Which was the first camera on the moon that was used by Neil Armstrong to capture the iconic photos of Man on the moon and the first step on the moon’s surface?
Q1: The OnePlus 9 Series Cameras are co-developed with ____________
Q2: Which was the first camera on the moon that was used by Neil Armstrong to capture the iconic photos of Man on the moon and the first step on the moon’s surface?
Answer: Hasselblad Data Camera (HDC)
Q3: Which of the below photos were captured by Hasselblad Cameras?
Answer: Both Of The Above
Q4: Hasselblad is renowned for its accurate and natural color. What is the name of Hasselblad’s color solution?
Answer: Hasselblad Natural Color Solution
Q5: Which camera was used to take the famous blue marble earth shot?
Answer: Hasselblad 500EL
Q6: Hasselblad hosts one of the most prestigious professional photographic competitions, giving acclaimed professionals and aspiring newcomers, the chance to make their mark in the world of photography. What are the awards called?
Answer: Hasselblad Masters
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