Hasselblad H6D 100C Camera

Apr 11, 2016

Category: Tech

Hasselblad is to medium format photography what Ferrari is to the auto industry. Since 1941, the Swedish company has been turning out outstanding equipment and cameras that are the envy of amateur and professional photographers alike. Just recently, the brand has announced the release of their brand new H6D, a rebuilt medium format camera designed to take billboard-quality images.

This fully capable camera features an entirely new electronic platform that’s outfitted with a touch screen display, USB connection, compatibility with both SD and CFast cards, and either a 50 or 100 megapixel sensor. Of course, as one would expect from Hasselblad, this new body boasts an insane top shutter speed of 1/2000, an ISO of up to 12,800, and 4K video capability. Along with these technical improvements, this camera body uses an ergonomic and modular design that keeps the body fitting perfectly to your hand as you add or replace components. Hasselblad will retail the camera for $33,000. [Purchase]

Hassleblad H6D 1

Hassleblad H6D 2

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