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I Wrote a Review of the Hasselblad 501c
Old 03-17-2019   #1
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I Wrote a Review of the Hasselblad 501c

I've owned this camera for a year, it has been a lot more amazing than I thought it would be. I'm not very technical, it is more a compilations of my thoughts on the camera as to why I bought this model and why I really like this camera. Feel free to tell me if I've made a factual mistake, or lambast me for not knowing how to use proper punctuation.



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My first hasselblad as well - big advantage over the 500c/m was the brighter focus screen.

I’m sure I managed to fit the meter knob on mine - perhaps by using the metal retainer from the plastic case that came with the meter knob. In the end I went back to the standard crank preferring to estimate exposure.

As you show, it’s a brilliant travel camera with WLF and 80mm, it is indeed quite compact.
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