Use any of your current H system (HC & HCD) lenses on a Hasselblad X system camera by picking up this dedicated XH Lens Adapter. It maintains electronic communication between the lens and camera, enabling support for both the leaf shutter as well as aperture control from the camera body. Currently, the adapter supports manual focus with focus peaking, though a future firmware update is planned that will enable autofocus with adapted lenses.
- Hasselblad H Lens to X-Mount Camera
- Maintains Electronic Communication
- Leaf Shutter Support
Hasselblad H-3025000 Overview
Hasselblad H-3025000 Specs
|Camera Mount||Hasselblad X|
|Lens Mount||Hasselblad H|
|Package Weight||0.77 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.45 x 6.4 x 4.25"|
Hasselblad H-3025000 Reviews
a Must for Hasselblad H lens and X camera
I have a 907x and X1D, this adapter works like a charm if you need autofocus, make sure your lens must have firmware 18.0.0 or later, and the camera body has firmware 1.21.0 or later. please note that not all H lenses are able to upgrade to firmware 18
Does the Job
Interesting piece. It's not very tight, maybe even a bit sloppy feeling and not what I'd expect from Hassie. But it's to my knowledge the only H to X adapter that maintains electronic communication with the lens and body so... as the only game in town it works.
This is must have if you have an X system camera. It opens up your world to the full line of H system lenses. If you want to use the full image circle the H lenses project, you'll also want the XH converter, which as of this writing, has yet to appear at BH (are you listening?!!!) It will accommodate auto focus if your lens has firmware 18 or later. The fit is snug, but not without a little wiggle. This does not affect the image at all, but I would have liked a little gasket or something to prevent any motion at all. Not a big deal. I do find that a larger H system lens will dominate the X system cameras and may feel a little unbalanced because of the extra couple of inches.
Not all HC and HCD will auto focus with X1D
AF will only work with HC and HCD lenses with EXISTING v18 firmware on the lenses. Otherwise, updating it isn't possible either. MF works fine though.
Word alright. But not for professional use
I purchased this adapter to convert my company’s 120mm macro to work with the new X1D II. It was purchased 8 months ago and today it broke. It was used in a professional business atmosphere to facilitate product photography. It’s just sit mounted to a camera stand all the time and almost never moves. In attempting to dismount the lens for cleaning maybe the 5th time the lens has been removed from the adapter. The adapter leaver was not working to remove the latch, I had to move it and turn the lens several times until is would unlatch. When it finally did a small metal rode from the latch feel out. After finding the small metal rode and examining it under and microscope to see what happened. You can clearly see the latch is welded on with 4 extremely small laser wields almost designed to fail. This all came from engineering where I had to sent it to after finding out it only has a 3 month warranty they explained to me it is designed most likely to fail over braking the lens mount. Very disappointed about this product I expected a lot better quality.
I use this adapter on my 907X special addition body to feet h 100mm, 28mm lenses and tilt-shift adapter, all works well. Autofocus does not work because of my lenses, is not able updated with the new Firmware version. Build quality is superb
Its a Hasselblad
One should feel almost silly reviewing anything from Hasselblad. Of course, it is precise and very well made. That being said, if you own an X-series camera, the deals on HC lens are almost irresistible and you will need this adaptor. (And, btw, autofocus works on almost every HC lens with this adaptor, except the 120mm, if you can update the lens to 19.0.0. Fortunately for me, I prefer manual focusing, anyway.)
Still waiting for Hasselblad to firmware enable AF
Works well, feels a bit wobbly, don't have to very tight fitting feeling. And still waiting for the firmware update to enable AF one day.
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