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Hasselblad recently launched its latest medium format camera in the H4D line.  The new H4D-200MS sports a 50MP sensor and includes all of the features found in the H4D-50 and H4D-50MS; however, the 200MS now has the ability to capture 200MP images by shifting the sensor and capturing multi-shot images. [click to continue…]

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Hasselblad H4D-31

by on September 23, 2010

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Hasselblad announced the H4D-31 this week at Photokina 2010 as a solution for high-end 35mm photographers and medium format film shooters looking to make a more affordable switch to digital.  The H4D-31 is packaged with an 80mm lens for €9,995, and is also available with a CF-lens adapter in place of the kit lens for those who already shoot medium format film.

More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]

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Hasselblad announced a pair of new lenses for its H4D system earlier this week at Photokina 2010.  The new HC 50mm-II and HC Macro 120mm-II lenses are the latest in the H4D family and offer a new optical design to take advantage of the 50MP and 60MP sensors found in the top-of-the-line H4D cameras.

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Along with a number of other new products this week at Photokina 2010, Hasselblad announced a Ferrari Limited Edition H4D camera.  The limited run will consist of only 499 models.

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At Photokina 2010 this week, Hasselblad announced the CFV-50, which is a 50MP digital back for V-System cameras.  The new 50MP back is priced a €11,990.

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Hasselblad H4D-40

by on February 2, 2010

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Hasselblad H4D-40

The Hasselblad H4D-40 is a 40-megapixel medium format camera geared toward high-end 35mm photographers.  The H4D is packaged with Hasselblad’s Phocus 2.0 software for processing images from the camera.  The H4D-40 ships from Hasselblad with the camera body, viewfinder and 80mm lens for $19,995.

More details in the press release below.

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