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View Poll Results: Vote for your most essential Hasselblad focal lengths
30mm 2 0.70%
40mm 15 5.24%
50mm 84 29.37%
60mm 34 11.89%
80mm 189 66.08%
100mm 34 11.89%
120mm 21 7.34%
150mm 70 24.48%
180mm 17 5.94%
250mm 10 3.50%
350mm 1 0.35%
500mm 3 1.05%
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #121
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I think that for the non-macro, yet still fairly close distances you plan to use it for, the 120 will serve you well. The clue here is that you plan to use an extension tube with a 150. That's close enough to justify a 120!
Sounds good to me! When the time comes I’ll keep an eye out for one.

Edit: I might just buy a CB 160mm since A) It’s inexpensive B) I like Tessar lenses and C) I’ve had good luck with my CB 60, and don’t see why I wouldn’t with the 160. Since the Hasselblad isn’t my primary system I feel less compelled to try and chase after top-shelf everything for it.
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