The Hasselblad XPan Cameras


The original XPan camera, introduced in 1998, was superseded in 2003 by the XPan II camera model, with the following major changes and improvements: LCD viewfinder display that includes the shutter speed and exposure information, multi-exposure capability, self-timer delay of 2 seconds or 10 seconds, normal or rear flash sync possibility, improved infrared performance without film fogging, and electrical remote release capability. The new model, shown in Figure 19-1, can also be programmed to spool the film completely into the cassette after the last exposure, as on the original camera, or to leave a film tip outside the cassette.

The XPan II has a Mode button and up/down controls next to the camera ...

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