Hasselblad 1985 f2.8 80mm Planar CF T* Lens (20029). Condition – 5E [4860]

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Description

Description:
The Planar® lens is the most successful camera lens design ever created. This nearly symmetrical layout provides the lens designer with numerous means to correct aberrations extraordinarily well, even for wide open apertures. The ideal basis for high-performance lenses with great color correction, high speed, flat image plane (this is where the name comes from) and low distortion. The Planar® lens design is the basis for nearly all professional ’workhorse’ lenses on earth and in space today.

The original ‘C’ lens was supplied in both silver and black, with a Compur shutter. The black and a small number of the silver lenses have a T* anti-reflection coating. This latter ‘CF’ lens has a Prontor shutter with a T* anti-reflection coating.

Included:
Front and rear caps.
Condition details:
Cosmetic: Moderate wear, including some loss of the black coating to the edges. Which is very common.
Optical: The optics are very good. There are very minor cleaning marks or scratches. No debris or fungus.
Mechanical: Shutter speeds are all working and accurate. Aperture blades are fast and free from oil.
Dust/Haze: A little internal dust and haze. This is typical and expected for a used lens of this age. Lens are not sealed units and will exchange are with the outside environment. Image will not be affected.
Cosmetic Condition: 5
(Complete, but showing signs of normal use or age.)
Functional Condition: E
(Everything functioning. Major functions have recently been professionally tested.)