Two heart-breakers. The kid with the coolest Mohawk, young Ethan,
and his pops the lovable "Teddy-Bear" :-)
"He just keeps on movin',
Ladies keep improvin'
Every day is better than the last.
New dreams and better scenes,
And best of all I don't pay property tax"
-BJ & The Bear TV Show, 1979
Note: The Hasselblad 110mm f/2 Planar is perhaps the finest lens I've ever used,
and I don't say this lightly. Those of you who know me, know the variety of lenses
I've used. The Planar etches the subjects as if they were pasted on in Photoshop,
and provides superb resolution while doing it wide-open. It also provides that little
intangible called "micro-contrast." Been playing around with lots
of other film cameras and lenses, but it only took one roll to remind me that if I
really want top quality, I need look no further than my old Hasselblad combo.
This lens can only be used on Hasselblad 200/2000 series bodies, not the more popular
500 series. Also, you can get the lens much "cheaper" if you opt for the "F" version,
and not the "FE" version, which is newer and meant for their metering models, such as
the 203FE. Otherwise, the optics are identical.