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Planar T* 2.8/80 CFE

74.9 to film
The Planar lens is the most successful camera lens design ever created. This nearly symmetrical layout provides the lens designer with numerous means to correct aberrations extraordinarily well, even for wide open apertures. The ideal basis for high-performance lenses with great color correction, high speed, flat image plane (this is where the name comes from) and low distortion. The Planar lens design is the basis for nearly all professional workhorselenses on earth and in space today, with the Planar T* 2.8/80 CFE lens being the most popular in medium format SLR photography.
With its focal length of 80 mm, which equals the diagonal of the film frame, the Planar T* 2.8/80 CFE lens records an image with a perspective (size relationship between foreground and background) that is pretty much the way we see the scene with our eyes. So it is suited for almost any task in general photography, which makes it the standard lens in the Hasselblad system. It comes with the electronics (that what the E stands for) to communicate with s Hasselblad cameras featuring built-in exposure measuring systems Preferred use: all-purpose, aerials, aerospace, digital photography
Cat. No. of lens Number of elements Number of groups Max. aperture Focal length Negative size Angular field 5 f/2.8 81.2 mm 55 x 55 mm width 38, height 38, diagonal 52 Min. aperture 22 Camera mount CFE Shutter Prontor CFE Filter connection Hasselblad series 60 Focusing range infinity to 0.9 m Working distance (between mechanical front end of lens and subject) 0.8 m Close limit field size Max. scale Entrance pupil Position Diameter Exit pupil Position Diameter Position of principal planes H H' Back focal distance Distance between first and last lens vertex Weight 504 mm x 504 mm 1 : 9.0 27.5 mm behind the first lens vertex 28.8 mm 25.8 mm in front of the last lens vertex 34.5 mm 39.8 mm behind the first lens vertex 11.2 mm in front of the last lens vertex 70.0 mm 47.0 mm 510 g
Performance data: Planar T* 2.8/80 CFE Cat. No. 11
1. MTF Diagrams The image height u - calculated from the image center - is entered in mm on the horizontal axis of the graph. The modulation transfer T (MTF = M odulation Transfer Factor) is entered on the vertical axis. Parameters of the graph are the spatial frequencies R in cycles (line pairs) per mm given at the top of this page. The lowest spatial frequency corresponds to the upper pair of curves, the highest spatial frequency to the lower pair. Above each graph, the f-number k is given for which the measurement was made. "White" light means that the measurement was made with a subject illumination having the approximate spectral distribution of daylight. Unless otherwise indicated, the performance data refer to large object distances, for which normal photographic lenses are primarily used. 2. Relative illuminance In this diagram the horizontal axis gives the image height u in mm and the vertical axis the relative illuminance E, both for full aperture and a moderately stopped-down lens. The values for E are determined taking into account vignetting and natural light decrease. 3. Distortion Here again the image height u is entered on the horizontal axis in mm. The vertical axis gives the distortion V in % of the relevant image height. A positive value for V means that the actual image point is further from the image center than with perfectly distortion-free imaging (pincushion distortion); a negative V indicates barrel distortion.
Subject to change. Printed in Germany 29.05.2000
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The great wall, China. Photo: Chen Chang Fen
The Hasselblad 501CM is a lightweight, compact, first - rate camera, available as a separate camera body, or as a complete kit, equipped with the Zeiss Planar CFE 2.8 / 80 mm lens. The camera kit offers an ideal opportunity for those photographers wishing to enter the Hasselblad system. The separate camera body is a useful item for committed Hasselblad photographers requiring an additional camera body.
The 501CMs characteristics make it the perfect choice both for hand - held photography and as a studio camera. Thanks to the innovative GMS (Gliding Mirror System), it produces a full viewfinder image with virtually all Hasselblad lenses. It is an easy camera to focus. The focusing screen is large and bright 54x54 mm and features a microprism and split - image rangefinder. In addition precise focusing is facilitated by an interchangeable 4.5x magnifier in the folding focusing hood. The 501CM is a basic but versatile camera that can be seen either as an entry - level model or as an additional body to the normal outfit. The robust aluminium alloy body is cast in one piece making it a tough contender in the hard world of daily professional use.

Photo:John Mason

Hasselblad a symbol for quality
The name Hasselblad is synonymous with reliability, design and image quality. Reliability is a result of the highest mechanical and optical precision, designed and produced by skilled craftsmen with help from the latest in modern production techniques. The design is modular; all the elements of the system are exchangeable. Therefore virtually all Hasselblad lenses, film magazines and other accessories, even older models, are compatible with the latest developments. Hasselblad is the most comprehensive medium format system with over 300 items; and constantly developing. Brilliant image quality results from the most demanding criteria concerning mechanics and lenses. Hasselblad and Zeiss represent the quality connection; the camera is a perfect combination of mechanical and optical design. Extreme film flatness produced by Hasselblad film magazines and the stunning optical quality guaranteed by the unsurpassed Zeiss lenses result in razor-sharp quality across the entire film area.
All CFi / CFE / CF and CB lenses can be used with the 501CM. The Hasselblad system also offers converters of the same high optical quality as the lenses.
The Medium Format: 6x6 cm
The 6x6 cm medium format produces an image that is 3.5 times larger than 35 mm, thereby providing the opportunity to reshape the format. The original size is large enough for direct visual assessment, something that is much appreciated by art directors and picture editors alike. Due to the square format the camera never has to be turned on its side any necessary reshaping can take place when the picture is used.
14 top quality lenses from Zeiss
The 501CM grants you access to 14 different lenses, from 30 to 500 mm in focal length. They are all made by Zeiss, the worlds leading optics manufacturer. Thanks to the Zeiss T* anti - reflex coating, Zeiss lenses produce unbeatable image contrast and colour saturation. The Hasselblad system also offers converters of the same high optical quality 1.4x, 2x Converter XE and the PC- Mutar for perspective control.
Thanks to the innovative GMS (Gliding Mirror System), the 501CM produces a full image in the viewfinder with virtually all lenses.
A selection of viewfinders
There are several types of viewfinders in the Hasselblad range, affording various viewing angles. You can choose between focusing hoods, reflex or prism viewfinders both with or without metering. The meter prism viewfinders PME45 and PME90 for example features TTL spot metering, centre -weighted TTL integral metering as well as incident light metering via a dome sensor.

Interchangeable film magazines
Interchangeable film magazines allow for rapid reloading of film, change of film type or format. There are magazines for 120, 220, and 70 mm perforated film. Film or format can be changed whenever you choose without losing a single frame. Exposure and composition can be tested immediately with the Polaroid magazine. For those considering the possibilities of digital photography Hasselblad is the right choice. Today eleven leading manufacturers produce digital backs to fit Hasselblad cameras.
No other medium format system offers a greater range of accessories than the Hasselblad system, making it the most versatile system on the market.
Technical specifications 501CM


6x6 cm (21/4 x21/4 ") or 6x4.5 cm (21/4 x15/8 ") with appropriate magazines. 6x4.5 cm (21/4 x15/8 ") or 6x3 cm (21/4 x11/5 ") with format mask.


120 and 220 rollfilm, 70 mm perforated film and Polaroid film with accessory magazines.


Fitted with GMS, Gliding Mirror System, which provides a full image in the viewfinder with virtually all lenses. Interchangeable focusing screens for different applications. Folding focusing hood with 4.5x magnifier that can be exchanged for: reflex viewfinders, magnifying hood, prism viewfinders (45 and 90 viewing angles) either with or without built - in light meter.


Simultaneous manual shutter winding and film advance.


The Hasselblad 501CM is a mechanical, medium - format, single - lens reflex camera. It is part of the Hasselblad system which covers interchangeable lenses, viewfinders, film magazines and a host of other accessories. As a kit the 501CM is equipped with a Planar CFE 2.8 / 80 mm lens and an A12 magazine with slide holder as standard.


Interchangeable Carl Zeiss CFi /CFE /CF and CB lenses with focal lengths of 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100, 120, 150, 160, 180, 250, 350 and 500 mm. Converter 2XE, PC-Mutar 1.4X Shift Converter and Teleconverter 1.4XE.


All CFi /CFE /CF and CB lenses. All magazines, viewfinders and most other accessories.


With focusing hood, Planar CFE 2.8 /80 mm, film magazine A12: length 180 mm (7"), width 114 mm (4.5"), height 110 mm (4.3")


Between - lens shutter with speeds from 1 s to 1/500 s and B.


One - piece, cast aluminium alloy shell with 3/8" and 1/4" socket threads and tripod plate for rapid mounting with the Hasselblad tripod quick - coupling accessory.

The between - lens shutter provides flash synchronization at all shutter speeds.


With focusing hood, Planar CFE 2.8 /80 mm, film magazine A12: 1565 g (3 lb 7 oz) Camera body only: 590 g (1 lb 5 oz)


Meter Prism Viewfinders available as accessories.
Chrome or black, supplied with focusing hood, carrying strap and front and rear protective covers.
We reserve the right to make changes without notice.
Code 93974. Victor Hasselblad AB. 01 02. Staff photographer Jens Karlsson. Production Krammer & Co. Print Billes. Sweden
Victor Hasselblad AB Box 220, SE - Gteborg, Sweden Tel. + - 00 Fax + 46 31-74



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