After spending some time with the Pentax 645D, I saw some Hasselblad cameras in a glass enclosure.
I asked if I could give one of them a go, and the rep was happy to accommodate. I let him insert and format my spare CF card, and I then had my first try of a Hasselblad H3Dii with a 60Mpx back.
It was an interesting experience. The body was a bit difficult to work with, the AF was not terribly happy with the exhibition centre's available light, the layout was a bit odd, etc.
At first I shot a very accommodating woman. I conferred with the rep to figure out how to work out some AF and WB problems, and tried again. This girl was passing by, so I asked her to let me photograph her. To say she was surprised is understating it. We both had a good laugh as she, as she put it, "got into character". And this is the photograph she gave me. :)
Focal Length (real): 100mm
Shutter Speed: 0.013 sec (1/80)
Captured with a Hasselblad H3Dii and a HC 2.2/100MM
Alex Megremis Photography
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