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    500 C/M and 80mm Planar CF lens.

    How much would you guys (if you were interested) pay for a Hasselblad 500 C/M with 80mm Planar CF lens and a12 back in good nick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomalophicon View Post
    How much would you guys (if you were interested) pay for a Hasselblad 500 C/M with 80mm Planar CF lens and a12 back in good nick?
    Probably about 1000 AUD, depending on condition, so as much as about 1300, and as little as about 800.

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    Thanks Kevin, I was thinking around 1100, 1200. So are you thinking 1300 for REALLY good examples?

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    Have a look at KEH
    http://www.keh.com/Camera/format-Med...c=79293&r=WG&f

    The seem to range from $650 US for BGN early model to $1500 US for a black late model, factor in $150 for postage though and there you have $800 -1650 which sounds about right.

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    Excellent.

    Actually I'm looking at one locally but the seller is a bit sneaky. . .

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    Mine is a 1977 model and it was in pretty good condition when I bought it about eight years ago. I paid about $1500 back then, and they still seem to max out around that price, so I guess in real terms they are getting cheaper. There is a big difference between say a mid-1970s model and an early 1990s model.

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    I'll check the serial number then.

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    Sneaky would stop me from buying!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Caulfield View Post
    There is a big difference between say a mid-1970s model and an early 1990s model.
    We're talking 500 C/Ms?
    Apart from age (and probable wear), only a few minor differences. Cosmetics, mostly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frontdrive34 View Post
    Sneaky would stop me from buying!
    Sneaky in a non-threatening kind of way.

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