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    A photography flea market ? !

    Be still my heart!!!

    I'm sooooo jealous! Good luck with it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BWGirl
    We came home with a Hasselblad 500 c/m with a Carl Zeiss planar 2.8/80 lens. I have no idea how to work this thing!
    You have to pack it nicely and go to the post office. There you ask them to send it to:

    Morten DamkjŠr....

    Bla bla blahhh


    Congrats on your Hassy

    Morten (who isn't jealous!!!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by modafoto
    Congrats on your Hassy

    Morten (who isn't jealous!!!!)
    Ooooooo YES you are

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    Jeanette..........you're killing me girlfriend! I'm glad you made the step up to a larger negative. It's all over for you now as you will plunge head first helplessly to the land of bigger is better. Pretty soon the 120 will turn into microfilm as you go deeper in your quest for sharper and clearer. Seriously you're gonna love it. By the way, on my little point and shoot I had Saturday (the one you were laughing at and hurting my feelings) do you remember the make of the lens it had on it?......Carl Zeiss! Have fun with the new toy.
    "EVERY film and paper is good .......... for something"
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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    Ooooooo YES you are

    ssshhhhh.....don't tell them :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikepry
    Jeanette..........you're killing me girlfriend! I'm glad you made the step up to a larger negative. It's all over for you now as you will plunge head first helplessly to the land of bigger is better. Pretty soon the 120 will turn into microfilm as you go deeper in your quest for sharper and clearer. Seriously you're gonna love it. By the way, on my little point and shoot I had Saturday (the one you were laughing at and hurting my feelings) do you remember the make of the lens it had on it?......Carl Zeiss! Have fun with the new toy.
    It's funny you mention that!!! When I saw the lens, I actually laughed out loud! haha "Hey! Carl Zeiss!" haha I think the guy sold us the camera just to get me the heck away from his table! haha

    Ah Morten! there, there.....a nice little smell of Rodinal will help... it will be ok!
    Jeanette
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    Quote Originally Posted by BWGirl
    Ah Morten! there, there.....a nice little smell of Rodinal will help... it will be ok!
    Ahhhhhh.....nice! Rodinal fumes in the air...soooooothing and calming!

    But I still feel that I deserve a Blasselhad with a Zerl Caiss lens (a very original rubbsih copy....?)

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    Isn't that camera just a fine piece of machinery? Congrats on the new used toy. The book: The Hasselblad Manual by Ernst Wildi is a good start. There are many places on the net to get it. There's a Hasselblad dealer in MN, whose name escapes me right now, that has a good selection of stuff for Hassey (and is a repair site too).

    Regards, Art.
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    I'll never forget my first roll of 120 film that I developed. The sight of those big negs with bags of detail that you could see without the aid of a magnifying glass. Welcome to a wider (and squarer) world. I used the 500 both manual and motor driven semi professionally in the late seventies. They were both a delight to use.

    I own a Hartblei 88 modified with a Hasselblad Acute Matte focussing screen and adapted to accept genuine Hasselblad backs. Not quite the same expeirience but close(ish)

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