Originally Posted by MrFujicaman
I can buy a Teflon based grease at Harbor Freight off the shelf that will handle -65 to 600F.
Mobil 1 motor oil will flow at -50
The lubricants weren't that big a deal.
Well, outgassing is not a severe problem in the typical applications.
But anyway lubricants certainly weren't a major problem for the Hasselblads, because a) they wouldn't reach all too extreme temperatures, b) still cameras can operate without or with very little lubricant, they will just wear much faster which didn't matter because they were disposable cameras to NASA.
The 16mm camera must have posed more lubrication problems, much more and faster movement.