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Due to disputes within the family, particularly with his father, Victor left the business and in 1937 started his own photo store and lab in Gothenburg, Victor Foto.During World War II, the Swedish military captured a fully functioning German aerial surveillance camera from a downed German plane, this was probably a Handkamera HK 12.5 / 7x9, which bore the codename GXN.
which meant no more need to turn the camera on its side.
In 1954, they mated the groundbreaking new 38mm Biogon lens designed by Dr.
In December 1954, the 1000 F camera received a rave review from the influential American photography magazine, Modern Photography, they put over 500 rolls of film through their test unit, and intentionally dropped it twice, and it continued to function. The real turning point for the company occurred in 1957, the 1000 F was replaced by the 500 C.
But the 1000 F also had shutter problems and finally gave way to the lens-mounted, tried-and-true Compur shutter, retaining its focal-plane shutter/curtain only to mask the film until the Compur shutter closed, then opened to expose the film. The landmark 500 C design formed the basis for Hasselblad's product line for the next sixty years, with variants being produced until 2013, it was not until 1960, though, that Hasselblad's cameras became profitable; prior to this point, the company was still being entirely supported by sales of imported photographic supplies, including their distribution of Kodak products.
Operations included a nationwide network of shops and photo labs.
Management of the company eventually passed to Karl Erik Hasselblad, Arvid's son (grandson of founder F. Karl Erik wanted his son, Victor Hasselblad, to have a wide understanding of the camera business, and sent him to Dresden, Germany, then the world center of the optics industry, at age 18 (c. Victor spent the next several years studying and working in various photography related endeavors in Europe and the US, including Rochester, New York, with George Eastman, before returning to work at the family business. For the founder, see Victor Hasselblad, for the foundation, see Hasselblad Foundation.For Hasselblad Masters, see Hasselblad Masters Award, for the award, see Hasselblad Award.The Swedish government realised the strategic advantage of developing an aerial camera for their own use, and in the spring of 1940 approached Victor Hasselblad to help create one; in April 1940, Victor Hasselblad established a camera workshop in Gothenburg called Ross AB in a shed at an automobile shop, working in the evenings in cooperation with a mechanic from the shop and his brother, began designing the HK7 camera.By late 1941, the operation had over 20 employees and the Swedish Air Force asked for another camera, one which would have a larger negative and could be permanently mounted to an aircraft, this model was the SKa4.Victor Hasselblad AB is a Swedish manufacturer of medium-format cameras, photographic equipment and image scanners based in Gothenburg, Sweden.The company is best known for the classic medium-format cameras it produced since World War II.Perhaps the most famous use of the Hasselblad camera was during the Apollo program missions when humans first landed on the Moon.Almost all of the still photographs taken during these missions used modified Hasselblad cameras.Hasselblad's corporate website quotes him as saying I certainly don’t think that we will earn much money on this, but at least it will allow us to take pictures for free.In 1877, Arvid Hasselblad commissioned the construction of Hasselblad's long-time headquarters building, in use until 2002.