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Hasselblad 500C/M + 80mm f2.8 Planar T* CF + A12N Film Magazine + Waist Level Finder (New / 42323 Black)

Hasselblad 500C/M + 80mm f2.8 Planar T* CF + A12N Film Magazine + Waist Level Finder (New / 42323 Black)

Regular price $3,439.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $3,439.00 USD
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Used item, no tax.
Restored: Tested & inspected with special tools and machinery. Working correctly after professional repair or service. Any flaws present will be noted and will not affect typical use.
The body cocking, advancing, focusing screen height, and mirror mechanisms have been cleaned, lubricated, and adjusted as needed.
The lens, aperture, depth of field, and shutter mechanisms have been cleaned, lubricated, and adjusted as needed. The inner elements have been cleaned.
The film back and frame counter mechanisms have been cleaned and lubricated.
It comes with an Acute-Matte focusing screen (42165). The screen has some minor haze/moisture spots inside that will not affect use significantly.

Details: Hasselblad 500C/M + 80mm f2.8 Planar T* CF + A12N Film Magazine + Waist Level Finder (New / 42323 Black)

Manual focus medium format V-mount SLR released by Hasselblad in 1970. Its major improvement over the 500C was the addition of a user-interchangeable focusing screen. It is a system camera with interchangeable lenses, prisms, grips, winders, and film backs. Metal body available in either silver or black finish.

  • Size: 106 x 103 x 88mm
  • Weight: 582g

Manual focus normal lens made for the Hasselblad V system SLR cameras by Carl Zeiss starting in 1982. It gives the equivalent field of view to a 44mm lens on full frame/35mm and has Carl Zeiss' T* coatings. Metal body available in black.

  • Hasselblad 80mm f2.8 Planar T* (7 elements, 5 groups)
  • Shutter: Prontor CF leaf, 1s - 1/500s plus B.
  • Minimum focus distance: 0.9m
  • Aperture blades: 5
  • Size: 82 x 65mm
  • Weight: 507g

120 film magazine made for the Hasselblad V system medium format cameras by Hasselblad introduced in 1985. A12N ("New") is not a factory designation but one that seems to be in general use to differentiate the early and later versions of the A12. A number of changes were made both internally and externally. Most noticeably the change from two spool-holders to only one, the number "12" written on the release button, and the "Made in Sweden by Victor Hasselblad" on the side. There is also a variant available with the text "A12–6x6" instead of a number on the release button. In 1997 the magazines were fitted with a built-in dark slide holder on the back. Metal body available in chrome and black.

  • Size: 98 x 91 x 49mm
  • Weight: 391g

Waist-level viewfinder made for the Hasselblad V system SLR medium format cameras by Hasselblad introduced in 1984. Newer version with an improved opening and closing mechanism. The sides can be folded simultaneously instead of needing to be done individually. Has an interchangeable pup-up fine focus loupe. Metal body available in black.

  • Size: 69 x 65 x 18mm (folded)
  • Weight: 85g

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Hasselblad V

The Hasselblad V system consists of a variety of 6x6 medium format cameras that began production in 1948. These bodies were produced, with many iterations, until 2013. All Hasselblad V cameras use medium format (generally 120) roll film and produce 6x6cm square images.

The first cameras of the V system, the 1600F and 1000F, used in-body focal plane shutters. While they were successful, issues with reliability and fragility, as well as user desire to sync flash more easily, prompted Hasselblad to switch to lens-based leaf shutters.

The first Hasselblad with a leaf shutter was the 500C in 1957. These lenses, fitted with Synchro Compur shutters, proved incredibly robust, reliable, and popular. NASA even brought these cameras to the moon, as Hasselblad loves to remind us! The famous ”Earthrise” photo, with the Earth rising over the horizon of the moon, was taken with a modified Hasselblad 500EL and 250mm lens.

For the next 60 years Hasselblad cameras would stand as the definitive modular SLR experience. Despite innovations from companies like Mamiya, Zenza Bronica, and Rolleiflex, the Hasselblad V system was the bar to reach in terms of build/image quality.

Hasselblad V cameras have access to a wide array of Carl Zeiss lenses as well as a series of interchangeable backs, allowing the cameras to shoot 6x6, 6x4.5, and 35mm panoramic. There are even digital backs that can turn your 60 year old Hasselblad into a modern digital camera!

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