I love the darkroom (the chemicals will probably take 10 years off my life!
The body is in V-system 500 series, uses only leaf-shutter lenses.
There are various Carl Zeiss made C, CB, CFi/CFE series as Distagon, Planar, Biogon, Sonnar type lenses, with various focal lenghts, with Compur shutter for 500 series.
wrote: After looking and asking questions, it seems that the best solution to my question is to purchase an Epson Perfection model scanner.
I would then be able to scan my b/w 35mm negs (hundreds of them dating back to high school) as well as my b/w 6x6 negs.
After looking and asking questions, it seems that the best solution to my question is to purchase an Epson Perfection model scanner.
You can purchase Kiev meduim format, 120, cameras from Kiev USA, Kiev Camera, I purchased mine from Kiev Camera which has a good reputation for returns and customer service.
In 1964 Hasselblad started production of a motorized camera, the 500 EL.
Apart from the housing that incorporates the motor drive and the Ni Cd-batteries this camera is similar in appearance and operation to the Hasselblad 500 C and uses the same magazines, lenses and viewfinders.
EL/M is a modified version of the EL, "M" means modified, "EL" electric.