● 30-90mm (24-72mm in 35mm full-frame equivalency)
● 120mm (96mm in 35mm full-frame equivalency) portrait lens
● 100mm macro (90mm in 35mm full-frame equivalency)
● Super-wide (wider than the announced 30mm)
● 150mm or 210mm tele (to relieve the pressure of trying to adapt heavy long H lenses to the X1D)
Hasselblad has plowed that ground before and has optical formulas and lens designs that work. In a small company like Hasselblad, R&D costs are precious. Re-use between platforms (H-to-X) is likely the name of the game.
Personally, I sold all my HC and HCD lenses when I sold my H4D-40 and -50 several years ago. So I'm starting from scratch here and won't be adapting any lenses. So I haven't chimed in on the autofocus discussion, but have found it entertaining and marginally educational.