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Hasselblad XCD 30mm F/3.5 Lens

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Lens Description

The Hasselblad XCD 30mm F/3.5 is a wide prime designed for cameras with 645D (0.8X) sensors. This prime has a 30mm focal-length. It provides the same field of view as a 24mm lens on a Full-Frame camera.

This prime is capable of focusing down to 40cm from the imaging plane which gives it a maximum magnification of 0.1X. The lens offers a Quick-Shift AF system which lets the user simply rotate the focus-ring to focus manually. A built-in focus motor is used to set the focus-distance. It allowed Hasselblad to optimize the motor precisely for this lens in order to maximize performance.

This lens is only available for Hasselblad XCD. Follow this link to see all current compatible digital cameras: Hasselblad XCD mount cameras with 645D (0.8X) or larger sensor.

Hasselblad XCD 30mm F/3.5

Hasselblad XCD 30mm F/3.5 Specifications

Brand Hasselblad Model XCD 30mm F/3.5
Mount Hasselblad XCD Max FLM 0.8X
Focal Length 30mm View Angle 83°
Max ApertureF/3.5Min ApertureF/22
Min Focus40cmMagnification0.1X
Filter Size77mm Aperture Blades
Size (D x L)88 x 83mm Weight550g
TiltN / A ShiftN / A
Stabilization ProtectionNone
Zoom Drive Mechanic Focus Drive AF with quick-shift
Zoom Mechanism N / A Focus Mechanism Internal
Hood Bayonet Focus Motor Internal
Perspective RectilinearIntroduced2016-09-19

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Hasselblad 30mm F/3.5 Facts


Fixed focal-length. No zoom.Fixed focal-length. No zoom.Rectilinear are normal lenses that show straight lines as straight lines.Rectilinear are normal lenses that show straight lines as straight lines.Thread size in milimeters for screw-on filters.Thread size in milimeters for screw-on filters.77Quick-Shift Autofocus, also called Direct Manual-Focus (DMF).Quick-Shift Autofocus, also called Direct Manual-Focus (DMF).
30mm Focal-Length F/3.5 Constant Aperture
77mm Filter Thread AF with quick-shift
Hasselblad XCD Mount 0.8 Max Crop-Factor
550g Lens Weight 88 x 83mm (D x L)
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