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> Hasselblad refuse to update it to modern architectures, and refuse to open source it to allow others to do that.

Hasselblad are idiots then.

You could try to find more owners of that hardware and chip up together to hire a reverse-engineer to make an open source driver. Compared with the cost of hardware and complexity of using old computers to interact with it, it should be negligible.

Hasselblad were acquired by the drone manufacturers DJI, and things have gone super-digital.

Some great concept digital cameras (and digital mounts), but they've probably forgotten how the mirror worked.

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