Hasselblad 501 CM kit/extras/CLA
A very fine Hasselblad 501 CM kit consisting of the body, 120 film back, waist finder, Acute-Matte D screen, sports finder, quick-focus handle, B50-58mm adapter, yellow filter, rubber hood, carry strap, and all caps.
The body and lens were purchased from David Odess (H'blad factory trained) two years ago, and they are in perfect original-specifications operating condition, and in very beautiful cosmetic condition. The equipment has been well cared for in my hands.
The Acute-Matte screen is brilliant...grid with split prism.
The 120 film back is an older model, works perfectly well, and I mounted a Lindahl darkside holder on it.
The little slip-on sports finder is pretty neat with the 80mm lens; used occasionally for a higher viewing perspective.
The removable quick-focus handle, does indeed speed up focusing on that long-throw 80mm, and it also helps with tiny adjustments.
The B50-58mm adapter on the lens allows me to use the far less expensive 58mm filters. A B&W yellow filter is supplied (I can't bear to take it off and expose the glass to this cruel world), along with a 58mm collapsible rubber hood, and generic lens cap (the original B50 cap is also included).
The Hasselblad hand-carry strap is also neat, and way better than having the weight of the kit hanging off my neck, and more out of the way when setting on a tripod.
The instruction book is the UK version with a different layout from the USA version, but manageable.
Body and lens caps are original.
The price is $1600.00, PayPal only, and we can split USA shipping and insurance.
...pretty much last call...moving to eBay on Monday, June 9th...
I suppose the lens is also included? And it's the 80 mm lens? You might want to add this in the line above.
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...hello Toad...now how could I forget that little detail?...yes it's an 80mm lens...dunk u...
NOTE FROM VINCENT: the camera is currently listed as a "Buy Now" on the auction site at $1600.00...my APUG price is reduced to $1500.00...also, the film back is now the newer model A-12, with darkslide holder. The lens is a "C" model. Mr. Odess's original invoice showing all three major components is included.
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