In addition to the new H5D-50c medium format CMOS camera, Hasselblad has unveiled the H5D-200c, which delivers 200MP images.
The camera is based on the H5D-50c, using the same 50MP sensor. It produces higher resolution images by using a multi-shot design. The camera will capture 1, 4 or 6-shots. At the…
I assume that if one uses this camera, one would need a super computer to handle such large files. I personally think the competition for mp's should slow down and workflow simplicity should be targeted. By the time the you finally get the image manipulated to ones satisfaction you have cut into your shooting time tremendously. I'm about shooting. Old school , which taught a lot of the older shooters to edit in the camera. By the time we re-educate ourselves, we're out of time. Photography shouldn't be about your ability to electronically manipulate an image , but to create images that speak for themselves. Higher priced equipment and more megapixels are not what we need. The fun of photography has been replaced by the creation of more industry and big business. Photographers are working themselves into bankruptcy by trying to keep up with the deep curve of learning and buying more megapixels. Give my my F4.
The Swedish camera manufacturer Hasselblad H5D-200C,
Including a model that outputs images of up to 200 million pixels. The H5D-50c MS and H5D-200c MS are 4-shot and 6-shot bodies that use pixel shifting to create higher resolution images than their 50-million-pixel sensors could in a single shot.
the switch from CCD to CMOS makes its multi-shot cameras output at 75MB in single shot mode but up to 400MB for 6-shot images, while the maximum size of a 6-shot TIFF image will be ~600MB, measuring 16,544x12,400 pixels. Images taken with the 6-shot
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