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Hasselblad 500 C/M : Specifications and Opinions


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The Hasselblad 500 C/M is a reflex camera that uses film (non-digital) manufactured from 1970 to 1994 (discontinued). It does not have a continuos shooting mode. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is ;
18 users have given it an average vote of 9.8 out of 10


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 Esposure
 Shutter speeds  
 Exp. modes   M
 Metering modes  

 Features
 Stabilization   No
 Continuos shooting   FPS
 Pre-Burst   No
 Live View   No
 MLU/SS   No
 Video mode  
 WiFi   No
 GPS   No

 Camera body and built
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage %, x
 Flash   No
 Battery  
 Weather sealing   No
 Weight   g
 Dimensions   x x mm

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avatarsenior
sent on October 05, 2023

Pros: All the good things that have been written by those who have preceded me.

Cons: Nothing... (forgivable noise, considering the 'not discreet' professional vocation).

Opinion: In hindsight, I wish I had owned one less Leica R and one more Hasselblad C/M, instead of having borrowed it on various occasions. For my taste, the ergonomics of the 'cube' are fabulous for the set portrait. Regardless of the noise, which however must be evaluated according to the congenial contexts of the device, my 'artistic vocation' would have benefited...

avatarjunior
sent on September 18, 2022

Pros: It's always her... wherever you look at it expresses beauty and solidity

Cons: not having taken it back before

Opinion: I had it from 1987 to 1988... sold x economic reasons I have always promised to buy it back ... well... the time has come... found by RCE beautiful, overhauled... with 50 and 150 black t*... just loading the first roller was an emotion ... only the scent of the emulsion makes you go back to youth

avatarjunior
sent on December 26, 2019

Pros: Modularity. Mechanical. Construction. Aesthetic. Sound. Versatility. Weight.

Cons: At one time maybe the price. now not even that.

Opinion: My mother gave me this car when I started having a wedding as a boy. They told us it was the best car and I took it maybe with a bit of lightness. It actually took me years before I stopped being intimidated by the medium. Everyone with photography has his own relationship that you want to do. Years later, while I was in full acquisition syndrome and a little gnawing that I couldn't take a medium a little embanked https://www.juzaphoto.com/topic2.php?l=it&show=last&t=2612962#19260433 at one point I said to myself, "Hey, but I have a hassy in the closet. who cares to take the last cry of a modern medium?" was a joy. the first rollers thrown, I think it's inevitable. but getting familiar with the approach that it requires for me is simply the PERFECT machine. Apart from that it's a poem just to see it and touch it, to use it, to feel it, to take amazing photos. everyone uses it for landscapes and study I make a very street use of it, as a battle. its modularity is proverbial. mechanically stainless, infallible. the lenses that are now very little for me are still extraordinary. I mount them on sigma fp and at 24mp they crop a bit but they have an extraordinary solvency. to the touch are sassi. along with the 80 I also took the mythical 150 and 50 first version hope one day to take even the 40fc. are extraordinary lenses. Precise. the soft, precise, never nervous blurry. a machine full of genius that is slowly discovered. I can't help it anymore. I continue to use the nikon when I need a lot of shots but there is no comparison, the negative of a 6X6 and this machine in particular is another thing. 35mm can't get there. beautiful to use, to see, perfect results. for me the absolute number 1. I give her 10 because I can't think of anything but perfection when I think about it. Ansel Adams used it. For me, those who approach film photography must definitely evaluate this medium. it's a machine that makes you think before you take a picture, sure, but it's much less cumbersome than it may seem in the first 5 rollers, in fact, it's a machine that asks for respect and understands it but then assists you, to prevent you from doing big or small damage. even in the event of a collision. Victor at the first presentation in New York asked bystanders to drop it to show its resistance. Volvo style. If Nasa used it for fake landing manfrina it's because it was and is the most reliable camera produced by the human mind. It's a shame that they have abandoned the wonderful digital benches, it would be nice if a company could make the actual 6x6 sensor coming to a super format and especially without cropping the lenses. which is a crime especially when it comes to the wideangles, the first with that sharp corner to corner, without the slightest shadow of vignette even at TA (reason why we did not go to the moon, where instead in the photos there is an obvious fall off of side light typical of artificially lit scenes. the debunkers say that it is the fault of the Zeiss lenses for the V System. but those who use them know that it is a blasphemy to try. And the canvases, with those slow and precise fires, that wonderful system to immediately understand the depth of field by taking a look at the area and shifting the times without changing the diaphragm, if in the first roller they seem to you accessories maybe not even so welcome then you begin to understand its meaning. you have to remove the lens with the charged machine otherwise it won't come back. it sounds like a joke but it is so. If you have a doubt about this machine, take it off. and if the photos don't come good to you, it means you didn't have something interesting enough in front of you. because she doesn't lie. he's not wrong. If the aliens were to land and we had to explain the photograph to them, they should be shown the Hasselblad.

avatarjunior
sent on August 25, 2019

Pros: Everything from construction to the final image

Cons: Create dependency

Opinion: It is not a tip and snaps (trivial observation), it really forces you to think, but the use becomes a rite almost a religion. Then it's hard to miss photos, not because it's easy to do the opposite: it's so hard, it forces you so much to think that you can't not care about the image (also because an unprinted shot, just roller and development - in the lab not in the house - costs about 1.5 euros , equal to 9 euros per roller). It's cumbersome and heavy, you probably don't go to street (let's discuss it, class is not fast, it takes a slowed street), but the results.

avatarjunior
sent on June 02, 2018

Pros: Construction, reliability, absolute quality, versatility

Cons: It makes you fall in love so much that you don't potersene separate even in your sleep

Opinion: Well... what to say. Hasselblad, the absolute story, that pompous name, that philosophy; It takes you to see and raggionare like no other camera in the world can do. It is a world in its entirety. It is not a point and shoot machine and many consider it a purely study machine, even if in my opinion, it has no rivals in any field where it arises. Today use a 500cm-500c-501cm and so on is like going against everything you are accustomed to use; Because already only when you go to grip, look in the cockpit and realize that the image appears to mirror the reality, the first experiences creates much confusion (unless you work a useful, heavy and expensive pentaprism viewfinder), the Made of then having to focus that way, set aperture and shutter speeds and walk with the external meter (if you do not know how to read the light to the eye), it can be daunting and difficult, but once you hold the hand, everything comes automatic and sensational at the Same time. After removing the protective foil you are ready to "shoot" the photo. It is said to shoot because the "sound" of the Mirror that rises and the shutter that closes reminds more the shot of shotgun Cal 12 rather than a camera. Perhaps for this reason and also for the non-immediacy of use, its greatest limitation are the sport photography and the volatile fauna. For the rest I go back to say that it is a car that leads you to reason before you shoot. Today it is located at prices all in all accessible, only body and the classic planar 80mm f 2.8. If you want to do something for good, that is a serious and complete kit of several optics and accessories, well here is not a means for everyone. Another limit (maybe for the "big" so then it cancels) is the fact of having only 12 poses, provided not to weigh down with other reserve warehouses already loaded. Another limit that makes a camera challenging, after the costs of management, is the weight; Not so much as the camera alone, but of all the loot that normally you carry around, for example I always walk with two stores, one BeW and the other always with the color, 4 lenses, filters, various adapters and tripod, you get to drag a 5-year-old baby well-fed. But those who love and accept all this would never change it. At the top, viewed and considered the age of the projects. For those who have it today, there are digital stores that can modernize it and bring it to a level of use/fascination that today, at a distance of 75 years, still does not fear rivals. Always to consider the cost of the warehouse is not indifferent, for the cfv50 it takes €11,700, little bit less. What to say, a gem still today that will never fade that I prefer to any other machine today, so much that I have put the 5d MkIII into oblivion. Will it be the Hasselblad name? Will that celluloid has a indescribable charm? Will it be his form, which has been a source of imitation for various brands that have tried to be rivals but never even comparable to the Swedish cube? In short, it makes you fall in love so much that you leave your heart... and your wallet...

Photos taken with Hasselblad 500 C/M

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Photo taken at Lhasa (Tibet) in 1988 in an obviously
by Marco50
85 comments, 6551 views
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Rome 1995
by Mauriziop
52 comments, 5287 views
Foto
San Pietro 1993
by Mauriziop
38 comments, 4234 views
Foto
Photo 1986
by Mauriziop
19 comments, 3308 views
Foto
Film photo dia 1985
by Mauriziop
45 comments, 4458 views  
HI RES 8.7 MP

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Peasantry
by Mauriziop
49 comments, 4333 views


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Photo film dia 1990
by Mauriziop
33 comments, 2881 views
Foto
San Pietro 1993
by Mauriziop
30 comments, 3262 views
Foto
Chestnuts Roman
by Mauriziop
29 comments, 4175 views
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Ancient Peasant
by Mauriziop
19 comments, 5695 views
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Untitled Photo
by Mauriziop
28 comments, 1954 views
Foto
Film photo dia 1985
by Mauriziop
28 comments, 3055 views
Foto
Antiche Contadine Photos 1986
by Mauriziop
23 comments, 1335 views
Foto
Bag pepper
by Silvio Maccario
32 comments, 6358 views  
HI RES 7.9 MP

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Snowfall in 1985
by Mauriziop
29 comments, 3301 views
Foto
Photo 1993
by Mauriziop
47 comments, 2509 views  
HI RES 5.3 MP

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St. Peter
by Mauriziop
24 comments, 2554 views
Foto
My Mother 1930 1986
by Mauriziop
24 comments, 2886 views  
HI RES 3.9 MP

Foto
Tan Luna
by Mauriziop
24 comments, 2709 views
Foto
Film photo dia 1985
by Mauriziop
27 comments, 3382 views  
HI RES 11.7 MP

Foto
We do that today?
by Mauriziop
15 comments, 1608 views
Foto
Film photo dia 1985
by Mauriziop
22 comments, 1798 views
Foto
Cathedral
by Mauriziop
6 comments, 1794 views  
HI RES 6.2 MP

Foto
Let's stay at home.....
by Mauriziop
20 comments, 911 views  
HI RES 4.9 MP

Foto
Forest IL
by Mauriziop
16 comments, 1426 views
Foto
Verbania Lake Maggiore
by Mauriziop
29 comments, 2654 views  
HI RES 8.4 MP

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Golgotha
by Mauriziop
41 comments, 2998 views
Foto
Tan Di Luna
by Mauriziop
18 comments, 1563 views
Foto
Rome 1985
by Mauriziop
33 comments, 1842 views
Foto
Antica Contadina photo film 1985
by Mauriziop
20 comments, 1260 views  
HI RES 6.5 MP

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Ancient Peasant
by Mauriziop
8 comments, 6898 views  
HI RES 5.0 MP

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Ancient Peasant
by Mauriziop
9 comments, 3600 views
Foto
The Rock of Monaco from Tte de Chien (550 m)
by Silvio Maccario
14 comments, 2205 views  
HI RES 7.3 MP



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Ancient Peasant
by Mauriziop
14 comments, 3035 views
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Day and Night
by Mauriziop
27 comments, 1998 views
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Old Work
by Mauriziop
11 comments, 1705 views
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Overview of San Pietro
by Mauriziop
10 comments, 1656 views  
HI RES 2.4 MP


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