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  1. MICHAEL GABLER

    Hasselblad XCD 21mm f/4 Announcement

    Lucky owners of a mirrorless Hasselblad X1D camera have finally welcomed a new lens - a wide-angle XCD 21 mm f/4 model. Hasselblad XCD 21 mm f/4 has been created having in mind landscape and architecture photography. The optical system consists of 13 elements placed in 9 groups. 2 elements are aspherical lenses. The field of view of the lens is 105 degrees and the minimum focus distance is 32cm. The device is equipped with a central shutter, with the speed of 60m - 1/2000s. The lens weighs 600g. 1). Hasselblad XCD 21mm f/4 The 'Phocus' software, used for the edition of RAW photographs, should help in obtaining perfect quality within the whole field. It is also supposed to correct the distortion of the lens. 2). Hasselblad XCD 21mm f/4 The lens can be ordered from the producer's website for $3750.
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