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I have a Hasselblad 500C/M camera and can't get the lens on.

I have a Hasselblad 500 C/M and can't get the lens on. Help

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Http://www.butkus.org/chinon/hasselblad.htm
Get the manual. They are picky, it might require the shutter to be wound or something like that.

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This is not a problem necessarily, but i cant seem to find this info on the net. what type of lens is compatible with the Hasselblad 553 ELX? Can the 500 C/M lenses work?


All C and CF lenses manufactured since 1957 will work on your 553ELX. The only Hasselblad lenses which will not work are the F types manufactured after 1976 for those bodies which incorporate a focal plane shutter.

You can download a free user manual courtesy of the Norman Butkus website by clicking here.

I hope that my reply has been clear and useful, if so then please spare a moment to rate my answer.

Aug 02, 2011 | Hasselblad 553ELX Medium Format Camera

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I have a hasselblad 503cx. when i hit the shutter button, the back part of the lens opens (where the film is) but the lens shutter is closed. when i let go, the lens opens and the back closes.


The proper order of exposure should be:

Curtain opens/Lense stops down (unless wide open)
Lense shutter closes
When releasing button, curtain closes
When winding, lense shutter opens

If this isn't what's happening, something is wrong. There is only a simple mechanical screw connection between body and lense, so it'd have to be an issue with the gears in the body.

May 21, 2011 | Hasselblad 503CX Medium Format Camera

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I have 400 & 640mm Novoflex lenses latest type I wish to use on Hasselblad 201f (focalplane shutter). First, will these lenses cover the 6X6cm format? Second, what kind of adapter do I need and...


Yes they will. You need a Novoflex HAPRO adapter which can be ordered from your camera store. You may also need a new focus tube if your lens is set up for a 35mm camera as the flange focal length for 35mm is different then for your camera.

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I pressed the shutter release button while attaching the lens to the body. Now my Hasselblad is jammed. The diaphram is closed, the shutter crank knob is turned about halfway, and the lens is stuck half...


On my Hasselblad 501 CM, I have never encountered this problem. As expensive as these cameras are, and delicate, I wouldn't chance it. I would contact the Hasselbad company and ask them to fix it for you.

http://www.hasselbladusa.com/service--support/technical-support/contact.aspx

I would try the above link to contact hasselblad's tech support if I were you.

Good luck on this.

Dec 25, 2010 | Hasselblad 501CM Medium Format Camera

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I have a Hasselblad 500c/m with the lens stuck on the body and I not turn the shutter knob. Help!


Get the back off the camera, make sure you can see inside the camera and locate a chrome screw in the middle below the lens.
Turn it right to align the locater slot of lens and body. Be very careful and do not use to much force. If you turn it enougn you can use the release button an unscrew the lens by turning it anti-clockwise.



Sep 19, 2009 | Photography

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Which Hasselblad?


There were several versions of the 500C/M as production was over many years. The 501C had all the latest revisions of the 500 C/M series to make it the better choice. You'll get more $ for the 501 for this reason. Later versions of the 500C/M had a much better coil spring to control the mirror for starters. Unless you are going to use this camera for daily professional use, either would be a reliable camera. A good way to check the amount of use on any Hasselblad is to look at the back of the camera where the film magazine mounts. A good solid black with no shiny spots on the plate would indicate little use. There are raised lines around the aux. shutter opening that will wear as film back are removed and replaced.

Nov 12, 2007 | Hasselblad 203FE Medium Format Camera

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Unsharpness


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.

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Sep 14, 2006 | Hasselblad 503CW Medium Format Camera

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