Hasselblad today announced a whopping new camera, the H3D11-50. That’s right, they’ve done it again. 50 megapixels of goodness this time around, creating a 300MB file with each click of the shutter. Whoa! Further details after the jump, including a generous trade in option on your H3DII-39. Click the ‘continue reading’ link below …
They’re again boasting the world’s largest sensor, a Kodak product that comes in at a doozie of a 36x48mm hunk of love. Twice the size of the current largest dSLR. Other features I think are noteworthy:
-Shoot to CF card or Image Bank 2 hard drive.
-Performance up to 800 ISO.
-New Hassie software, called Phocus, replaces their old stuff.
-They’ll let you upgrade from the H3DII-39 to the 50 megapixel monster for simply the difference in cost.
-Expect October availability.
[For the full announcement, visit the Hasselblad website.]
[To download the Hasselblad H3DII-50 product sheet, click here.]
[Follow this link to learn more about their new software, called Hasselblad Phocus.]
[If you’re a big spender then click here and just order one.]