Question about Hasselblad 503CW Medium Format Camera
Unwanted drag flash effect appeared while shooting with flash light, camera well fixed on tripod with 1/125 sec. speed, and 16,5 f. In door.
Have any one experienced mechanical movements which create these ghosty images?
Can you shoot rear curtain flash modes?
If not, try this:
Advance the camera.
Open up the shutter(set mirror lock-up). You'll have to remove the Winder CW to do this.
Push black Tap up to open up the shutter. Don't worry, lens is still closed.
You'll not see anything from the viewfinder, just black.
Trip the shutter button.
Now, check the images.
What do you get?
Try shooting under one second in low light.
Battery is new and not over 5 years old?
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Posted on Feb 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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