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Hasselblad announces Wi-Fi enabled H5D-50c medium format camera

Hasselblad announced a new Wi-Fi enabled H5D-50c medium format camera (price: $36,000):

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Hasselblad H5D-50c CMOS medium format camera officially launched

Hasselblad officially announced the H5D-50c CMOS medium format camera. The US price is $27,500 for the camera or $30,000 for a kit with a 80mm lens. Press release and key features for the H5D-50c:

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First pictures of the Hasselblad H5D-50c camera

DC.Watch spotted the 50MP Hasselblad H5D-50c medium format camera on display at the 2014 CP+ show in Japan. The official release should be in March:

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The first CMOS-based medium format sensor is made by Sony (inside the new PhaseOne IQ25 and Hasselblad H5D-50c)

The first CMOS-based medium format sensor inside the new PhaseOne IQ250 and Hasselblad H5D-50c  is made by Sony according to the Luminous Landscape video above and PDNonline (post contains also few sample images). Here are few details on the new sensor:

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PhaseOne IQ250 coming soon with a…. new 50MP CMOS sensor

There could be a reason for the “announcement of an announcement” Hasselblad did earlier today for their 50MP CMOS sensor based H5D-50c medium format camera: PhaseOne is going to announce their new IQ250 digital back (see screenshot above) that will have… a new 50MP CMOS sensor, 2 fps, 15 stops dynamic range and ISO up to 6400. The […]

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Hasselblad to announce H5D-50c medium format camera with CMOS sensor

After Hasselblad quietly replaced its CEO (does this means the end of the Lunar and Stellar?), the company announced today the launch of the H5D-50c – the world’s first medium format camera with a 50MP CMOS sensor (medium format sensors are CCD). Some of the main advantages of the CMOS sensor are better ISO, faster capture rate […]

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