Question about Hasselblad 503CW Medium Format Camera
If you can acquire sharp image with your 80mm, but not the 50mm and 120mmmm, there is no problem with your camera body, i.e. lens-flange to film plane. but how come you can not manage to get a sharp spot anywhere from the full turn of focusing rings with your 50mm and 120mm, unless the lens units inside these 2 lenses shifted. i doubt this happened to both lenses simultaneously?
if you are sure that your lenses have problem, send them for focusing test, since they are good and expensive lenses.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
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