Hasselblad’s made-for-digital H System lenses are available in a vast 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).
While H System lenses are much larger than Hasselblad XCD 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 X2D 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, it’s nice to use them on these new smaller cameras.
Hasselblad H System Lens Specifications
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