Hasselblad ArcBody Kit with 35mm f4.5 Lens Medium Format

ArcBody Kit with 35mm f4.5 Lens

User Reviews (2)

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joost duppen   Professional [Aug 06, 2000]
Strength:

shift and tilt within a system I already
use. very compact and lightweighted.

Weakness:

to shift and get more of "the ground" in your photo you have to turn the camera upside down.

bacause of the fact that I make a lot of architecture photos (buildings in- and outside) I bougt this camera. One can shift just enough. I bougt the body with the 35mm and 75mm lens. 35 I use most. and the 75mm I can use if I have to make a picture of a product, so I can tilt the body.

Similar Products Used: normal technical camera. too heavy too big to take with you on location.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Mathew McDonald   Expert [Nov 18, 2000]
Strength:

Super lightweight, compact field camera that perfectly integrates with balance of Hasselblad SLR lineup.

Weakness:

Expensive, particularly for non Hassy owners. Not a hand holdable camera.

Generous movements for field camera, Rodenstock lenses, Hasselblad build quality and I get to use my A12 backs? This is a no brainer! I share film backs with my 2000FCW and have lightened my load over 5LBS from my Linhof Super Tech IV setup. Far quicker setup and with the price I got for Linhof, I bought this gorgeous camera. No more loading of Super Rollex backs, that's worth it alone!

Customer Service

Robert White is hands down THE BEST! Its Hasselblad which means its nearly bullet proof for 1st 1000+ rolls

Similar Products Used: Linhof Super Technika IV, Wisner Pocket Expedition 45, Horseman VHR, Silvestri T30
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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