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Lochner_l_Carmicheal

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has anyone tried (or knows of an adaptor that would) put a Hasselblad lens onto a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K??
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Joe Towner

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I assume you're looking to use the V mount lens on the - the older style with fully manual controls?

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1413028-REG/fotodiox_hbv_mft_pro_pro_lens_mount_adapter.html
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Lochner_l_Carmicheal

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Hi - thanks for the responses - just an update my plan would be to use my Hasselblad HC 120mm f4 Macro lens on one of the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K - and I would want to control everything manually and appreciate that the the Blackmagic Pocket Camera would not be able to talk to the lens - has anyone tried this with the new camera or in fact any video camera with a MFT mount?
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Joe Towner

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The HC lenses don't have an aperture ring or lever exposed, so short answer is no.  There are only 3 electrical adapters for HC glass out there, for the GFX system, the X1d system and the Leica S system.

If you wanted to stack 2 adapters, one being a HC-EF and a EF-m4/3 that has an aperture, it may work, but you're really asking for issues & spending more than what a more widely used lens would give you. 

Here's the two adapters:
https://www.adorama.com/kaeoshs.html is a HC to EF adapter (no controls)
https://www.adorama.com/fdeosirsmftp.html is a EF to m4/3 that has an aperture iris that's declicked
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And you will need a lens collar or lens support.  That will be an enormous front weight for the m43 Mount.  I would not mount that via 2 adapters to any m43 camera without support for the lens itself.  Just a word of caution.
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