This chrome 500C/M has noticeable wear on the paint. There are scuffs and scratches throughout the camera. On the edges of the back grip, there are noticecable old glue stains. Around the camera, there is brassing on the chrome. There This camera has a fresh CLA (clean, lube, adjust), meaning there is nothing to worry about in functionality.
Hasselblad 500C/M SN: UC176252
Hasselblad Film Back SN: UH197435
Zeiss Planar 80mm f/2.8 CF Lens SN: 3689270
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) or 220 (24 exposures) roll film.
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.