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The reason there are numbers on the insert of film magazines is to insure that the proper insert matches the outer shell. However, if you had two 12, A12 or A24 film backs and interchanged the inserts they would still perform satisfactorily (if they were working properly to begin with.) When you use an insert designed for a 16 or A16 with an outer shell from a 12 or 24 magazine you can anticipate sharpness problems because the narrower (645) pressure plate does not allow the film to lie completely flat. Mismatched inserts, with the above noted exception, will affect nothing but the price. Many of our rental film backs have mismatched inserts--and perform problem free. Busy pros, who have their assistants loading film rapidly will discover mismatched inserts at the end of a shoot. While it may be comforting to know the insert matches, a good buy might be had if the insert and shell numbers weren't the same.


Description Condition Price
A24 chr, latest

Like New

70mm Mag, chr., boxed, with 2 new cassettes

As New

Pol 100 Near Mint 50

Pol 100 replacement rollers

New 25
Pol 100 dark slide New 15
Note that none of the Hasselblad Polaroid backs can be used with the older HC-1 or NC-2 prisms as well as the current PM90 and PME90 and the Kiev prism.

70mm magazines were popular 20-25 years ago. More recently the various space missions used the 70mm magazine using a special thin emulsion film that allowed as many as 200 exposures on a single cassette.) School and wedding photographers often used them. They require a bulk loader and film purchases in 100 foot bulk.


Description Condition Price
PM Mint- 155
HC4, boxed Mint 95
Kiev (no meter) Unused 65
Kiev (no meter) Mint 45
RMFX Reflex Finder (72530) Mint- 295
Mag Hood Exc+ 35


Technical specifications:
Viewing angle: 45 degrees
Magnification: 2.5x (unreversed image)
Ocular: High eyepoint design for eyeglass users.
Variable diopter setting (-2 - +1 dpt).
Vignetting of the
focusing screen:
None, even used together with eyeglasses.
Metering modes: Spot metering, centre-weighted integral metering, incident light metering.
Metering ranges
at ISO100:
Spot metering +1 to +21 EV
Integral metering -1 to +19EV
Incident light metering -3 to +17EV
Metering area: Spot meter: central diameter 12 mm
Integral meter: approx. 35x45 mm (vertically and horizontally respectively).
Additional features: A wide range of user programmable preferences for:
Presentation of meter readings
Reference mode with warning for light level changes
Permanent exposure correction
Active period duration
Sound warning signal
Battery: CR-2 (3 V Lithium type)
Weight: 440 gram

The finder will also fit all previous Hasselblad cameras. Combination of high eyepoint design and built in diopter fine-tuning make the finder ideal for eyeglass users. The three choices of operational mode make the metering system capable of handling all types of lighting conditions.

For additional information we suggest you visit the Hasselblad website.

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