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Hasselblad releases its fastest X System lens to date

The 80mm f/1.9 delivers speed and stunning bokeh.
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Hasseblad's X System lens library is expanding to a total of eight lenses and this year they're introducing one of their fastest lenses yet, an 80mm f/1.9. Equivalent to 63mm f/1.5mm on a full-frame format camera, the new 80mm boasts twin auto-focus motors and is ideal for portraits, products, and nature photography due to its subject isolation, shallow depth of field, and smooth bokeh. It also has a 77mm thread that will fit common filters and it boasts a central shutter and exposure times from 60 minutes 1/2000s with full flash sync. 

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