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To mark the occassion of the th anniversary of Victor Hasselblad’s birthday inVictor Hasselblad AB published a short biography. The second part of this book contains a collection of photographs illustrating the life of Victor Hasselblad and the Hasselblad company’s history. The book was available only through Victor Hasselblad AB. He was also one of the initiators of the Friends of Hasselblad Center association. This book is the result of many years of research and is based on extensive interviews and voluminous correspondence.
Apart from relating the story of the man behind the camera, the book also contains a record of Hasselblad camera models and describes the events that took place when the company changed from analogue to digital photography. This book was available in a Swedish language edition only untilwhen Journal published an updated English language edition, with the translation provided by David Jefferey.
The first book ever published in the U. It offers instructions, gives a description of the Hasselblad system available at the timeand contains a discussion of medium format photography.
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A second printing was distributed in and a third printing in There was also a second edition published by Universal Photo Books.
Part of this series were successive revised editions of the “Hasselblad Guide”.
The first edition of the “Hasselblad Guide” was published in An online copy of the 3rd edition is published on his site by Mischa Koning. The illustrations in this German language book were taken from Focal Press’ Hasselblad Guide, written by Walter Daniel Emanuel, with whom Freytag co-authored a number of other camera books.
The English language edition, “The Hasselblad way”, was published inand at least six revised editions followed. Hasselblad Guide A manual of operations and techniques for the Hasselblad system.
A comprehensive guide to the mid s’ Hasselblad system, with the largest portion of the book providing a how-to guide, taking the reader on a tour along the many different fields of photography. Available in a German language edition only.
Gordon Taylor was first published as a series of reviews in the “British Journal of Photography” in The book was also published in a German language edition, “Das Hasselblad System”, revised and extended by German photographer compenidum journalist Guido Puttkammer. The “Hasselblad Manual”, written by Ernst Wildiis, as ocmpendium subtitle promises, a comprehensive guide to the Hasselblad system, and a truly outstanding user manual, providing instructions how to use just about every bit of equipment Hasselblad ever produced.
It first appeared inbut was updated regularly to keep pace with developments of the Hasselblad system. The current, 7th edition was published in And though Wildi writes that “it would be a letdown for all of these long time friends and loyal supporters of Hasselblad to see The Hasselblad Manual that only discusses digital imaging and only the digital cameras that are manufactured today”.
One German language edition of Wildi’s “Hasselblad Manual” was published in It is a translation of the third edition, slightly revised and extended, with some information about the “3”-generation Hasselblad cameras. Udo Afalter’s book contains a listing of Hasselblad items.
And a fair number of errors too. Only available in a German language edition.
Richard Nordin’s “The early Hasselblad cameras” is the first systematic, historical description of the pre Hasselblad cameras. The “Hasselblad System Compendium” is the most complete Hasselblad system overview available. Apart from providing large amounts of historical information, it lists every item Victor Hasselblad and his company produced, and all there is to know about these items.
It also provides an overview of brochures, leaflets, catalogues and every other bit of printed matter Victor Hasselblad AB have published.
The Compendium contains a list of Zeiss lens serial numbers and production dates, provides information about camera maintenance, and lots and lots more.
In short – a definite ‘must have’ for every Hasselblad user, enthusiast and collector.
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The early Hasselblad cameras: Recommended Reading by Q. And though Wildi writes that “it would be a letdown for all of these long time friends and loyal supporters of Hasselblad to see The Hasselblad Manual that only discusses digital imaging and only the digital cameras that are manufactured today”, the nature hasselblas the book demands that a very large part of it is devoted to a discussion of the – predominantly digital – H-system.
V-System users will find more usefull information in the 5th and older editions. Richard Nordin The early Hasselblad cameras: All material on this site is protected by law. Unauthorized use is prohibited. Find out when your Hasselblad was made: Find out when your Zeiss lens was made: Hasseruburaddo Hasselblad Ei Publishing co.