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A Complete List of Hasselblad XCD Lenses + Specifications

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The Hasselblad XCD lens lineup contains 13 lenses in 2022.

Hasselblad’s X System is still in its infancy but the launch of the X1D II camera, and development announcement for the modular 907x camera has sparked new interest in the system. Whilst the original H1D camera was somewhat overshadowed by Fujifilm’s almost simultaneous launch of the GFX medium format system, Hasselblad has kept its heads down and built a stellar lineup of optically excellent lenses.

Most notable is the fact that the Hasselblad XCD lenses are all quite small and light, in keeping with the svelte design of the X1D cameras themselves. This makes the Hasselblad X System an intriguing possibility for travel and landscape photographers who want a compact system that has a huge range of focal lengths available already in the native XCD lens lineup.

The 100MP Hasselblad X2D with a the XCD 55mm f/2.5 lens.

If you broaden your horizons even further, the three available Hasselblad lens adapters open your options up to include 3 panoramic XPan lenses, 12 modern Hasselblad H System lenses and over sixty legacy C, CB, CF, CFI, CFE, F and FE lenses.

Hasselblad’s second generation of XCD lenses, the XCD V range.

Hasselblad XCD Lens Terminology

Below is an overview of the most common acronyms and abbreviations found within the names of Hasselblad XCD lenses.

  • P – Hasselblad XCD lenses with a P in the name are pancake lenses that prioritize a compact design.
  • V – Hasselblad XCD V lenses include fast focussing stepping motors, a focus ring with a manual clutch, DOF readings and a user-customizable control ring.

Hasselblad XCD Lens Release Dates

Sometimes it’s helpful to know how old a lens is; many people are most interested in buying the newest lenses. For this reason, I have created a table that shows the Hasselblad XCD lens release dates, with the latest lenses listed right at the top.

XCD Lens ModelRelease Date (MMDDYY)
2022
Hasselblad XCD 38mm f/2.5 V09/07/22
Hasselblad XCD 55mm f/2.5 V 09/07/22
Hasselblad XCD 90mm f/2.5 V09/07/22
2020
Hasselblad XCD 4/45P01/15/2020
2019
Hasselblad XCD 35-75mm f/3.5-4.506/19/2019
2018
Hasselblad XCD 65mm f/2.809/25/2018
Hasselblad XCD 80mm f/1.909/25/2018
Hasselblad XCD 135mm f/2.809/25/2018
Hasselblad XCD 21mm f/405/18/2018
2017
Hasselblad XCD 120mm f/3.5 Macro02/28/2017
2016
Hasselblad XCD 30mm f/3.509/19/2016
Hasselblad XCD 45mm f/3.506/22/2016
Hasselblad XCD 90mm f/3.206/22/2016

Complete List of Hasselblad XCD Lenses and Specifications

By default, lenses in the table are sorted by their widest focal length, placing wide-angle lenses at the top and super-telephoto lenses at the bottom.

  • Use the filters to narrow down lenses shown in the table.
  • Use the horizontal scroll bar below the table to reveal more specifications.
  • Mobile users can press the + button to expand lens details.

Using Hasselblad X-Pan Lenses With X System Cameras

Using the Hasselblad XPan Adapter you can mount Hasselbad XPan lenses to the X Series cameras. The adapter only adds 21.4mm to the length of the lenses and weighs just 112g.

XPan lenses are not manufactured anymore but are readily available on the second-hand market. These lenses were created for the Hasselblad XPan panoramic camera, which used 35mm film. Due to their design as a panoramic lens, the camera will automatically apply a panoramic crop to the images created when one of these lenses is mounted.

Note that the Hasselblad XPan cameras were developed in joint partnership with Fujifilm, and Fuji also sold the camera branded as a Fuji TX-1 and later a TX-2. Fujifilm was responsible for manufacturing all XPan lenses, and the lenses were available with either Hasselblad or Fujifilm branding on the packages. To my knowledge, they were optically identical lenses, differentiated only by the pain colour. Hasselblad lenses were black; Fuji lenses were a sort of silvery colour. A complete list of Hasselblad XPan lenses can be found here.

Using Hasselblad H System Lenses (HC/HCD) With X System Cameras

Using the Hasselblad H System adapter, all Hasselblad H System HCD lenses can be used on X System cameras whilst maintaining leaf shutter support and full electronic communication for autofocus and aperture control. A complete list of HCD lenses and their specifications can be found here.

Using Hasselblad V System Lenses With X System Cameras

Hasselblad XV adapter.

Using the Hasselblad X-V Adapter with an X System camera will allow the usage of a wide range of much older V System lenses. Lenses compatible with this adapter carry the designations: C, CB, CF, CFI, CFE, F and FE.

Note that Zeiss produced all but two V System lenses. Schneider was responsible for the production of two zoom lenses. It should also be noted that the name “V System” was only used when the digital H System was launched. Throughout the years of service on 500 Series cameras, people usually referred to the lenses as CF lenses.

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Dan Carr

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5 thoughts on “A Complete List of Hasselblad XCD Lenses + Specifications”

  1. I think the F, FE and CFE/CFI tables are wrong (e.g. where’s the legendary 2/110 Planar? or the 2.8/150, or the 4/250?)

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    • Hmm, you’re correct. Something seems to be going wrong with those ones! Where did all the lenses go?! That’s definitely not right. I will have to do some digging. Looks like a technical glitch.

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  2. It is said that the X2D 100 is not a camera for sports.But remember Photographers have been shooting sports with the 500 series for years with good results.With 3.3 frames per sec I can shoot sports with good results using the X2D 100.

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