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    Hasselblad 501 CM and X-ray

    Here is my Hasselblad 501 CM with PME 45 prism, A12 back and 80 CFE lens with B60 filter. Photo is made with dental X-ray machine.
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    Wow, seeing the lens' elements and the viewfinders as well is very cool. Thanks for sharing!
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    Well, first attempt was My Nikon F3. But it was not so good... [IMG][/IMG]

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    That is cool, it is amazing how mechanical the film holder is.
    "Would you like it if someone that painted in oils told you that you were not making portraits because you were using a camera?"
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    This X-ray is made for head. It is used in dental medicine. Evrything is sharp. It is not orthopan but I think it is called telerentgen.

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    Very cool.
    So, any cavities in the Hasselblad's teeth?

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    Unlike a camera with film which captures the reflected light through a lens which has projected it on to the film, the x-rays go through the subject and strike the film or sensitized plate. The difference in densities of what is being x-rayed stop or slow the x-rays so the amount of x-ray striking the film will determine shades on the film. Something that is radio-opaque will be clear or white and something that is radiolucent will be black and so forth. The setting on the x-ray machine can be adjusted to emit different degrees so the head shot by an orthodontist is set to show both hard and soft tissues.

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