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    Hasselblad lense and filter/step-up ring size question.

    Hi everyone,

    I recently purchased a Hasselblad 500cm with 80mm Planar T* lens. I find the information on these lenses a little unclear. I bought a step-up (60-67) so that I could use my existing filters, but the ring does not fit. It's meant to be a Hasselblad B60 fitting.

    I find all the C/CF/CFE/CFI/CF* information a little confusing.

    Can anyone help me clarify which lens I have and what filters/step-up ring mount it has?

    Many thanks.

    I have this lens...
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    it looks like 80mm f2.8 C Planar, if you can see red letter "T*" on the black ring around the front element, it has T* multicoating. You can use B50 (Bay 50) filters.

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    Thank you for the reply. It is indeed a T* lens. Does that make it a CFT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostman View Post
    Thank you for the reply. It is indeed a T* lens. Does that make it a CFT?
    It's definitely not a CF lens. It would be a C T*.
    - Jeff (& sometimes Eva, too) - http://www.jeffbannow.com

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    Yes, you need the B50-67 conversion ring, not the B60. The older Hasselblad lenses took a smaller filter size.

    Peter Gomena



 

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