A Kickstarter project wants to enable your Hasselblad V camera to use Fujifilm Instax Square Film in a bid to merge the best of Sweden with one of the most beloved film lines straight out of Japan.
Hasselblad needs no introduction but it is legendary – established in 1841 in Gothenburg, Sweden, the company has produced top-of-the-line medium-format cameras since World War II, cameras that have photographed countless landscapes and even the Lunar surface itself.
The United States' Apollo program used modified Hasselblad cameras to take still pictures during the lunar landings, a mark of pride for the then-over-100-year-old company.
Fujifilm’s Instax line of film and compatible cameras was first introduced to the market in 1998.
Instax is a brand of instant film and instant still cameras comparable to Polaroid’s SX-70 system.