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Hasselblad Compendium 2nd edition including DVD

by Richard Nordin

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0986918806, Hardcover)

Publication date 6/2011; Hardcover, 368 pages, 8.5 by 11 inch format, printed in grayscale, 1120 photographs. Hasselblad cameras were first made beginning in 1949 as the result of the vision of Victor Hasselblad who felt that a high quality modular camera using film larger than 35 mm but more convenient than large format sheet film would find ready acceptance by photographers. For more than 60 years Hasselblad has been the standard by which all medium format cameras are judged and has been used by a wide range of photographers from wedding and fashion, portraiture, industrial, scientific and art. Hasselblad cameras received particular recognition as the primary film camera for the NASA space program. This book provides systematic and detailed descriptions of all Hasselblad equipment made up to the beginning of 2011. Included are all the production cameras, lenses and accessories as well a many rare and unusual items. 1120 photographs are included to augment the text. Tables of equipment codes and information on production numbers and dates of manufacture are provided. An included DVD contains much additional information including instruction books, factory brochures and catalogs, related documents and pdf files of all the photographs in the book - including some in color that are black and white in the printed pages. CONTENTS: - Forward - Preface - Introduction PART ONE: The Early Cameras (1949-1957) PART TWO: The 1957 - 2010 Cameras: The V System PART 3: The XPan and the H-System Cameras Acknowledgments Data Appendices Afterword

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