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HasselbladH2F Medium Format Auto Focus SLR Camera Body ONLY
 
3.5

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2.0

In 2012 it is NOT digital back capable

By Noel

from Australia

About Me Semi-pro Photographer

Pros

  • Great film camera

Cons

  • Not digital compatible

Best Uses

    Comments about Hasselblad H2F Medium Format Auto Focus SLR Camera Body ONLY:

    This camera is a great film camera. In 2012, it is not supported by Hasselblad in the form of a digital back. No third party or Hasselblad digital back currently on the market can be mounted to it. Hasselblad did not cover themselves with glory with this camera because every annoucement they made in relation to it was a back flip.
    Buy it as a film camera (which is what I did). Do not entertain any notion that you can use it as a digital camera. This fact is not widely published and must be understood because the fact sheet that is in the Hasselblad website archive doesn't reflect this.

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    5.0

    It is a Hasselblad!

    By UdoinDesert

    from Jeddah, Red Sea

    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Auto Focus
    • Interchangeable Film Back
    • Metal Housings
    • Reliable Operation
    • Stable Flash Sync

    Cons

    • Only for Hbld DB

    Best Uses

    • Advertising
    • Artwork
    • Fashion
    • Photography
    • Posters

    Comments about Hasselblad H2F Medium Format Auto Focus SLR Camera Body ONLY:

    Since the introduction of the HCD28/4 I wished to use and own this lens. Unfortunately this isn't compatible to my H2 which 'forced' me to purchase the H2F. This camera allows you to use film or Hasselblad digital backs. Be aware that the 28/4 only works if a digital back is attached. Compared to the H2 there is now one more sub menu (digital) which allows quick access to a couple of functions related to the attached digital back. The prism finder HVD90x can be attached as well, which fits the cropped sensor perfectly due to its higher magnification. Build quality is as high as usual.

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