Hasselblad is a camera system that is best for professional high end, superb megapixel studio, and outdoor photo shooting.
- Hasselblad 80mm f/2.8 HC Auto
First on the list is the 80mm which performs the same functions as the 50mm lens for the DSLR series. It is used in almost every medium format device. Because of this, it’s this lens that Hasselblad sells as a kit with the H5D-40 camera. It’s pretty close to the viewing capacity of a 50mm lens on a full-frame sensor, too, and is most often the first lens to be bought by photographers that are new to medium format. It is a very dynamic lens, and it can serve variety of purpose, from landscaping to portraiture.
It is the smallest lens in the Hassy stock, which makes it easy to handle. Although not as quick as the 100mm. It could be said to be the cheapest cutting-edge Hasselblad lens and there are loads of photographers taking pictures in medium format for whom the 80mm satisfy the shot of majority.
- Hasselblad 100mm f/2.2 HC Auto
The 100mm lens from Hasselblad is similar in size to the smallest lens within the Hasselblad lineup which is mentioned above, but it’s got extra magic. For newbies, at f/2.2, it’s the quickest lens talking in terms of aperture within Hasselblad lineup. In fact it is the quickest-focusing lens within the lineup, Each bit counts, and while you’re shifting round a subject, firing shot after shot, that little added speed is really worth it. Pixel peepers will not have anything to whine about either; as this lens is extra sharp and matches up with even the 60mp backs Hassy has been rolling out recently. Moreover, its small size and moderate attempt to reach over the 80mm f/2.8 make it a really perfect lens for your hassleblad camera to be used for portrait.
- Hasselblad 120mm f/4 Macro
This macro lens is probably the best lens for your hassleblad camera you will ever come across. It was intentionally created to specifically work with high megapixel sensors, and it does so with style. It meets all the marks and requirements you could wish for in any top class macro performer. It comes with a 1:1 magnification, great overall performance even on the closest focusing distance, and high-quality sharpness regardless of the wide aperture.
- Hasselblad 24mm f/4.8 HCD
There are a number of photographers who love making use of the Hassy camera for landscapes and architectural photography, and the 24mm is a perfect lens for your hassleblad camera. Don’t be fooled by the focal length of this lens. The lens has a 104° angle of view, which means it is incredibly very wide.
- Hasselblad 300mm f/4.5
Because of the reverse-crop of the enormous Hasselblad sensor, this lens is equivalent to about 190mm range on a 35mm gadget, so the distance isn’t really that great. However, it is the longest lens Hasselblad H machine makes, and is genuinely very fast for focusing too. As you would expect from all Hasselblad products, the Hasselblad 300mm lenses are very sharp too.