Hasselblad has announced five new lenses for the X1D. This is fantastic news because ever since the X1D was released, its biggest problem was its lens line up. If you've been considering buying the X1D, now may be the perfect time.
Previously the longest telephoto lens that was available (natively) for this system was the XCD 90mm f/3.2, which didn't receive the best of reviews. This was mostly due to its unpleasant looking bokeh. Thankfully a new 135mm f/2.8 is set to be released with a 1.7x teleconverter further increasing the focal length to a 230mm f/4.8. This looks like it's set to be the perfect lens for portrait photography.
Other lenses include a standard 65mm f/2.8 which will be similar to a 50mm on full frame and a variable aperture 35-75mm zoom lens. There is also a much-requested 21mm f/4 wide angle lens which will potentially make this system great for landscape photography. The most interesting lens for me is the 80mm lens that's been announced. Hasselblad is describing this as the highest aperture lens they have ever introduced. My guess is that this will be an f/2, but I won't have any complaints if it's any wider than that.
I'm very glad to see Hasselblad investing in the X1D and developing more lenses with wider apertures for this system. Could this mirrorless system eventually take over and make their H system redundant?