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Hasselblad XV Lens Adapter

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Hasselblad XV Lens Adapter
Key Features
  • Hasselblad V Lens to Hasselblad X Camera
  • For C, CB, CF, CFI, CFE, F, FE Lenses
  • For Use with Camera's Electronic Shutter
Allowing you to use V-system lenses with your X-system camera, the XV Lens Adapter from Hasselblad greatly expands the number of potential lens options for the mirrorless medium format digital camera. This adapter is compatible with C, CB, CF, CFI, CFE, F and FE-type lenses and must be used in conjunction with the X1D-50c's electronic shutter function as no leaf shutter control is possible.
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Hasselblad CP.HB.00000241.01 Overview

Allowing you to use V-system lenses with your X-system camera, the XV Lens Adapter from Hasselblad greatly expands the number of potential lens options for the mirrorless medium format digital camera. This adapter is compatible with C, CB, CF, CFI, CFE, F and FE-type lenses and must be used in conjunction with the X1D-50c's electronic shutter function as no leaf shutter control is possible.

Hasselblad CP.HB.00000241.01 Specs

Camera Mount
Hasselblad X
Lens Mount
Hasselblad V
Dimensions
ø: 3.3 x H: 2.5" / ø: 84.0 x H: 64.0 mm
Weight
8.01 oz / 227 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.88 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
4.875 x 4.75 x 3.625"

Hasselblad CP.HB.00000241.01 Reviews

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Will this adapt my V series lenses to the 907X?

Will this adapt my V series lenses to the 907X?
Asked by: Nora
Yes.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-12-15

Is there a crop factor on this adapter?

Is there a crop factor on this adapter?
Asked by: Warren
There is no crop factor
Answered by: Shalom
Date published: 2024-04-17

Does this adapter change the effective focal ...

Does this adapter change the effective focal length of the V lenses, ie. is an 80 mm V still a "normal" lens?
Asked by: Joel
The Hasselblad XV Lens Adapter does not have any optics in the adapter so it does not affect the focal length of the lens. However, since the sensor in the X series cameras is smaller than 120 film. So an 80mm on a Hasselblad X would be closer to what a 100mm lens on the older 500C film camera sees.
Answered by: Dan W
Date published: 2024-01-25

IF I am say using a C500 series, why would I need ...

IF I am say using a C500 series, why would I need this adapter? The back should work with the C500 Body right?
Asked by: Kumar
The back should work with the C500 body, yes, but you may want to use your V lenses with the new 907X body. Otherwise you will need to buy new lenses to use the 907x body.
Answered by: Alain
Date published: 2022-04-21

Will it adapt canon lenses?

Will it adapt canon lenses?
Asked by: B.
No.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-12-15

will this adaptor work with HC lenses?

will this adaptor work with HC lenses?
Asked by: Brad
No, this works on V system lenses.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-09-24

Will the XV lens adapter be able to trigger the ...

Will the XV lens adapter be able to trigger the leaf shutter inside Hasselblad V lens? Or will it use the electronic shutter on X2D
Asked by: Dennis
The Hasselblad XV Lens Adapter only works with the camera's electronic shutter. Unfortunately the leaf shutter cannot be used.
Answered by: Daniel C
Date published: 2023-08-10

Why is the height of this adapter so much shorter ...

Why is the height of this adapter so much shorter than the Novoflex adapter and why do the photos show Hasselblad XPan lenses being adapted to the Hasselblad X medium format mirrorless camera? Seems either the description of the product is wrong or the photos of the product are wrong. Please explain.
Asked by: Gregory
The photos are misleading. Both the Novoflex and the Hasselblad adapter position V mount lenses at the same distance from the X1D sensor. There is a separate adapter for xpan lenses to X1D (different lens flange to sensor distance) See BH #HAXPLAX1D and B&H # FOXPANXCDPRO
Answered by: Patrick
Date published: 2019-10-03
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