Save Big on Hasselblad APS E-Mount Lenses!

Profoto A2 monolight

Profoto Releases Ultra-Compact Lightweight A2 Monolight

Profoto A2 Monolight is a super-compact lightweight flash head that’s perfect flash for location photography. About the size a can of soda, the A2 is

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DxOMARK Rates Sony FE 70-200 F2.8 GM OSS II Best-in-Class

While improvements to the AF system grabbed the headlines when the FE 70-200 F2.8 GM OSS II was released – it’s great to see confirmation

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Profoto Releases Connect Pro Remote Flash Trigger

Profoto Connect Pro ($399) brings improved functionality and enhances the user experience of the Profoto AirX technology to an on-camera remote available for Canon, Nikon,

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5 thoughts on “Save Big on Hasselblad APS E-Mount Lenses!”

    1. Aside from Canon, the entire photo universe refers to APS as a 1.5x crop.

      Canon refers to their 1.6x crop sensors as APS-C and their discontinued 1.3x crop sensors as APS-H.

      In real-world terms APS refers to 1.5x crop.

  1. couple of the reviews on B and H say “does not have the hybrid/phase detection focus” like the Sony version of the lens. is there any way to confirm that and should I just pony up for the Sony version at $249?

    1. Once again, this lens is made by Sony and it’s identical to the Sony version which was designed for the original Sony NEX-3 and NEX-5 before Phase-Detection was available for E-mount cameras. Either version will function the same.

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