Hasselblad Camera user found
Victor Hasselblad AB is a Swedish manufacturer of medium-format cameras and photographic equipment based in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The company is best known for the medium-format cameras it has produced since World War II.
Perhaps the most famous use of the Hasselblad camera was during the Apollo program missions when man first landed on the Moon. Almost all of the still photographs taken during these missions used modified Hasselblad cameras.
Hasselblad’s traditional V-System cameras remain widely used by professional and serious amateur photographers. One reason is a reputation for long service life and quality of available lenses. Their newer H-System cameras are market leaders, competing with Sinar, Mamiya and others in the medium format digital camera market.
I’m guessing the camera is
But I know the on top Prism Viewfinder is Hasselblad PME90 Prism Viewfinder.
You can check the price in Ebay, the camera is more than USD 3000.
Hasselblad PME90 Prism Viewfinder
The Hasselblad PME90 Prism Viewfinder is an advanced 90 degree metered prism viewfinder featuring three different metering methods, a choice of aperture or shutter priority and many other pre-setting possibilities. In addition to both ISO and maximum lens aperture controls (which must be set), it is also possible to program a permanent exposure correction of +/- 2 stops into the prism. The metering method (which is activated by a button on the side of the prism) can be changed between TTL spot metering, center-weighted TTL metering and incident metering using a dome sensor located on the top of the prism (NOTE: Inasmuch as the dome sensor is not metering through the lens, the resulting values must be transferred to the camera). A Reference Value allows you to program specific limits into the metering system and gives a visible or audible warning if the metered value exceeds more than the chosen EV value. The 2x enlarged unreversed image covers the entire focusing screen including the viewfinder’s built-in LCD. The viewfinder display will give full information including low-battery warning and will remain on for 16 seconds unless manually re-programmed. The large eyepiece, especially suited for users with glasses, can be adjusted from -2 to +0.5 diopters. The PME90 viewfinder is powered by a 3 volt, lithium type CR123A battery.
ISO 100 f/2.8 1/1600sec
ISO 100 f/8 1/250sec
ISO 100 f/8 1/250sec