as I said in my December post, when I bought my H3D-22 I immediately experienced problems with the camera. Usually I would receive the error mesages like: restart the back, reattach lens, lens problems...) after just few exposures. It was almost impossible to work, while I was never sure if I'll take the next exposure. After we made clear that the problem is not the lens, dealer sent my camera back to the Hasselblad. My local dealer was very nice and gave me H1 with older Imacon back with image tank (132 I think) so I could work while waiting for my camera. I have to say that with that camera I did 6 shooting days and just ones received an error massage like (something is wrong with digital back communication), but everything worked fine.
So, after 2 weeks I received my H3D back, put it together, made 5 exposures...and received the same error messages again.
Called the dealer and explained everything to him. In the end they said they sent new H3D. I received it 2 weeks ago and went on a trip. So I really haven't used it a lot. The new camera works quite well, the sound is different, and all feels more solid, but as said I just did few home snapshots. I had had a shoot 3 days and it was hard for me to to believe, but... I received the error message again "Restart the back", the only way to keep working was to put off the battery on the camera and than it worked until the next error mesages. I can achieve that stadium almost whenever after ca. 50 exposures.
I have to say I'm a little desperate. Would like to hear your opinion. Tomorrow I'm going to call the dealer, it's going to be funny, thats sure.