"Hasselblad 500C/M Camera Outfit with 80mm f2.8 Zeiss Planar CF T* Lens & FB"
I found this Hasselblad is for sale @$1000.
Is this good for my purpose, esp. the lens?
And the price?
Well, not sure about the price, but it doesn't suit your purpose.
1) The lens is just a standard lens, not optimized for copy work. You'd be much better off with a macro lens (which, for that body, would be a 120mm macro).
2) You'd be paying for a film back, but your first post said "Sorry, no film."
3) The 500C/M camera body works fine with digital backs, but compared to a 645 format camera from Mamiya/Contax/Hasselblad/Pentax, you get no autofocus nor focus confirmation.
The most cost effective *MFD* system for your usage would be, IMO:
* Mamiya 645AFD body (~$500)
* Mamiya 120/4 macro lens (~$300 for manual focus/manual aperture version, double that for the manual focus/auto aperture version, quadruple that for the auto focus/auto aperture version...they are all the same optically)
* Mamiya ZD 22MP back (~$2500). The Leaf Aptus 22 has the same sensor but may be preferred and probably costs more like ~$3000. DB prices vary widely however.
* LOTS of lighting (the ZD back does not do well higher than ISO 50).
These are all used market prices, BTW.
Whether this is better than a D800E with a Nikon macro lens is a good question. You have fewer pixels with the Mamiya, but double the sensor size and a flat subject (no DOF or diffraction issues) means those pixels will be crisper than the Nikon's.