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    Hasselblad long exposure

    How? Long exposure, about 1min with
    Hasselblad 503CW, Planar 80mm CFE


    Thanks

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    Set it on T or B. I can't remember if that lens has T. For T, use the cable release to start the exposure and then use the cable release to end the exposure. For B, use the cable release to start the exposure and hold the cable release until end the exposure.

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    Yes, it has just B. So I have to hold the cable release until the end. Oook
    Thanks so much !!

    p.s. should I be worried about vibration during holding?

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    Buy a shutter release cable that has a lock on it (typically a small ring at the base of the trigger). In the locked position, when you press the trigger it stays there until you release the lock.
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    Yes, you should worry about vibration during holding. Don't breakdance around the camera until after the shutter is closed.
    "There is a time and place for all things, the difficulty is to use them only in their proper time and places." -- Robert Henri

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    Use the cable release locking mechanism and leave it alone until the exposure time is up. Then release the cable release to close the shutter again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baltmis View Post
    p.s. should I be worried about vibration during holding?
    Use a tripod or set it down on a table.
    Warning!! Handling a Hasselblad can be harmful to your financial well being!

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    Damn. And I am a breakdancer who just love to take pictures over 1 min

    Any tips for googling about shutter release cable that has a lock on it?

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    Yes, I am using tripod and shutter release. But I was expecting that it will work as on T.
    But looks like not.
    Thanks so much everybody for fast replies!

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    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

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