Morada: Rua da Boavista, 375
Morada: 4050-107 Porto
Ano de fabrico: 1957-1969
Conjunto em óptimo estado e a funcionar perfeitamente.
1 Corpo Hasselblad 500C
2 Magazine para rolos
1 Objectiva Carl Zeiss Planar 1:2,8 f=80mm Nr5258024 com Parasol
1 Objectiva Carl Zeiss Synchro Compur Distagon 1:4 f=50mm Nr5143719
1 Tampa para objectiva 50369
1 Exposímetro Vivitar 45 com malinha
10 rolos Kodak TX 120 (06/1984)
1 rolo Fujicolor HR100
1 livrinho de instruções
1 Mala original Hasselblad com 2 chavinhas
+ in-lens leaf shutters
+ bayonet mount lens
+ automatic diaphragma
The Hasselblad brand has become the Rolls Royce in cameras. Often thought to be German, Hasselblad is in fact Swedish. The classic Hasselblad camera is the 500C, introduced in 1957 – the first in what is known as the V series. It is a medium format single-lens reflex camera, using German-made Carl Zeiss lenses with built-in leaf shutters. The 500 series has long been renowned for its superb optics, sturdiness, reliability, and compact size, and a modified 500EL/70 model was used by the astronauts who took part in the Apollo moon landings.
The Hasselblad 500C was one of the first system cameras. Its primary components – lens, prism/viewfinder, cranking knob, and film back – were interchangeable for flexibility. The square 6×6 (56mm x 56mm) format made the most of the lens image circle on the film and allowed more efficient cropping in the darkroom. Using a standard film back, 12 shots could be taken on a standard 120 roll of film, or 16 shots by fitting a 6×4.5 format back.
With the 500 series Hasselblad also demonstrated that a camera can be beautiful. No other design of camera, including later Hasselblads, has achieved such a classic look with its exquisitely composed straights and curves and the elegant counterbalance of dark textured surfaces with bright shining edges.
The Hasselblad 500C 'moon camera'
Launched by Hasselblad in 1957, the new 500C had lenses with a central leaf shutter. It was a true 'system' camera and became the bedrock of a line which became celebrated as the now-famous 'moon camera' used by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to record the first images of man on the moon, and perhaps more importantly, of earth from the moon.
The astronauts actually used a motor-driven Hasselblad 500EL/70 (70mm film back) Data Camera fitted with a Reseau plate and a Zeiss Biogon 5.6/60 mm lens. Conventional lubricants were replaced by a special low friction alternative and metal plating was used instead of the standard black leatherette covering. The thirteen cameras taken are still somewhere on the moon. To save weight, only the detachable film backs were brought back to earth.
The 500 C/M ('M' for modified), with user-replaceable focusing screens, was produced from 1970 until 1994. Hasselblad eventually introduced a brighter Minolta-made Acute-Matte fresnel focusing screen and the 500 line, with a succession of new variants (through-the-lens metering was included on the 503CX), became the industry standard for commercial and portrait photographers throughout the world, as well as well-heeled creative photographers. - *** Mais informações em: http://www.comshop.com.pt ***
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