This Hasselblad 1600f, #CH12697, is in nice cosmetic condition with minor edge wear. I rate it cosemtically at (9) condition. The camera comes with two 12 exposure magazines, #CH14321 and a later #CC25028. The lens is an 80mm f2.8 Zeiss-Opton Tessar lens, #588812. The body does not fire. The shutter curtain looks nice and is not damaged. I think that the advance may be out of index, but I have not had a technician look at this yet, so that is my opinion. The earlier back needs to be relubed as it does not set to frame 1 properly. Both backs seem to have good light seals. The lens focuses smoothly and the aperture works properly. The glass has no fungus or marks. There is light internal haze. The camera comes with the correct front cap, original leather neck strap and original fitted leather case as well as a cable release. This is a very nice example of a very early Hasselblad camera. With some TCL, it could be used to make some wonderful images. As is, it will make a great addition to any collection.
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