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Author: Tim Bergstrom

Camera review: Hasselblad 500C/M – by Tim Bergstrom

In high school I bought myself a Minolta Maxxum 3000i with some off-brand lenses. It worked great as a point and shoot on drugstore Fuji film. As I recall, there was no option to control aperture or shutter. In the early 2000s I started taking photography slightly more seriously and I bought myself a Nikon N80 (I did say slightly) with a G series lens. It worked for what I knew at the time and I slowly started to collect better glass (lots of primes and an amazing 105mm macro). But my output wasn’t all that much better. Then I...

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