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Hasselblad releases an Xpan lens adapter for the X1D System

Xpan goes digital.
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Originally introduced in 1998, the Hasselblad Xpan quickly achieved cult status in the photography community for its ability to shoot stunning panoramic images. Though discontinued, Hasselblad is breathing new life into the original collection of Xpan lenses with a lens adapter that lets you use them on an X1D body. The adapter only adds 21.4mm to the length of the lens and are compatible with the 30mm f/5.6, 45mm f/5, and the 90mm f/4.


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