Used Hasselblad A16 Film Magazine 120 (6×4.5) for 500 Series Cameras (Chrome)
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This is an “A16” type 120 film magazine for the Hasselblad camera system.
NOTE: Hasselblad makes three basic types of film magazines: “A”, “E”, “E-CC”. They are interchangeable with all Hasselblad cameras. The “A” type is the standard non-electronic magazine in the Hasselblad line. The “E” type is specifically designed for the 200 Series and is equipped with a film speed programming dial and electronic databus connections which transfer the film speed to the camera’s metering system. It can be used with the 500 Series cameras but only works mechanically. The “E-CC” magazine is specific to the 205FCC model and is not only equipped with the same “E” features, but also has a contrast control dial (“CC”) which is used in conjunction with Zone System black and white photography.
Note: The “E-CC” film magazine is NOT available in the 6 x 4.5cm format
- It comes with a 120 insert which provides 16 exposures for the 6 x 4.5cm format
- It also comes with a focusing screen mask (#42146) which is marked with the 6 x 4.5cm format
- This magazine fits all Hasselblad models including the ArcBody and FlexBody
- When it is used with the 202FA, 203FE and 205FCC cameras, the film speed must be programmed manually in the camera’s “Pr” (Program) mode
- Dark Slide
“like new minus” – the rating of the equipment is at 97 to 99 percent of original condition. only the closest inspections will reveal slight wear. perfect glass, but the box and accessories are usually not included. “excellent plus” – rates 90 to 96 percent of original condition. exceptionally nice, but may have slight wear on finish visible only under close inspection. glass will be very clean. “excellent” – 80 to 89 percent of original. shows moderate wear for the age of the item, with the possibility of small dings or blemishes. glass may have slight blemishes but will not affect picture quality. “bargain” – items are 70 to 79 percent of original condition. more than average wear for the age of the item, and may have dents, dings or finish loss. glass may have marks or blemishes, but should not affect picture quality. “ugly” – the look only a photographer would love. “ugly” means equipment is rough, with multiple impressions in metal, excessive finish loss and brassing. glass will have marks, fungus and/or haze which will affect picture quality.