Hasselblad has announced that they will release four new lenses in one year period for its X1D mirrorless camera. The first lens to arrive will be the XCD 3.5/120mm model.
The XCD 120mm F3.5 macro lens offers a maximum reproduction ratio of 1:2 and a minimum object distance of 43cm, as measured from the image plane.
Like the other XCD lenses, XCD 120mm Macro lens has an integral central shutter offering a wide range of shutter speeds and full flash synchronization up to 1/2000th of a second.
The lens uses 10 elements in 7 groups and an internal floating focusing mechanism. It will weigh 970g and will measure 150mmx81mm.
Hasselblad announces XCD 3.5/120mm macro and three primes
Over the next 12 months, Hasselblad will also launch the XCD 35-75mm Zoom, XCD 65mm, and XCD 22mm Wide Angle lenses. By the beginning of 2018, Hasselblad X1D users will have access to seven dedicated XCD lenses and all twelve HC/HCD lenses using the XH lens adapter.
XCD 3,5/120mm Macro Technical Specs
- 3.5⁄120 mm Macro
- Focal length: 120 mm
- Max aperture: F3.5
- Min Aperture: F32
- Image scale: 1:2
- Angle of view: (diag/hor/ver): 26°/21°/16°
- Integral central shutter
- Full flash synchronisation up to 1⁄2000 sec
- Size: diam 81 mm, length 150 mm
- Filter diameter – 77mm
- Weight: 970 g
No technical data has been provided other than their focal lengths. Pricing will also be released closer to the availability dates. For more information on the Hasselblad XCD lens range visit the Hasselblad website.