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  • #16
    Re: Beware: Stolen Hasselblad

    Originally posted by Shriro View Post
    ahahah...maybe somebody across the road stole it. and they dismantle it so that they can learn something about it. maybe, just maybe...
    Plausible... But the quantity is just amazing... Not that I am supporting the act...

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    • #17
      Re: Beware: Stolen Hasselblad

      Originally posted by choen View Post
      I really don't understand why people wants to steal these things. It's the equivalent of stealing rare racing cars.

      The numbers produced very low and each unit has digital records of owners and history, which makes them hard to resell. Plus the cameras can only be serviced and repaired at their HQ service centre. And they are expensive to service too!

      Seriously, if there's anythng you want to steal, go and target Japanese cameras. Common as muck.
      They steal and use the part to make transformer robot.
      www.twineffects.blogspot.com

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      • #18
        Re: Beware: Stolen Hasselblad

        here's a more affordable stolen item:

        local travel magazine photographer,
        reporting stolen equipment last night at burger king masjid jamek,police report has been made at Balai polis dang wangi (0326912222)
        missing item:
        NIKON D300S (serial no 8001840,nusantara photography label all over the body)
        NIKKOR 80-200 2.8
        2X 50 1.8 (serial no 0589234)
        SB 900 speedlight ( 2084688 )

        contact me for any info h/p:0192813110

        thank you for your kind attention
        Last edited by achap; 14-03-2010, 12:01 PM.

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        • #19
          Re: Beware: Stolen Hasselblad

          Holly $... this is bad...

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          • #20
            Re: Beware: Stolen Hasselblad

            I think Hasselblad needs to buck up. If I'm not mistaken a major theft incident hit them recently. Is this the same incident?
            Yusuf Hashim
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            • #21
              Re: Beware: Stolen Hasselblad

              Originally posted by digitalartist View Post
              I think Hasselblad needs to buck up. If I'm not mistaken a major theft incident hit them recently. Is this the same incident?
              Again?

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              • #22
                Re: Beware: Stolen Hasselblad

                dont think i could afford even the stolen goods

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