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    Feeler: Hasselblad 503CW Kit

    I've not been using this kit as much as my 35mm rangefinders and am considering selling it. I have a 6x7 and 6x4.5 system as well, so the 6x6 is really odd man out.

    Kit includes:
    Hasselblad 503CW Chrome
    Hasselblad CF 80mm lens (CLA'd by David Odess this summer, new shutter spring put in as well)
    Hasselblad CF 150mm lens
    HASSELBLAD Extension tube 8
    HASSELBLAD Extension tube 16
    Hasselblad PME45 AE prism/finder
    A12 Chrome back (matching, new only 2 rolls through it)
    A24 Chrome back (matching)
    A12 Black back (matching)
    Hasselblad CW Winder/Grip with remote
    Hasselblad acute matte D screen
    Markins Hasselblad Plate P60H1 (Arca style qr plate.)
    Bay 60 Filter Adapter 72mm for Hasselblad Lens (two)
    Hasselblad acute matte D grid split screen
    Hasselblad B60 hood for 150mm
    Pearstone HASSELBLAD 60/80 LENS HOOD

    $5000 and I will include a Kata R-103 backpack. Photos provided if serious.

    Any takers or others who think I'm nuts and think I should keep it?

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    Re: Feeler: Hasselblad 503CW Kit

    I have more or less the same setup (plus the 50/FLE and CFV16), even a Mamiya 7II (though no 6x4.5). Personally, I'd say keep it - but if you're not using it...

    And do let us know if you decide to part out the kit.

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    Re: Feeler: Hasselblad 503CW Kit

    If I had the 50mm or the 40mm CFE IF (one can dream) and a digital back, I'd be more inclined to keep it. Have been using the Mamiya RZ67 more as well as a Bronica RF645, so I have medium format pretty covered. But, the Hasselblad is more portable than the Mamiya... deliberations...

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    Re: Feeler: Hasselblad 503CW Kit

    Have received some interest on individual items. Right now looking to sell as a complete kit. Will update if this changes. Thanks!

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