Russian Speaking Hasselblad 1000f
Here it is after months of promises. She isn't a beauty queen. Some may say cameras can't even speak, but this one may just sing to you.
This is a Hasselblad 1000f body that had the lens mount swapped out with a Keiv 88. Original lens mount is included.
1000f, speeds a little slow maybe, I'll try to get the speeds checked, anyone want to sell a shutter speed tester? I can get it CLA'ed for an additional $250,
12 exp back, untested.
Russian TTL 45 degree metered view finder. (i don't know how it works, but the lights come on.)
Oh and there are lenses.
30mm Fisheye with 4 filters, front cap, and case. (front cap needs to be velveted, old velvet removed)
65mm with 2 filters, front and rear caps, case. (no aperture blades, they defected before the lens)
80mm attached to camera, has a hood
300mm front cap, 2 filters and case
All glass looks good and clear. I haven't noticed any scratches, haze or fuzz. Some dust specs.
And some pictures:
I haven't shot with the camera in quite a while, and then it was just a roll to test. I'll try to run a roll or two though and see how things are. You are welcome to beat me to it
Lets try $1,000,000 Shipped to US, offers for more accepted, offers for less considered. I can add a few rolls of film too.
Is that one million in U.S. currency?
How about an incredible sale!
Weekend special $1000, that is 99% off the original ridiculous 4th of July price! Act now and I'll throw in 10 rolls of film!
As always offers for more accepted, offers for less considered.
BUT WAIT! If you call in the next 10 minutes...
Also, that TTL meter from Russia (with love) is great. My wife has one on her Hassy and she loves it. You set the ISO/ASA on the little dial on the side, then set your lens' maximum aperture (2.8, 4, etc.). Then, you push the little button and look through the viewfinder. Turn the dial slowly until the middle light is on or, until you can rock it back and forth very slightly and get it to bounce from left to right (under or over-exposed). Then, look at the dial and apply the given settings to your lens/camera. It will show you multiple equivalent exposures at once so it's rather nice. Takes some getting used to, though. A great system once you're comfy with it.
Ultimately, Photography is subversive, not when it frightens, repels, or even stigmatizes, but when it is pensive, when it thinks. --from Camera Lucida, Roland Barthes
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$900 anyone? any one at all interested?
I shot the fisheye 80 and 300 last weekend. It is fun to shoot with for sure! I might be getting too attached.... I still have to develop the film, but I'm in the process of moving... so sample images will have to wait... good news is, I will have a garage/man-cave/studio/fotolab/machine shop again!
How about a bump? Offers?
I uploaded a shot taken with the fisheye to the gallery, check it out. I have some more if you want to see. It is quite fun to shoot with.
A bit rich for my blood (I'm pretty low on cash), and I prefer 6x7 anyways, but if I were a rich man, I'd buy this based on the posts alone.
This has to be one of the best listings I've ever seen on here.
Good luck to you, sir.
Thanks BP, I wish I didn't have to sell any of my cameras.
Here is a shot with the 300mm attached.