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    Hasselblad H1 Lenses

    Hi! I'm a new member and would appreciate any member reviews of Hasselblad HC lenses particularly the 35mm. Anybody have any experience of this lens?
    Thank you

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    Just a quick post to say that I have now been using the H1 for some time and the lenses - so far I have used the 80, 35 and 210 - are all superb.
    I have recently acquired a 50 and 150 and am really looking forward to using them.
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    Go here and ask these guys: http://www.hasselbladinfo.com/discus/messages/8/8.html

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    The zoom falls apart apparently.

    Sorry to derail this but have hassy just changed the lens mount with the H3D?

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    Not that I know of, I think all H-lenses are supposed to work with all H-models except for the 28mm that is chipped to work only with the H3.
    The camera is merely the means of capturing the image.

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    I am not enthusiast about these Fuji lenses...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hka View Post
    I am not enthusiast about these Fuji lenses...
    They look kind of plastickey and with the "H" logo all over them, I dunno ... kind of logo-like?

    Also, what happened with Zeiss? I thought Zeiss and Hasselblad were more or less partners?
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    I have these H lenses (including the 35), they are excellent quality and rugged. I hike with them extensively and use them (while covered) in rain and snow. They hold up well, even when I spent 3 weeks in the Badlands this summer where everything was covered in fine sand.

    Good luck.

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