Hasselblad Lens Repair Manual Pdf [REPACK]
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I would suggest that you not try to repair the camera body yourself. Unlike the film magazines and the lenses, the camera body contains four release arms. The problem with your camera body may be able to be corrected by adjusting one or more of the release arms. This would be an easy job for an experienced Hasselblad technician. Here's the problem of trying to do this yourself... the four release arms are all interconnected with each other.
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Some people try to repair the camera body by saying that it must be able to be disassembled in order to be repaired. I don't agree with that statement, because the four release arms are interconnected with each other. You can not remove the four release arms from the camera body and start working on them. The only way to make a camera body repairable is to make sure that all of the release arms are adjusted to their original position and the camera body is reassembled correctly. And, all of this must be done without removing the release arms. And, all of this must be done without causing any damage to the release arms.
If you decide to try to make a camera body repair, you will find that the camera body is not a simple repair. When it comes to these camera bodies, you are dealing with four release arms, and they are all interconnected. If you try to remove any of the release arms, you will have to take them out, and then put them back, in order to have a working camera.
Even if you are not familiar with cameras and their repair, you can probably find a reputable specialist who can make your camera body work properly again. Check with your local camera dealers. They should be able to recommend someone who is familiar with the camera models. If not, they can probably recommend someone who will be able to make your camera body work properly.
UPDATE 2: One more comment on this Hasselblad camera. As I suspected, this is a four year old repair, done by a professional. The lens is in working order. The motor that powers the automatic film transport is a good 60 years old. The body is in very good condition. The film cartridge catch mechanism is still in there fine. The film shutter is a bit balky. I don't think that the film is going to be a problem; I think that the shutter needs a bit of tending. On the back of the camera are two springs for use in reassembling the camera. One of them is probably worn so the camera has a very slightly jerky release. If you take the top back off the camera and remove the shutter, you will see that the cable release mechanism for the lens is basically in perfect working condition. I would suggest that this is a wonderful time to make this camera your own. The camera came with a Hasselblad repair kit. This includes a replacement motor, two shutter blades, and a replacement catch lever. It would have cost a couple of hundred dollars to have one of these done by a professional. 827ec27edc