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A sophisticated wide-angle prime, the HC 35mm f/3.5 Lens from Hasselblad is an H system lens characterized by an improved shutter unit to support shooting at shutter speeds up to 1/2000 sec, with flash sync available at all speeds. The optical design incorporates low dispersion glass elements to reduce chromatic aberrations throughout the aperture range in order to achieve a high degree of clarity and color fidelity in a variety of lighting conditions. The bright f/3.5 maximum aperture also benefits working in difficult lighting conditions and provides a bright viewfinder image for more intuitive use. The HC 35mm f/3.5 also employs a retro focusing design for quick performance as well as consistent image quality throughout the focusing range from 1.6' to infinity.
Updated HC 35mm f/3.5 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.
Bright wide-angle prime offers an 82° angle of view, making it well-suited to landscape and environmental photography, and features a sophisticated optical design to provide edge-to-edge sharpness and illumination throughout the focusing range.
The 11 elements in 10 groups optical design incorporates low dispersion glass elements to reduce chromatic aberrations throughout the aperture range for improved color fidelity with a marked reduction in color fringing.
Rear focusing AF lens with manual focus override for increased control when focusing as close as 1.6' away. Depth of field and distance scales are also featured in the design to aid in pre-focusing and hyperfocal focusing techniques.