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04-27-2014, 06:19 PM   #16
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Hexx, I don't know much about the adapter, but unless it has a way to trigger and wind the hasselblad lenses, then, no, it will not be possible.
I would say keep the 501 body for film with A12 back, at least you will get full frame and you will get high speed sync too.

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Well, if your adapter allows you to trigger the lens' shutter, you could use the 645D in Bulb, connect the flash to the lens' contact, open the 645D shutter in B mode, fire the lens' shutter whenever you are ready, close the 645D shutter. I am not sure such an adapter exists though.
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QuoteOriginally posted by hexx Quote
Forgot to ask one more question - is there any way to use built-in leaf shutter in Hassy lenses and for high speed flash sync?
I dont know any adaptor HaBla V Lenses -> Pentax 645 camera which is able to trigger the leaf shutter of the Habla lenses. The flange distance (FD) is to short. Only the adaptor HaBla V Lenses -> Hasselblad H cameras has a build in motor to trigger the leaf shutter. In this case the FD is longer. In the adaption to Pentax 645 you use your HaBla CF lenses like on a F201.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Nuff Quote
I would say keep the 501 body for film with A12 back, at least you will get full frame and you will get high speed sync too.
+1. Keeping it for 6x6 photographs is a good idea
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QuoteOriginally posted by veraikon Quote
I dont know any adaptor HaBla V Lenses -> Pentax 645 camera which is able to trigger the leaf shutter of the Habla lenses. The flange distance (FD) is to short. Only the adaptor HaBla V Lenses -> Hasselblad H cameras has a build in motor to trigger the leaf shutter. In this case the FD is longer. In the adaption to Pentax 645 you use your HaBla CF lenses like on a F201.

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+1. Keeping it for 6x6 photographs is a good idea
I have Mamiya 6 -> portable 6x6 system and being RF it's usable on slow shutter speeds

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QuoteOriginally posted by The Madshutter Quote
Well, if your adapter allows you to trigger the lens' shutter, you could use the 645D in Bulb, connect the flash to the lens' contact, open the 645D shutter in B mode, fire the lens' shutter whenever you are ready, close the 645D shutter. I am not sure such an adapter exists though.
Thank you

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Hey mate.

Just a good question on your experience with the 645D and Zeiss CFE40IF f4. Do you have any pictures to show? Are there any issues when you use the photodiox adapter?

I am thinking of doing this set up on the new 645Z when it arrives.

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Perhaps you could take a look at:
645D with Hasselblad V-System Lenses
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QuoteOriginally posted by alexfoto Quote
Perhaps you could take a look at:
645D with Hasselblad V-System Lenses
Alex, I was asking for photos to share with that specific lens on and whether there were issues connecting the adapter.
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Alex, I was asking for photos to share with that specific lens on and whether there were issues connecting the adapter.
Jono, sorry I haven't been here for a while, thus my late reply.

As for the adapter, there are no issues, except a little play in rotation, but otherwise it clicks firmly into its locked position on the Hasselblad lenses and the camera as well.

I could upload a few DNG files taken with the lens in question to filebin.net if you're interested. Just send me your email address and I provide the link for you.

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Udo

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Can anyone give me advice on a couple of Hasselblad lenses adapted to the 645Z? I will be using them for landscapes, a lot of which is shot at long distance.

I am thrilled with my new 645Z and find both my 28-45 SR and 75mm brilliant performers and all that I need; however, I have a gap between 45mm and 75mm that I keep finding myself in need of (hardly ever shooting in this range with the 3:2 35mm sensor, oddly). I am not interested in the expensive new 55mm DAF due to edge performance issues at distance that would bother me (the 28-45 is much better in this regard, oddly). I also have a 80-160 A which is decent and getting me through an Iceland trip, but I'd like to do better.

I am looking to add the following Hasselblad V lenses: 60mm f3.5 CF, 100mm f3.5 CF, 150mm f4 CF. These would allow me to ditch the 80-160 zoom and close the gap between the long end of the 28-45 and the 75mm.

Can anyone comment on the 60mm CF/CFI on the 645Z and in any way compare it to the Pentax 55mm DAF? As for the 100mm and 150mm, they are obviously very good, but can anyone compare them to the 80-160 zoom, or to the Pentax 150mm f3.5 (the latter also being considered).

Thanks!

PS will post link to Iceland images in due course. This is my second trip here and finding the 645Z a tremendous work horse!
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