Photographic Prints of Hasselblad camera used in Apollo missions from Science Photo Library

July 12, 2013 - Comment

10×8 Print, Hasselblad camera used in Apollo missions. Hasselblad camera used in Apollo missions. Almost all the photographs taken during the Apollo missions to the Moon in the 1960s and 1970s were taken using cameras like this one, modified for use in spacecraft. This is a modified Hasselblad EL Data Camera (HDC) 500 EL, which

10×8 Print, Hasselblad camera used in Apollo missions. Hasselblad camera used in Apollo missions. Almost all the photographs taken during the Apollo missions to the Moon in the 1960s and 1970s were taken using cameras like this one, modified for use in spacecraft. This is a modified Hasselblad EL Data Camera (HDC) 500 EL, which was the version used during Apollo 11 and the Moon landing. The film magazine seen on this camera has 200 exposures,

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  • This 10×8 Print features an image chosen by Science Photo Library. Estimated image size 254x173mm.
  • Printed on 254x203mm Fuji Crystal Archive paper for stable image permanence and brilliant colour reproduction with smooth tones, enhanced sharpness, and excellent definition. Size refers to paper used
  • Image Description: Hasselblad camera used in Apollo missions. Almost all the photographs taken during the Apollo missions to the Moon in the 1960s and 1970s were taken using cameras like this one, modified for use in spacecraft. This is a modified Hasselblad EL Data Camera (HDC) 500 EL, which was the version used during Apollo 11 and the Moon landing. The film magazine seen on this camera has 200 exposures, and the labels at right refer to the lunar missions.
  • For any queries regarding this item please contact Science Photo Library c/o Media Storehouse quoting Media Reference 6309881
  • © Detlev Van Ravenswaay/science Photo Library

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