Friday’s Off-topic: Photography
1953 Hasselblad 1600F with the original Kodak Lens Kit, Hasselblad Filters, and other “toys”.
“It is a focal-plane shutter SLR camera taking 6×6 images on type 120 film. It was a revolutionary concept at the time of introduction, being of a modular design having interchangeable lens, viewfinder and film magazine. The shutter curtains are made of corrugated stainless steel foil which is light and durable enough to withstand the high acceleration forces present in this exceptionally fast shutter. The interchangeable magazine allows fast film changing, also in mid-film, without losing a single frame by inserting a magazine dark slide.” via