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    At least they recognized the need for a grip. The cameras without one drive me nuts.

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    ugh... they continue to go off the deep end. those wood grips remind me of those older flash brackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newt_on_Swings View Post
    ugh... they continue to go off the deep end. those wood grips remind me of those older flash brackets.
    If anyone here has got one of those wooden Pentax 67 grips, can you bolt it to a NEX (or any other cheap P&S or Mirrorless) and see if it looks any better than this Habbelsad?
    An awful lot of electrons were terribly inconvenienced in the making of this post.

    f/64 and be there.

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    Reminds me of a digital camera born with a genetic condition with an extra chromosome from a handgun. The Down's Syndrome of the camera world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom1956 View Post
    We live in a day and time when nobody makes a single thing I would want to buy. It's over.
    Really? Not a single thing?

    So, you wouldn't want a new Ebony? Any of Schneider or Rodenstock's current lenses? Film?

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    Hmm, the article linked out to another Hasselbad - the Lunar.
    I think I have seen enough screwed up designs for today.

    Although going by their digital MF bodies, one wouldn't really know if they have deviated much in "design" terms :P

    Sometimes, one wished these guys learn a little bit from exotic supercar makers. Ferrari, for example, haven't made a rebadged Punto.

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    If Victor Hasselblad were alive today he would turn in his grave!


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    That new Hassy will look good in ones hand getting out of their pimp mobile.

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    Missed pointing out this - learned a new phrase 'jumping the shark'. May not be useful to hassie much though!

    - via tapatalk.

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    There was that period of the brightly colored Hasselblads. Where's Art Liem? He has a yellow one.
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