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Technical Camera Images

dchew

Well-known member
How about some banal landscapes?:)

Or... cat pictures? LOL...

I am really missing the tech cam posts and as we go into a long winter, it would be nice to see more images! Archived images would be fine...:)
Well, I've been out of commission for a bit, dealing with some personal family things, new job and a stint with our favorite virus. I did get out a few times over the past several months but never when the light was particularly friendly. Here is one spot I've posted before in a variety of conditions throughout the year. It was a good, colorful fall if you like yellows. They really seemed to dominate this year.

Sk 150, 20mm shift left/right with Alpa 12+; IQ4150 in Dual Exposure + mode
 

Ben730

Member
Ben,
there is a former Hasselblad technician in Germany who is usually up for the more difficult repairs. No website, just a name and contact details: Ulf Kühn, mail: [email protected] (he also has a Hasselblad email adress, [email protected] but is slightly more responsive on the other one). I had several repairs done by him, so it is a reliable contact.

Good luck!
Thanks anyone
Ulf Kühn needed 8 months to find out that he can't repair my lens.
Then he needed four more months to find out, that he can't open the shutter.
He told me, that all the guys at Hasselblad who where able to repair that lens, have died.
So my experience with him is not high-flying.

Fortunately I found by chance somebody near my home (20 km) who was able to open the shutter.
His diagnose was: The winding stem is broken but he has no repair part.
If somebody has a spare winding stem for the 40 IF, please contact me...🥳 LOL.
 

dave.gt

Well-known member
Well, I've been out of commission for a bit, dealing with some personal family things, new job and a stint with our favorite virus. I did get out a few times over the past several months but never when the light was particularly friendly. Here is one spot I've posted before in a variety of conditions throughout the year. It was a good, colorful fall if you like yellows. They really seemed to dominate this year.

Sk 150, 20mm shift left/right with Alpa 12+; IQ4150 in Dual Exposure + mode
Hi, Dave,

Thank you for responding with some images.:) It is always great to see the results of your hard work and those of others posting.

It is not great to hear you had a "stint with our favorite virus", though! But apparently you are doing okay? We hope so!

It seems the Fall colors were quite different this year in many places. Perhaps the environmental problems with global warming realy is the link between that and so many other weird things in 2020. o_O If so, we may need to buckle our seat belts.

Good to see you are back!
 

dchew

Well-known member
Wow, this thread faded 5 pages back and not a post in a month? I better work on that. Yesterday evening in Tyresta National Park, south of Stockholm. I'll work on a BTS post for this.

Sk60, Alpa STC, IQ4150. Little back rise; DE+.



Dave
 

MartinN

Active member
Wow, this thread faded 5 pages back and not a post in a month? I better work on that. Yesterday evening in Tyresta National Park, south of Stockholm. I'll work on a BTS post for this.

Sk60, Alpa STC, IQ4150. Little back rise; DE+.



Dave
Nice to see an image made so near to myself, once in a while. Great inspiration.
 

algrove

Well-known member
Thanks Dave. This and many others were taken while wearing masks-not due to COVID, but due to the lingering smoke from forest fires a year before COVID.
 
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