With the release of Hasselblad’s most recent XCD Lenses, the XCD 65, 80, and 135 including X Converter 1,7, the new 1.22 Firmware Update ensures photographers are equipped with the most up-to-date tools for capturing their creative visions. Alongside the latest 0.5.33 lens firmware, this update also includes a list of minor improvements that advance the overall functionality of the X1D- 50c mirrorless medium format camera.
Hasselblad plans to transform your Moto Z smartphone into a digital camera, and that is meant in the literal sense.
The Hasselblad True Zoom connects to the back of the Moto Z with magnets and turns it into an honest-to-goodness digital point and shoot.
No doubt about it – the mirrorless camera segment is where most of the new, exciting products have been released.
The latest player in that arena is an unlikely one: Hasselblad.
Last week, it announced the X1D. Its body shape screams APS-C, but in fact it’s a medium format mirrorless camera with a 50-MP CMOS sensor.
On paper, there is much to like about the X1D.
Hasselblad has updated its Phocus image-processing software.
Hasselblad said it overhauled the user interface to make it cleaner and more intuitive. There are some new software tools in Phocus.
In addition to recognizing Hasselblad’s RAW files, including those from its latest H6D 100-MP medium-format digital camera, Phocus also can work on RAW files from more than 200 other digital cameras.
You can tether and control Hasselblad's digital cameras through Phocus.
Hasselblad has joined Phase One in offering a 100-MP camera with its new H6D.
The H6D has a 53.4 x 40.0mm CMOS sensor with an ISO range of 64-12,800. The 100-MP sensor creates a RAW file that is on average 120MB in size. The camera salso shoots TIFF (average 289MB file size) and two video formats. There is no JPG option, which isn’t surprising, given that this is a pro-level camera.
The H6D also is available in a 50-MP version.
Without a doubt, the Hasselblad V system was the workhorse for studio and magazine photographers. Coupled with the high-quality Zeiss lenses, these ruled the fashion world until the quality of digital photography rose to the point that many abandoned their tried-and-true cameras.
The CFV-50c digital back hopes to lure those photographers back into the fold.