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Old 03-13-2017   #1
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Hasselblad Commercials and Ads

This could be fun... Let's share still photo ads, videos and commercials that include Hasselblads.

Like this one:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1Q0ePBvH18c
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This could be fun... Let's share still photo ads, videos and commercials that include Hasselblads.

Like this one:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1Q0ePBvH18c
Not a commercial or an advertisement, Dave, but you may still find this 1967 interview with Victor Hasselblad to be of some interest. Personally I was fascinated by it.
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Not a commercial or an advertisement, Dave, but you may still find this 1967 interview with Victor Hasselblad to be of some interest. Personally I was fascinated by it.
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Hi, Brett!

Thanks for that link, I missed it the first time around. Now I feel like I just experienced part of a lecture at university and the voids are now filled in some respects. Great video and I am mesmerized by the way things work out for some people in all walks of life.

I am especially appreciative that exactly 50 years later, I can remember, relate and understand the context in which this man lived his professional life... at least to some extent. The cool thing is... I can experience the man's vision and hard-earned fruits of his labor with every shutter release. It is quite an experience!
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Stumbled upon this site the other day researching old view camera lenses. Lots of interesting info to be found.

http://allphotolenses.com/pdf/common/c_13.html
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Here We GO:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZPrapbMfd0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eBzF3959dk

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Hi, Brett!

Thanks for that link, I missed it the first time around. Now I feel like I just experienced part of a lecture at university and the voids are now filled in some respects. Great video and I am mesmerized by the way things work out for some people in all walks of life.

I am especially appreciative that exactly 50 years later, I can remember, relate and understand the context in which this man lived his professional life... at least to some extent. The cool thing is... I can experience the man's vision and hard-earned fruits of his labor with every shutter release. It is quite an experience!
Welcome Dave. He was a very interesting man, in touch with nature from a young age and it seems despite his drive to make superb cameras, he never lost that appreciation for the natural environment. He and Erna were not blessed with children, but on their passing, they left a substantial legacy to kickstart the Hasselblad Foundation. A life well lived, I think.
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The coolest brochure to date is hasselblads space photo brochure- wish I saved it from being tossed in a move
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