This ad-free website's biggest source of support is when you use those or any of these links to approved sources when you get anything, regardless of the country in which you live. April 2016 Hasselblad Zeiss Contax Mamiya LEICA all reviews Hasselblad SWC Manual How to Use Ultra Wide Lenses Why We Love Film How to Shoot Film Why Fixed lenses Take Better Pictures Hasselblad Super Wide C, 1961 model. Hasselblad 903 SWC with fixed BIOGON 38mm f/4.5 lens and included finder (this sample made 1989, 11.5 inches/0.29 meters close focus, Bay 60 filters, 33.2 oz./941 g). These magazines are interchangeable so you can swap film type, image size or use a ground-glass back.Buy only from the approved sources I use myself for the best prices, service, return policies and selection. With an A12 6×6cm 120 back as shown it weighs about 48 oz./1,360 g and sells for about ,000. I got mine at this link directly to them at e Bay (see How to Win at e Bay). Digital backs work on the SWC, but not perfectly because digital backs are not designed to work with its special lens.Having used the H5D-50c and a good number of lenses for a while now, I wanted to round off the post from a couple of days ago (which was my mid term assessment of the camera) with some more detailed comments on the lenses – especially since practical reviews of these things are not common, and I’ve been receiving a lot of email of late.This is understandable, since medium format glass is both a serious and not so liquid – at least compared to 35mm – investment and therefore not the kind of thing you want to make a mistake buying.Use only the approved sources I use myself for the best prices, service, return policies and selection. What did change over the years is cosmetics, shutters and filter sizes. Only the external cosmetics, filter sizes, shutter systems and coatings have changed.
The good news is that what I’ve used is pretty much excellent across the board – there are some exceptions, but few.
enerally acknowledged as being the Rolls Royce under the cameras, it's the camera most serious users want to try out at least once in their life.
Now, a few years after the start of the digital revolution these cameras are dumped for prices noone would believe if you had told them 5 years ago.
If you have good eyes and want to see a few of these lenses, just look up at the moon.
B78 February 1987 Top Sample Images Intro Compatibility Format Specifications Performance Compared Usage Recommendations More 150mm f/4 CF, no filter, 7.2 foot focus distance, 1992 Hasselblad 503 CX with 1985 PME metered prism that says EV 8, Kodak T-Max 100 in 1993 A12 magazine, f/22 for 3 seconds to add ½ stop for reciprocity failure. All we brought on most flights to the moon were this 150mm, the 150mm, and that was it.