and just like with the film TLRs, the photos come out in a square shape, rather than the rectangles digital cameras normally produce. There were dozens of 6x6, medium-format and 35mm models, and while they differed in many ways, none had a 5MP sensor like this digital one. You can pick one up on Amazon for $270 in either black or red—don't worry, I won't blab about your naughty little digital secret. [Amazon and Amazon via PetaPixel]