Hasselblad X1D

Jun 23, 2016

Category: Tech

There are only a few things that really turn heads both inside and outside of the camera community, and a new Hasselblad body is definitely one of them. No surprise then that the x1D body, the newest release from the iconic brand, is getting a whole lot of press.

Boasting a 50 megapixel CMOS sensor that has an unreal ISO range of 100 to 256000, this is not only Hasselblad’s first medium format mirrorless camera, but the world’s first. Along with all these great technical features, users can slide in up to two SD cards, check their shots on a 3 inch screen, and tether to a computer using USB 3.0. To fit this brand new design, the brand is also releasing a new range of lenses intended to work with the high resolution – but if you have an H system lens you can still slide it on the XCD with an adapter. Hasselblad quality comes with Hasselblad prices, however. You can pick one of these up for $8,995. [Purchase]

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