I have been reviewing a lot of different lenses on my Hasselblad X1D 50C mark ii, and decided to make an article about these tests of vintage glass. I am still in the process and decided to make it into a series of articles, as I have reviewed far more lenses than would fit into one single article.

The Hasselblad X1D ii camera with adapter to Canon FD lenses, on top of that an adapter to M42 screw mount, into which the Industar 50-2 50mm f3.5 lens is fitted. A very cheap lens on an expensive camera, and a combo that gave amazing results.

You can find a link to the articles in the menu under “Vintage reviews/Medium Format – Vintage Glass” or if you follow this link Adapted lenses #1 you will get to the first article in the series. So far I have published three articles, the first one being on old Canon FD lenses, that I have owned for years and used on my Canon A1 and Canon F1 film cameras.