This is the fourth in a series of posts on the Fujifilm GFX-50S. The series starts here.
Fuji makes an adapter so that you can use Hasselblad (and Fuji) H-mount lenses on the GFX. As as aside, I note that both lines of lenses are made by Fuji. The adapter does not provide for autofocus, but does control the leaf shutter and the diaphragm, and takes data from the lens and places it in the EXIF fields of the images. It always operates stopped down, which was a surprise, but not a trait that bother me much. I will say that the Hassy 150 doesn’t have any focus shift to speak of.
I’ve done a much better test of the HC 150 mm lens, and it’s here:
Therefore, I am withdrawing this post. Thanks for looking.