What does in-leaf shutter mean? Also if I´m not using flash or need an inbuilt meter, what is the practical difference of getting a 500C, 500 C/M, 501 C/M or the 503 CW. I have looked and read here http://www.photoethnography.com/ClassicCameras/Hasselblad500.html but still feel a bit unsure as of what is recommended. I guess this is a preference 501 C/M 500 C/M 503 C/W from what I read they don´t recommend getting a 500 C. Also I want to be able to use a longer lens, not sure if it is such a drag to see the vignetting (apparently the 501 C/W and 503 CW the mirror is larger. Is it for all lenses larger than 80 mm (I have read conflicting lengths). I am planning to shoot landscape and portrait, still life. I would use a tripod in many cases, but I also want to be able to use it handheld, if the lighting conditions allow. I will only use it with film. I don´t really like heavy cameras, which is why I prefer Hasselblad to Pentax or Mamiya which in my opinion are so clumsy somehow. i have a Rolleiflex T, but I am finding myself restrict to just one lens, so I am looking into purchasing a Hasselblad. Also do you know of any dealers in Europe. Or do most of you purchase on *bay.