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    new HC f1.0 Lens

    so much fun and every-time enough light!;-)

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    Re: new HC f1.0 Lens

    I also have one of these - but I'm never able to find it when I need it...

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    Re: new HC f1.0 Lens

    Quote Originally Posted by rem View Post
    so much fun and every-time enough light!;-)
    Funny looking lens ...

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    and funny to shoot! Hasselblad know about our dreams! ;-)

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    Re: new HC f1.0 Lens

    Quote Originally Posted by rem View Post
    and funny to shoot! Hasselblad know about our dreams! ;-)
    So how are those virtual images? Lots of DOF, even wide open?

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    Re: new HC f1.0 Lens

    mediumcool, ha still search some pics I will post!;-)

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    Re: new HC f1.0 Lens

    Is the diameter of the HC lens mount physically large enough to accommodate an f/1.0 lens? I know the OP was kidding (smilies and winkys abound), but I am wondering if such a lens would be feasible from a technical standpoint. Cost wise, I suspect such an lens would dwarf the price of an H4D-160 (when such a monster would come to exist) and would have to come with a stand on wheels to account for the weight.

    Just wondering.
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