CB Lens 60mm f3.5 image

Zeiss Distagon CB lens 60mm f3.5

I don't like to question Hasselblad's wisdom - but these lenses are either an answer to lower the entry cost into the Hasselblad system for first time user (Mamiya does give them some hardtime, I think...) or a by-products from EU countries who wants to maintain competitiveness on the global market...

 

 


CB Lens 80mm f2.8 image

Zeiss Planar CB lens 80mm f2.8

Good perhaps only to a guy like my friend who has not got a 80mm lens in his camera bag...

 

 

CB Lens 160mm f4.8 image

Zeiss Tessar CB lens 160mm f4.8

Those shoot a lot with stop down apertures and may be for those doesn't bother much with what aperture can do in photography, but still want to have a Carl Zeiss lens on the lens mount

But


They are still trying very hard to lure in more 35mm to the 3 times bigger in format size medioum format system...


- My Summary on the CB lenses -

 

 


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