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A Complete List of Hasselblad H System Lenses and Their Specifications

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Hasselblad’s made-for-digital H System lenses are available in a huge range of focal lengths from the ultra-wide 24mm to the telephoto 300mm.

According to Hasselblad, all of these lenses outperform the fabled Zeiss-made CF lenses that made up the lens selection for the famous medium format film 500 series cameras (the V System).

Whilst H System lenses are much larger than X System lenses, due to their need to cover the larger image circle of full-frame medium format sensors in the H System range, the lenses can still be used on X system cameras using the Hasselblad H System Adapter. It’s unlikely you’d ever want to buy an H System lens specifically to use on an X System camera like the X1D II or the 907x because they are so much larger and more expensive than the native XCD lenses for those cameras. However, if you have some H System lenses lying around, it’s nice to be able to use them on these new smaller cameras.

Table Notes

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Hasselblad H System LensAperture RangeAngle of view (diag/hor/vert)LengthDiameterWeightFilter ThreadMFDMaximum Image ScaleEntrance Pupil Position (in front of image plane)Equivalent 35mm Focal LengthOrder
HCD 24mm f/4.84.8-32104°/92°/76°99mm100mm810g95mm0.381:9.7136mm18mmAmazon / B&H
HCD 28mm f/44-3295°/83°/66°102mm100mm850g95mm0.35m1:7.3134mm21.2mmAmazon / B&H
HC 35mm f/3.53.5-32mm82°/70°/55°124mm100mm975g95mm0.5m1:9.6152mm26.2mmAmazon / B&H
HCD 35-90mm f/4-5.64-3283°/70°/55° (39°/31°/24°)167mm102.5mm1410g95mm0.65m1:13187mm@35mm
178mm@50mm
193mm@90mm
26.6-63.8mmAmazon / B&H
HC 50mm f/3.5 II3.5-3263°/52°/40°116mm85mm975g77mm0.6m1:8.8134mm37.2mmB&H
HC 50-110 f/3.5-4.53.5-3262°/52°/39° (31°/25°/19°)152mm103mm165095mm0.7m1:10.8 (1:5.2)164mm@50mm
161mm@80mm
173mm@110mm
37.9-79.4mmAmazon / B&H
HC 80mm f/2.82.8-3241°/33°/25°70mm84mm475g67mm0.7m1:6.579mm60.4mmAmazon / B&H
HC 100mm f/2.22.2-3234°/28°/21°80.5mm87.5mm780g77mm0.9m1:7.268mm73.3mmAmazon / B&H
HC 120mm f/4 Macro II4-4529°/23°/18°166mm96mm1410g67mm0.39m1:1149mm87mmAmazon / B&H
HC 150mm f/3.23.2-4523°/19°/14°124mm86mm970g77mm1.3m1:6.868mm110.2mmAmazon / B&H
HC 210mm f/44-4517°/13°/9.6°168mm86mm1320g77mm1.8m1:768mm154.8mmAmazon / B&H
HC 300mm f/4.54.5-4511.9°/9.6°/7.2°198mm100mm2120g95mm2.45m1:7.513mm214.1mmAmazon / B&H
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2 thoughts on “A Complete List of Hasselblad H System Lenses and Their Specifications”

  1. It would be helpful to have info on the red dot versions vs they perform differently in the xcd and 907x camera depending o. Firmware versions

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  2. Hi,
    The equivalent 35mm focal length will depend on the digital back in use.
    The sensors come in many different sizes and take advantage of the image circle of the lens to different degrees.
    Would be great to see a list of all the sensor iterations.

    Reply

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