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I'd try eBay or KEH. The main difference is the 203 has an average meter and the 205 has a 1% spot meter. I prefer the 205 because I prefer a spot meter, and with the spot you can do anything the average can do, but not vice-versa.
Is it worth the higher price? Well, to me it was. To some, perhaps not. It all depends on if you know how to use the spot to your advantage or not. Also, the 205 has a Zone mode that I find very very useful.
Look for a copy of the 205 brochure, or search the forum for info on the 205 vs the 203, as it's been described a number of times here already...as well as the differences between the 205FCC and 205TCC.
The amount of 2000 and the later 200 series cameras varies from country to country.
Both series sold well in Germany.
The 2000 and the later 200 series were not succesfull in other parts of Europe.
In France Hasselblad did not become the succesfull camera it became in
Germany, Holland and Belgium.
From the beginning the US was the best export market for Hasselblad.
BTW nice 203 with CFV back.
I have a hunch this camera came from Michigan.
Am I right?
You are absolutely right Terry!
I was thinking of Marcs 203 that went the "wrong" way to England.
There will be another 203 to go the wrong way soon, that is my way.
My 205 needs a companion so a nice chrome 203 FE is welcome.
I have not found one yet but there is still time.
I'd be happier selling the entire kit, incl. winder/finder, lenses (2.8/50 and 2.8/150), but will consider offers for the individual parts as well.
Please see the ad where I'v uploaded a few new pics of the body mainly, can change to show the other parts as well (there seems to be a six pics limit). Otherwise, feel free to contact me privately so that I can send you mode pictures of all parts.