Rodin's "Thinker" would have considered this lens had he contemplated building a Hasselblad system on a budget.? The standard lens package for Hasselblad has long been considered the 50, 80 and 150.? But what about a 60 and 120 instead?? The sixty would cover most of what you would use the 50 and 80 for.? This 120 definitely has the portrait perspective covered plus you'd have macro capability.? Now there's an economic theory to think about!? PS. If you're going to use the 120 S-Planar for portraits, you might want to invest in a Softar.? This lens might be too sharp!