The Hasselblad HCD 24mm lens is an ultra-wide angle lens with an advanced optical design for outstanding performance and extreme corner-to-corner sharpness. With a 104° diagonal angle of view, it is the most extreme wide-angle lens currently available for medium format.
This ultra-wide-angle lens delivers outstanding performance throughout its focusing range. Its 104-degree diagonal field of view, the widest of our current lens ranges, enables captures to be made in cramped interiors or vast vistas by landscape photographers.
- The refreshed Hasselblad HCD 24mm f/4.8 focal point includes a better focal screen unit that offers a quicker shade speed scope of up to 1/2000 sec with streak sync accessible at all rates. An orange speck divides this focal point and includes a more hearty plan that has been tried for up to a million incitation.
- Super wide prime offers a 104° point of view, making it appropriate to inside and scene applications. It also elements a complex optical plan to give edge-to-edge sharpness and enlightenment all through the centring range.
- Back-centering AF focal point with manual centre supersede for expanded control while centring as close as 1.3′ away. The profundity of field and distance scales are likewise highlighted in the plan to support pre-centring and hyperfocal centring methods.
- Both 105mm and 112mm channel connectors are remembered for requesting to avoid the probability of vignetting while involving screw-in channels of fluctuating thicknesses.