Hasselblad 503CX + 80mm 2.8 CF Planar
There is perhaps no less of an iconic duo than the Hasselblad V series and 80mm Planar. The two go together like butter and bread. Offering a shallow depth of field and also the ability to dial all the way up to F/22. The 80mm focal length is roughly the equivalent of the 50mm lens on a 35mm camera.
Ilford HP5+ with Ilfosol 3
The images on this post were shot on Ilford HP5+ and developed with Ilfosol at 68 degrees for 6 minutes.
A word of caution
There is a single light seal that runs along the edge of the dark slide entrance. They require service every two years or so, and as you can see, I failed to notice that the Mylar film in mine had dislodged. This is a common issue and can be fixed easily as a DIY using authentic parts from Hasselblad (You will need these two parts: Magazine Foil, and Light Trap) or eBay has some good alternatives for around $12. If you're on a serious budget, you can fasten your own with 2mm medium density foam, and an excess cutting from a 120 negative.
Right now is also a worthy time to replace the dark slide if there is any warping, bending or the like. They can be had new from Hasselblad here.
If you're not the DIY type, I highly recommend David Oddess for repairs and CLA (Clean Lube Adjust). Part of taking care of your gear is regular servicing.