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Hasselblad launches an all new medium format camera
75 years at the forefront of imagery, Hasselblad continues to innovate
Hasselblad began its journey when founder, Victor Hasselblad, refused to simply copy an aerial surveillance camera at the request of the Swedish government who asked him if he had the skills to produce a camera identical to one that had been captured. He famously said: ‘No, but I can make a better one’. The camera maker has once again, followed Victor’s philosophy and applied it to the award winning H medium format camera – launching the all new H6D.
Phase One today announced that in collaboration with Sony it has designed a new 100MP CMOS full-frame sensor for the Phase One XF 100MP Camera System. Engineered to perform well beyond 100MP imaging, the modular Phase One XF Camera System platform was designed for expansion – offering hard-working professional photographers tangible investment value.
Hasselblad has announced the launch of a new and exclusive medium format camera body.
Every Back Deserves the Best Partner. H5X.
The highly versatile H5X has been developed primarily for H1, H2, H2F and H4X photographers who seek H5 capability – and also as a backup body for H5D users.
Hasselblad is to cease production of its 503CW model – the last V System camera in the company’s portfolio.
The decision, which comes into immediate effect, brings to an end over a half century of evolution of the company’s original camera line.