No. And neither are my 2x3 Graphics and 2x3 Cambo.
By local standards, all are medium format.
It is unfortunate as I think all people who shoot with View Cameras have a lot to offer.
If it has bellows and movements we tend to let it slide.
I thought the 6x9 Horseman did qualify because it is a camera with all the movements
My personal belief is that Large starts at 6x12 (which is a slightly cropped 4"x5" frame) 6x17 covers as much surface area as 4x5, and is as wide as 5x7..
6x9 is medium format, but as Edward said, anyone shooting a view camera has alot to offer on this forum, do not let the fact that you shoot medium format deter you from contributing.
Chamonix 045N-2 - 90/8 - 210/5.6 - RVP50, RDPIII, Ektar100, Fomapan 100 & T-Max100
One man's Mede is another man's Persian.
If it's any consolation, every photo I have posted before this was shot on 4x5, so it's not like I'm trying to sneak in. :-)