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Hasselblad Zeiss F-Distagon IHI CF 24mm f3.5-5.6

incredibly rare 24mm hasselblad circular fisheye

Through the original fishlist and the message board we learn they were built in 1984, as far as we know 50 units only were produced, it had 0.1 m closest focus and a CF-mount, but most of them were modified with a yellow filter and no shutter. The lens is said to be specially built for a rubber tire industry, quality control purposes, sampling pictures from inside the tire. They are said to have 300° on a 56mm circular image.

On emulsive.org this interesting article states it to be produced in the 80-100 range, and the shutter version to be also given a 3.5 to 22 aperture control.

Breguet Camera had this version for sale, it is converted to PL mount.

Can you help me?

This entry is incomplete. I’m looking for good pictures, both iconic on white background (front, top, side, angled) and “real life” ones. More important I’m looking for correct information supported by facts, proof, articles. I’m also looking for manuals, flyers, catalogs, etc. I can use it as a reference or I can share it here. Credits will be given.

Images and credits
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9 / 7
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56 mm
1365 g
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