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    Hasselblad Xpan / X-pan panoramic system

    Up for your consideration is a nice panoramic kit: Hasselblad Xpan with two lenses. The 45mm f/4 and the 90mm f/4 are in beautiful shape, clean and clear glass with minor dust. Both lenses come with their own Hasselblad lens hood and their own Heliopan filter as well as two Hasselblad rear lens caps - there is only one Hasselblad front lens cap.

    Notice that this body exhibits typical paint flaking, but the good news is, that there is no impact on the images. There is also an Arca Swiss quick release plate and a comfortable camera strap.

    It pains me to sell this as it is a lovely, exquisitely designed kit.

    Yours for $1850 shipped to the lower 48 states.
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    photos were taken with a consumer digital camera and so the files are noisy. The lens' glass is clean and clear - the photographs show digital noise and not dust or glass abnormalities.

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    I've no connection to the seller - but I have to say this is an exquisite system and amazingly well priced. Sharpest lenses you'll ever see and this is one solidly built camera you'll love. Wish I had the $ or I'd be on this one (and I actually have this camera and lenses already)
    "Never criticize someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes. That way, you're a mile away and you've got their shoes."

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    Simply want to be sure: Is the camera the earlier Xpan or the Xpan11?

    Nice kit.

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    Thank you for the kind words Colin. It is an exquisite system, really beautiful action on the focusing mechanism and it feels so solidly built.

    This is the original Xpan body.

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    bump

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    this is a XPAN I, but there is no big changes with the version II except the price

    It's a lovely camera, I'v got 2 of them ! go for it !

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    Thank you darxmurf!

    This just received a fresh set of batteries and I retrieved the shutter count, which displays as "0244".

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    How about $100 price drop -- this lovely set for $1750.00 ...



 

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