The Hasselblad Manual, Fourth Edition, meticulously presents all the information you need to operate this camera system, including useful insights on systems ranging form the oldest Hasselblad camera, the 1600F, to the latest models with built-in metering and dedicated flash systems. This fourth edition gives you the technical information to keep you right up to date.
Presented in an easily accessible format, this book shows not only the working and manipulation of individual camera, but also gives insight into ways in which these superb cameras and the ancillary equipment may be best applied in the many fields.
Ernst Wildi is an independent writer, lecturer, and consultant to Victor Hasselblad, Inc. lecturing all over the world on medium format photography. Mr. Wildi is also the author of The Medium Format Advantage (Focal Press, 1995).
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||4th ed., rev|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.23(d)|
About the Author
Ernst Wildi is an independent writer and consultant to Hasselblad who has lectured all over the world on medium format photography. He has written several hundred articles on photography and filmmaking. His photographic work has won many international awards, and he is the recipient of the 1999 International Award from the American Society of Photographers.
Table of Contents
The medium format; Hasselblad cameras; Interchangeability; Camera operation; Film magazines; Operating the EL models; Operating the superwide cameras; Operating the Focal-Plane shutter camera; Viewing and focusing; Exposure metering; Exposure controls; Double and multiple exposures; Lenses; Filters; Electronic flash; Instant film; Close-ups; Copying; Unusual light sources; Looking after your camera; Older models Projecting your Hasselblad slides; The Hasselblad PCP80 projector.