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    So only Hasselblad users have high cholesterol ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by naeroscatu View Post
    Owning a Hasselblad should automatically qualify people as models
    Owning a Hasselblad may automatically qualify people as models, but it doesn't automatically make them photographers.
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    Yes, it does! Model photographers.

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    Just had a look at that advert, Hasselblad? looked like a Kiev to me
    Stack of 35mm stuff, some 120 stuff and lots of other junk to make it work

    Keep it simple. ~ Alfred Eisenstaedt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    In the US, I just saw a Trilipex advertisement with a photographer using a Hasselblad with a waist level finder. Then they show him with large mounted prints on display. The camera had a film back.

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    The advertisement picture was taken with a Bronica
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    Quote Originally Posted by david b View Post
    I just saw the commercial. I am pretty sure it is a Hasselblad 1600 being used with a giant, overkill tripod.

    here's the video
    http://www.trilipix.com/AboutTrilipi...pix-Video.aspx
    Upon closer inspection, the accessory rail looks more like a 500 C or C/M...

    OMG.... I can't believe I've stooped to this level, carefully eyeballing a TV ad, way way too much time on my hands

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    And Kodak will bring back 120 Kodachrome !

    Quote Originally Posted by pgomena View Post
    Now that Hasselblads are showing up in TV ads, we can expect a new surge in their cult status and an astronomical increase in prices for used gear. The resulting increase in film sales will prompt film manufacturers to double their output and film prices will fall like winter rain.

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    And Kodak will bring back 120 Kodachrome !

    Yeah Right.

    I used to say that; " Hasselblad's were for Squares."

    Now even they don't believe it, proving me right
    after all these years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanishing Point Ent. View Post
    I used to say that; " Hasselblad's were for Squares."

    Now even they don't believe it, proving me right
    after all these years.
    Not quite.

    It has been a long time since the company called "Hasselblad" last was "Hasselblad".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanishing Point Ent. View Post
    I used to say that; " Hasselblad's were for Squares."

    Now even they don't believe it, proving me right
    after all these years.
    Hasselblad was sold off twice IIRC and now sells cameras that do not take square photographs.

    Steve
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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