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Hasselblad’s New X2D 100C Camera is Equipped with a Massive 100MP Sensor

Hasselblad is one of the world’s finest camera manufacturers, and it’s revamped its flagship mirrorless model with immaculate specs that translate to mesmerizing photos.

The X2D-100C boasts a 100MP medium format illuminated CMOS sensor resulting in unsaturated quality no matter how much you zoom in. Moreover, it has body image stabilization and phase detection autofocusing to ensure a near-perfect shot every time Feel free to take all the photos you want, as its built-in 1TB storage is ready to hold all your precious memories with no need for an extra memory card — at least not anytime soon.

The camera features a vibrant 3.6” touchscreen with a 2.36 million-dot resolution. Additionally, it boasts 15 stops of dynamic range and a 16-bit color depth to deliver nothing short but the most lively photos possible. Lastly, the X2D-100C has an ISO range of 64-25,600, paving the way for high-quality footage in low-light scenarios. And while the pricey new gadget does not feature any video capabilities, shutterbugs can rest assured that they’re getting their money’s worth (and then some) when it comes to snapping photos.

Hasselblad’s latest camera will be released alongside an ecosystem of compatible lenses, both of which are sold separately. Take a deeper look at the X2D-100C below, now available for $8,199 on its webshop.

Purchase: $8,199