I'm selling my Hasselblad H4D-50 because I've decided that the H4D-40 is more suited to my photographic interests. Specifically, the ISO range of the H4D-40 is a better tool for my nature photography, and 40-megapixel files are a little easier to digest on my MacBook Pro.
I bought the H4D-50 in September 2010 from the John Collins estate. It was new when I purchased it, as John had just taken advantage of the upgrade program before his death. The camera is in practically the same condition now, having only 1,589 shutter actuations.
I'm asking $18,500 net to me, plus shipping and insurance. I'll listen to all reasonable offers. If you're interested, please contact me using my email address, "joe at joecolsonphotography.com" or using the Contact page on my website. Sorry, but I cannot ship internationally.
Included with the body (body, viewfinder, back, battery grip) are all the body covers, FireWire cable (either FW800 to FW400 or FW800 to FW800), strap, charger and country adapters, cables, CDs (more up-to-date versions of Phocus and the manual are available for download from the Hasselblad website), signed copy of "The Hasselblad Manual" by Ernst Wildi, and any other loose bits that came with the camera.
I have purchased gear on this forum from Albert Pak (Al Pak) and Derek Danois (ddanois) and have over 700 positive feedbacks on eBay as "jscolson". If you need to see more photos of the camera, or photos from the camera, please contact me.
And for those who are curious, yes, I have already purchased a like-new H4D-40 from Derek Danois (ddanois), and need to sell this camera to satisfy the "buy a toy, sell a toy" policy in our household.