Not a clue.
I’m going to develop this and another roll today. I honestly can’t remember what this one’s all about.
I’ll know soon enough, though.
About 9 minutes in D76 1+1. I’ll have to presoak, then put this and the Holga roll of Pan F Plus in the same tank.
I botched the Hassy roll of Pan F Plus trying to get it on the reel. That happened yesterday. Failure happens, lessons learned.
I bought this camera, and the accompanying Zeiss Sonnar 1:4 150mm T*, from my neighbor at the time. Along with it came an early edition of Ernst Wildi’s The Hasselblad Manual and a healthy stack of Hassy promotional material. I still have all of it.
I added the #10 extension tube, the 80mm ƒ/2.8 Planar lens (plus the plastic Hassy branded bay 50 lens hood), and the more modern looking PM45 prism viewfinder.
The camera is pristine. No flaws whatsoever. I keep it in its own Domke bag for protection.
The camera’s distinctive slap sound at shutter release is one of my favorite things about this shooter.
I use the 80mm lens most. It makes amazing photographs.
Film type: 120
Film back: A12
Winding Mechanism: manual crank
Body construction: aluminum alloy
Dimensions: 4.7in x 6.8in x 6.8in
Big idea, abandoned
Elenor and friends