This 500 C/M shows normal signs of use. The black plastic clip is missing from the film back. It does not affect the camera. Some wear on the black paint of the pop-up viewfinder. Check photos for condition.
- Hasselblad 500 C/M SN: UR1214114
- Hasselblad a12 120 Film Back SN: US163517
- Black Leather Strap (worn)
- Carl Zeiss 80mm Planar Synchro Compur F2.8 lens SN: 4858331
The Hasselblad 500C/M was the third medium-format, single-lens reflex camera (SLR) designed and produced in Sweden by Dr. Victor Hasselblad. Designed to capture 6cm x 6cm square images on 120 (12 exposures).
This Camera is a favorite of photographer Dan Rubin. See it in action below:
And another video with Braedon Flynn and Dan Rubin both shooting Hasselblads comparing different Kodak black and white films:
Part of the uniqueness of the Hasselblad 500-series camera is its modular design. The camera consists of a body fashioned from a single block of nickel-alloy, a lens, a film back, a folding viewfinder (or optional prism finder), and a film crank, each of which is interchangeable with almost every Hasselblad 500-series camera produced from 1957 through 2006, when the last Hasselblad 500-series camera was hand-assembled, in 2006.
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