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Hasselblad HCD 24mm f/4.8 Lens

BH #HA2448HCDL • MFR #H-3026024
Hasselblad HCD 24mm f/4.8 Lens
Key Features
  • Hasselblad H System
  • Aperture Range: f/4.8 to f/32
  • Improved Shutter Unit, 1/2000 Sec Sync
  • Construction: 14 Elements / 11 Groups
An impressive wide-angle lens for the H system, the Hasselblad HCD 24mm f/4.8 is an ideal optic for interior and architectural subjects, and features an improved shutter unit that provides shutter speeds up to 1/2000 sec as well as flash sync at all speeds. Featuring a complex optical design, this 104° angle of view lens maintains a high degree of sharpness and clarity from edge-to-edge and also employs a retro focusing design for consistent quality throughout the focusing range from 1.3' to infinity. This focusing mechanism also offers quick performance as well as full-time MF override for greater control over focus. Due to the ultra-wide-angle perspective, a pair of oversized filter adapters is also included with this lens to permit the use of screw-in filters while avoiding the likelihood of vignetting.
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Hasselblad HCD 24mm f/4.8 Overview

An impressive wide-angle lens for the H system, the Hasselblad HCD 24mm f/4.8 is an ideal optic for interior and architectural subjects, and features an improved shutter unit that provides shutter speeds up to 1/2000 sec as well as flash sync at all speeds. Featuring a complex optical design, this 104° angle of view lens maintains a high degree of sharpness and clarity from edge-to-edge and also employs a retro focusing design for consistent quality throughout the focusing range from 1.3' to infinity. This focusing mechanism also offers quick performance as well as full-time MF override for greater control over focus. Due to the ultra-wide-angle perspective, a pair of oversized filter adapters is also included with this lens to permit the use of screw-in filters while avoiding the likelihood of vignetting.

Updated HCD 24mm f/4.8 lens features an improved central shutter unit that offers a faster shutter speed range of up to 1/2000 sec with flash sync available at all speeds. This lens is demarcated by an orange dot, and also features a more robust design that has been tested for up to 1,000,000 actuations.
Ultra-wide prime offers a 104° angle of view, making it well-suited to interior and landscape applications, and features a sophisticated optical design to provide edge-to-edge sharpness and illumination throughout the focusing range.
Rear focusing AF lens with manual focus override for increased control when focusing as close as 1.3' away. Depth of field and distance scales are also featured in the design to aid in pre-focusing and hyperfocal focusing techniques.
Both 105mm and 112mm filter adapters are included in order to avoid the likelihood of vignetting when using screw-in filters of varying thicknesses.

Hasselblad HCD 24mm f/4.8 Specs

Focal Length24.3mm
Maximum Aperturef/4.8
Minimum Aperturef/32
Lens MountHasselblad H
Angle of View104°
Area of Coverage48 x 36 cm
Minimum Focus Distance1.25' / 38 cm
Maximum Magnification0.1x
Macro Reproduction Ratio1:9.7
Optical Design14 Elements in 11 Groups
Focus TypeAutofocus
Image StabilizationNo
Leaf ShutterYes, up to 1/2000 Second Sync Speed
Filter Size95 mm (Front)
Dimensions (ø x L)3.94 x 3.9" / 100 x 99 mm
Weight1.78 lb / 810 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.095 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.25 x 9.35 x 6.9"

Hasselblad HCD 24mm f/4.8 Reviews

A stunning wide angle lens.

By Mark
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-16

As much as I love the HCD 28mm, I bought the HCD 24mm for a number of reasons. In landscape and nature you can always crop back from a wide photo, but there is no way to add, so I start with the widest option possible (and only twice, wished for a little wider) In architecture, the options are a super wide lens and camera set level to the horizon, or using a tilt shift and stitching a photo back together later. Since the HTS 1.5 is essentially a tilt teleconverter the benefit of the shift is almost completely lost. Add to this the manual focus and the post processing, I found the workflow to be substantially to just shoot wide and crop back if required later. Lastly, it's the smallest and lightest of the wide angle lenses on the H series. Hiking with this lens is a must, it covers so many bases. I use 110mm filters with the adapter ring, so they are super quick to attach and use. One wish, if a wider aperture was possible, I'd upgrade in a heartbeat.

Superlative Lens

By Lloyd
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-13

If you're looking for a lens to sit between the XCD 21mm and 30mm lenses you'll love this lens coupled with the HX adapter. All electronic functions are preserved with the adapter and the image quality is simply stunning. It gets really wide but there is little field distortion so the image looks very natural too. The only thing to be aware of is that the filter diameter is 95mm and, with the lens hood, it takes quite a bit of room in your kit.

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Will the new 24 mm Hasselblad HCD f/4.8 lens, with its faster shutter (1/2000), work with the Hasselblad H4D-40 without any modification to the H4D's firmware? Or, will it work only with the new H6D bodies? Does the new 24mm, f 4.8 cover the new H6D 50c and H6D 100c sensors without falloff?
Asked by: Anonymous
All new Hasselblad lenses (Orange dot) will not work at a max Shutter of 1/2000 on cameras older than the H6D. It will work with the H4D-40 at a max shutter speed of 1/800. The corners on the H6D-100c will have falloff, in theory, Phocus and Lightroom can deal with that problem. All the HCD sensors were design for a smaller sensor than the H6D-100c.
Answered by: Michel C.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Can we expect a 24mm and or 28mm lens revision in the future that is compactable to fully utilize the H6D 53.4 x 40.0mm sensor?
Asked by: William
Probably won’t happen, just a promise -
Answered by: Stephane
Date published: 2021-02-06

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Will the 24mm Hasselblad HCDf/4.8 utilize the faster speed with the H5D 50C the same as the newer H6D. What is the main difference between theHC lenses and theHCD lenses?
Asked by: Anonymous
The lens images circle is the key point. HCD lens with smaller lens image circle in comparison to HC lens if the same mm focal distance lens.
Answered by: Chuhsien
Date published: 2019-05-14

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Is GPS available with Hasselblad H6D 100?
Asked by: William
Currently, Hasselblad makes the GIL GPS adapter for the Hasselblad H6D-100c. B&H does not currently sell this item but it is a available from Hasselblad directly. See here: https://bit.ly/2Ju6AhJ
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2021-02-06

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What is the aperture blade number for this lens?
Asked by: Anonymous
There are eight aperture blades in the lens.Hasselblad Technical Support Hasselblad Bron, Inc.(800) 367-6434<a href= http://www.hasselbladbron.com target= _blank >www.hasselbladbron.com</a>
Answered by: Shar T. Hasselblad Expert
Date published: 2018-08-26
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