XCD lens mount is a lens mount designed by Hasselblad in 2016 for digital mirrorless cameras with medium-format sensors. It is a bayonet mount with three tabs, and a focal flange distance of 18.14mm made exclusively for a 44×33mm medium-format sensor with an aspect ratio of 4:3. Lenses designed for the system have in-lens leaf shutters, bodies do not have a mechanical focal-plane shutter, meaning all adapted lenses must use the electronic shutter, limiting their use with flash. There are no mechanical linkages between the camera and lens, it is a fully electronic mount.
Compared to the usual 35mm format, the crop factor of XCD mount lenses is 0.79.
V-type lenses have introduced a physical control ring, smaller leaf shutter mechanism and focus clutch, enabling a quick switch between manual and autofocus. Those lenses use a different, all-metal design, with engraved metal focus and control rings. P-type lenses are compact models, optimized for small dimensions, for travel and street photography.
- Hasselblad XCD 21mm F4 ~17mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 28mm F4P 22mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 30mm F3.5 ~24mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 35–70mm F3.5–4.5 ~28–60mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 38mm F2.5V 30mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 45mm F3.5 ~35mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 45mm F4P ~35mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 55mm F2.5V 43mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 65mm F2.8 ~50mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 80mm F1.9 63mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 90mm F2.5V 71mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 90mm F3.2 71mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 120mm F3.5 Macro 95mm-equivalent
- Hasselblad XCD 135mm F2.8 ~105mm-equivalent
- X System Lenses on Hasselblad.com
- Hasselblad X System on Wikipedia
- Hasselblad X System Crop Factor and XCD Lens Full Frame Equivalent Focal Lengths on ShutterMuse.com
- Hasselblad announces 38mm, 55mm and 90mm F2.5 XCD V primes for its X System cameras on DPReview
- Hasselblad debuts ultralight XCD 28mm F4 P wide-angle medium format lens on DPReview
Last update: 24. 8. 2023.