Hasselblad H4D-40 specs

First the set of specs from Calumet:

Digital Features:

Sensor size: 40.0 Mpixels (7304×5478 pixels)

Sensor dimensions: 33.1×44.2 mm

Image size: RAW 3FR capture 50 MB on average. TIFF 8 bit: 120 MB

File format: Lossless compressed Hasselblad RAW 3FR

Shooting mode: Single shot

Color definition: 16 bit

ISO speed range: ISO 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1600

Storage options: CF card type U-DMA (e.g. SanDisk extreme IV) or tethered to Mac or PC

Color management: Hasselblad Natural Color Solution

Storage capacity: 4 GB CF card holds 75 images on average

Capture rate: 1.1 seconds per capture. 33 captures per minute

Color display: Yes, 3 inch TFT type, 24 bit color, 230 400 pixels

Histogram feedback: Yes

IR filter: Mounted on CCD sensor

Acoustic feedback: Yes

Software: Phocus for Mac and Windows

Platform support: Macintosh: OSX. Windows: XP (32 and 64 bit), Vista (32 and 64 bit), Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit).

Host connection type: FireWire 800 (IEEE 1394b)

View camera compatibility: Yes, Mechanical shutters controlled via flash sync. Electronic shutters can be controlled from Phocus.

Operating temperature: 0 - 45 °C / 32 - 113 °F

Dimensions: Complete camera w. HC80 mm lens: 153 x 131 x 213 mm [W x H x D]

Weight: 2290 g (Complete camera w. HC80 mm lens, Li-Ion battery and CF card)

Camera Features:

Camera type: Large sensor medium format DSLR

Lenses: Hasselblad HC/HCD lens line with integral central lens shutter.

Shutter speed range: 256 seconds to 1/800 second

Flash sync speed: Flash can be used at all shutter speeds.

Viewfinder options:

•HVD 90x: 90° eye-level viewfinder w. diopter adjustment (-5 to +3.5D). Image magnification 3.1 times. Integral fill-flash (G.No. 12 @ ISO100). Hot shoe for SCA3002-system flashes from Metz™.

•HV 90x: 90° eye-level viewfinder w. diopter adjustment (-4 to +2.5D). Image magnification 2.7 times. Integral fill-flash (G.No. 12 @ ISO100). Hot shoe for SCA3002-system flashes from Metz™.

•HVM: Waist-level viewfinder. Image magnification 3.2 times.

Focusing: Autofocus metering with passive central cross-type sensor. Ultra focus digital feedback. Instant manual focus override. Metering range EV 1 to 19 at ISO 100.

Flash control: Automatic TTL centre weighted system. Uses built-in flash or flashes compatible with SCA3002 (Metz™). Output can be adjusted from -3 to +3EV. For manual flashes a built-in metering system is available.

Exposure metering: Metering options: Spot, Centre Weighted and CentreSpot. Metering range Spot: EV2 to 21, Centre Weighted: EV1 to 21, CentreSpot: EV1 to 21

Power supply: Rechargeable Li-ion battery (7.2 VDC / 1850 mAh).

Film compatibility: No

Focus-Numerique also published some Hasselblad H4D-40 specs (Google translation):

Sensor Resolution: 40.1 Megapixel (5477 × 7302 pixels) in size 3 / 4
Sensor dimensions: 33.1 x 44.2 mm
Pixel size: 6.0 μm
Image Size: Shooting RAW 3FR, compressed from 54 MB on average. TIFF 8bit: 120 MB
Raw File Format (RAW): Hasselblad 3FR lossless compressed
Fashion Shooting: Single Shot
Definition of color: 16 bits
ISO Range: ISO 100, 200, 400 and 800
2 storage options: CF card type U-DMA (eg. SanDisk Extreme Pro) or cable connection to a Mac or PC
Color Management: Solution of Hasselblad Natural Color
Storage Capacity FC: A 4GB CF card contains an average of 74 images
Capture rate: 1.4 seconds per capture. 42 catches per minute
Color Screen: 3 inch, double-resolution (460,320 pixels), TFT, 24 bit color
Histogram: Yes
IR filter mounted CCD
Acoustic feedback: Yes
Software Included: Phocus for Mac and Windows
Platforms Supported: Macintosh OS X version 10.6. Windows: XP, Vista and Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit)
Type of connection to the Host: FireWire 800 (IEEE1394b)
Compatibility view camera: Yes, via flash sync for mechanical valves. Phocus software allows to control the electronic shutters.
Operating temperatures: 0 - 45 C
Dimensions: Complete camera without lens: 153 x 131 x 136 mm [W x H x D]
Weight: 1800 g (camera body, viewfinder HV 90x-II, Li-Ion battery and CF card), 2290g with 80mm

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  • Jesus_sti

    How much ? … to much !

    • schannor

      if you need to ask, it’s not for you

      • Lorenzo

        why so?

  • yoshitoshi

    Around $23K. Seems like a better deal than the leica for a camera only for studio shooting, but I still prefer the S2 over this.

  • Wheres the video mode!!!!???? ; )

  • Lorenzo

    Where is the affordable camera? 😀

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