I'm about to upgrade my Phase One p25+ to an IQ180. I've been using my P25+ with a Contax 645 system that I love. I don't particularly like the Phase One DF+ so I'm not really interested in that system beyond the fact that the Schneider leaf shutter lenses are appealing to me. The new Hasselblad H5X does intrigue me and I could be talked into switching away from the Contax for the H5X.
My main concern with the Contax system is the age of the lenses. I know the lenses are considered to be great and I've loved them on my P25+, but now that I'd be jumping up to 80MP, I'm wondering if they can handle it.
And how would they compare to their comparable Hasselblad lenses?
My Contax lenses are the 80mm f2 (used 80% of the time), the 120mm f4 Makro (which is amazing but only used 10% of the time, and the 45mm F2.8 (use 10% of the time).
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