Japanese medium-format SLR (edit)
6×9 Rittreck (6×9)
6×8 Fujifilm GX680
Japanese TLR and pseudo TLR ->
Other Japanese 6×6, 4.5×6, 3×4 and 4×4 ->

Introduced in January 1983, the SQ-Am was a "integrated motor-drive only" version SQ-A body (in other words, the SQ-Am has no manual film advance). Up to this date installing the accessory motor drive to the SQ series of Bronicas was a tricky and somewhat unreliable process. To make a reliable motor-driven SQ, therefore, the motor was incorporated into the body of the SQ-Am. The SQ-Am used six AA batteries to drive the motor, in addition to the a small 6 volt battery to power the camera's shutter and meter. The drive ran at two frames every three seconds, with the batteries lasting for approximately 60 rolls of 120 film.