Hasselblad cable mount for H Series

I was annoyed as my flash cable falls of the sync port all the time. On the other hand I was scared while shooting tethered I will fall over the cable and pull the cable out of the back. So I decided to use the “heavily” used accessory port. Originally this nice addon port is used by Hasselblad just for the GPS Addon. But I wanted to see some tiny addons here. For example a tripod mount for portrait mode or a cable mount. So I decided to make my own.

On the one hand you can fix the flash sync cable and on the other hand you can fix the tethered cable as well.
It is designed to use is with M3 and M4 screws.

URL: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1426130

Author: timit@thingiverse

Hasselblad 500 series camera strap lug

You will need a 62mm to 67mm filter adapter ring to make use of this hood as there is a retention ring to hold the hood into place (i didn’t need to use any glue as it was tight enough to keep it in place). Print these two part separately and the small ring should clip into the filter ring by the threads by pushing it from the front of the hood toward the ring to lock it in place.

URL: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:543905

Author: laubero@thingiverse

Darkslide holder for Hasselblad A12 filmback

You will need a 62mm to 67mm filter adapter ring to make use of this hood as there is a retention ring to hold the hood into place (i didn’t need to use any glue as it was tight enough to keep it in place). Print these two part separately and the small ring should clip into the filter ring by the threads by pushing it from the front of the hood toward the ring to lock it in place.

URL: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1374386

Author: brkyle@thingiverse

Hasselblad SWC lens hood

You will need a 62mm to 67mm filter adapter ring to make use of this hood as there is a retention ring to hold the hood into place (i didn’t need to use any glue as it was tight enough to keep it in place). Print these two part separately and the small ring should clip into the filter ring by the threads by pushing it from the front of the hood toward the ring to lock it in place.

URL: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1812726

Author: Sixpm@thingiverse