The Hasselblad 500C/M was a medium format SLR camera made by Victor Hasselblad AB in Sweden from 1970-1992. It primarily used German-made Carl Zeiss lenses, historically known for their exceptional quality and clarity. The original design dates back to 1957, and has been used by some of the world's top photographers. A special, modified version of this camera was used by NASA to record images during the flight to the moon. The famous photo of the Beatles at Abbey Road was taken with a Hasselblad.