The price ranges shown are the approximate amount one should expect to have to pay for a Hasselblad body/back/finder in excellent, but used, condition. Camera should be fully functional as a classic camera with a mostly clean appearance, showing light signs of use or age. Mechanics should be working, but may need a CLA service. Obviously, any lens included with body will add to the prices listed below.
Pricing was gathered from sales on photo.net, ebay auctions, Ritzcam.com, KEH.com, and other camera dealers. Prices are biased towards ebay auctions. Expect to pay +10 to +20% more buying from a dealer. Pricing data compiled Nov. 2008. You should also budget $ 150-$250 for a good CLA ( clean, lube and adjust ) if you plan to use the camera regularly. NOTE: The exact condition of the camera, will determine final price. High premiums are paid for better than "excellent" cameras. Cameras that have seen professional use will be greatly discounted. Models presented in chronological order. PLEASE NOTE: Hassy's vary wildly in pricing based on absolute condition and current supply and demand. It pays to be patient and shop around, especially on ebay.com.
1948-1953 with a focal plane shutter to 1/1600 of a second.
1953-1957 with a focal plane shutter to 1/1000 of a second.
Super Wide Angle
1954-1958 with a non-interchangable 38mm F4.5 Biogon lens. SWA and SW models ( SW had different lens barrel construction )
1959-1979. From '59-69 Silver C 38mm F 4.5 Biogon lens; from '69-'73 black lens; from '73-on T* lens.