I want to start off by saying that I have seen the thread about pricing old cameras, but I have done some research and I am not sure which sources I can really trust. So I was thinking I could maybe ask someone who has experience with these cameras. So a few days ago I stumbled across a listing for a Hasselblad 501 C/M with two lenses (80/2.8 CFE T* and 250/5.6 Sonnar CF T*), three A12 magazines (one of those is the latest model), a lens shade (Hasselblad Proshade), a book, and a filter. The seller said that the camera is basically new, and judging by the pictures that seems to be the case, but he doesn't seem to have the original packaging for it. The guy wants about $2800 for the kit. According to CollectiBlend the camera would be worth between $2600 and $2800 in mint condition. It doesn't say whether that price includes a lens, but lets assume it does. On the site antiquecameras.net I also found a pricing guide for bodies and lenses. So I took the maximum prices for the body and the lenses (didn't include the backs, or any of the other stuff) and according to that site the 501 C/M with the two lenses would be worth $2375. And I also looked at a few Ebay listings and most of them ask for more than $2800 with an 80/2.8 CFE lens. Which of these estimates is more accurate? What price would you recommend for that kit? Here is the listing. It is in German, but I can translate it, if needed.