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  • Hasselblad F 110mm F2 lens (20419). Condition – 3E [7609]

    This is one of the best lenses ever made. The bokeh is phenomenal.

    This is the first of four versions of this lens and dates from 1977. It has a removable focusing scale.

    3E
    £1,199.95
    7609
  • Hasselblad CFE 120mm Makro-Planar lens. Serviced (20056). Condition – 4C [5784]

    The designation ‘MAKRO’ reveals that this lens possesses an optimum image correction at close range. It is a lens to be recommended when corner-to-corner quality is demanded in close-up work, especially when photographing flat copy.

    The shortest taking distance of 0.8m (reproduction ratio of 1:4.5) can be set using the helical focusing mount. By inserting the Hasselblad extension tube 32 the macro range can be increased to 1:2.

    This CFE version has a databus connector on the rear. Around 1000 were made, from 2002 onwards.

    This item has just been professionally serviced. It is supplied with an extended six month warranty.

    4C
    £899.95
    5784
  • Hasselblad CB Carl Zeiss Tessar f4.8 160mm Lens (20068). Condition – 3E [6586]

    Hasselblad Zeiss tessar lens.

    This is a ‘CB’ lens. It is very similar to a CFE lens, but does not have the electrical contacts for use with the 200 series cameras. It is also lacking the ‘F’ mode so cannot be used with the focal plane shutter on the 200 and 2000 series cameras.

    3E
    £439.95
    6586
  • Hasselblad CFE f4 120mm Makro-Planar lens (20056). Condition – 6C [6239]

    The designation ‘MAKRO’ reveals that this lens possesses an optimum image correction at close range. It is a lens to be recommended when corner-to-corner quality is demanded in close-up work, especially when photographing flat copy.

    The shortest taking distance of 0.8m (reproduction ratio of 1:4.5) can be set using the helical focusing mount. By inserting the Hasselblad extension tube 32 the macro range can be increased to 1:2.

    This CFE version has a databus connector on the rear. Around 1000 were made, from 2002 onwards.

    This item has just been professionally serviced. It is supplied with an extended six month warranty.

    6C
    £749.95
    6239
  • Hasselblad 1998 CFi 50mm FLE Lens (20047). Condition – 3E [7551]

    Made from 1998, this is a very rare lens. Around 5000 were made.

    Floating lens elements (FLE) to provide very close focusing, down to 50cm.

    3E
    £799.95
    7551
  • Hasselblad Distagon 50mm C lens in Chrome (20044). Condition – 6E [7797]

    The Distagon 50mm was introduced 1964 to provide a lens with a wider field of view than the Distagon 60mm. The T* multi-coating was added around 1972 and offers a significant improvement, in particular, for backlit subjects. In 1973 the lens became available in black. There are a number of silver T* lenses, though these are rare and not often seen. The Distagon 50mm was discontinued in 1982 with the introduction of CF lenses.

    The lens takes series 63 drop in filters which are held in place by a Series 8 retaining ring (50350), or the lens shade (40274), or ProShade adapter ring (40339). Like all lenses that take a Series 8 filter, conventional 67mm filters will not fit due to the different thread pitch.

    6E
    £239.95
    7797
  • Hasselblad F Tele-Tessar f4/250mm lens. Pristine (20478). Condition – 3E [7610]

    A telephoto lens with an unusually high speed for its focal length. An advantage in hand-held shots, allowing work with faster shutter speeds. An ideal lens for sport, nature, and portrait photography.

    Very rare, around 1500 made.

    3E
    £529.95
    7610
  • Hasselblad Macro Makro 135mm CF Lens & Bellows (20118). Condition – 3E [7553]

    The Makro-Planar f5.6 135mm lens has no focusing ring and is designed for use with a bellows extension. With the bellows extension, the focusing range of the lens is continuous from infinity down to 1:1, lifesize magnification.

    Optimally corrected for close-up work but is also an excellent lens for general photography where maximum image quality and freedom from distortion are required.

    About 2200 were made between 1982 and 2002, making it a rare lens. This example was made in 1983.

    3E
    £699.95
    7553
  • Hasselblad Lens Pouch 2 – 50 60 150 110 105 120 (58416). Condition – 5E [7504]

    Lens pouch suitable for the 50mm, 60mm, 150mm, 110mm, 105mm and 120mm lenses.

    The earlier type with a grey, stitched Hasselblad band.

    5E
    £11.95
    7504
  • Hasselblad VERY RARE 1992 C 150mm Sonnar Lens (20060). Condition – 5E [4840]

    This lens is VERY, VERY rare. It is serial number 7259351, which was made in 1992. There were seven small batches of these lenses made between 1986 and 1995, when the C lens had been replaced by the more modern CF lens.

    http://www.hasselbladhistorical.eu/HW/HWLenses.aspx

    High quality, dependable portrait lens. The lens has 5 elements and was one of the original four lenses for the Hasselblad 500C.

     
    £366.01
    4840
  • Hasselblad TCC FE f2.8 50mm wide angle FLE lens (20517). Condition – 4C [2318]

    This lens is only suitable for use on 200 and 2000 series cameras. It is very fast (f2.8), so there was no room for the integrated shutter. It is of a FLE (floating lens element) design, so will focus exceptionally close. This lens has a minimum focusing distance of 42cm. The double blue band (TCC) designation means that it has the databus connection, so will communicate the aperture setting to the camera. Critical for use with the integrated meter in the 200 series cameras. This item has just been professionally serviced. It is supplied with an extended six month warranty.

    4C
    £581.68
    2318