Hasselblad announces the launch of the new 907X 50C medium format camera
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Hasselblad just released a new medium-format camera with a 50-megapixel sensor. It is to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing and will be used in June 2019. The “popular version” of the model launched by the concept. This mirrorless camera combines the company’s CFV II 50 digital back-end + brand new 907X body. The size of the CMOS sensor is 43.8*32.9 m㎡, supplemented by a 3.2 inch @ 2.4 million pixel touch screen, and a USB port -C rechargeable slot battery.
907X 50C has Hasselblad’s smallest medium format camera body so far.
It is reported that Hasselblad provides a new 907X 50C medium format camera with 14 stops of dynamic range aperture, 16-bit RAW shooting and full resolution JPEG file.
There are also dual UHS-II SD memory card slots , Integrated Wi-Fi function, capable of recording up to 2.7k video with 16:9 aspect ratio.
The weight of the Hasselblad 907X 50C is 740g For the lens, users can directly use the X system lens, or use the H, V and XPan system lens with the help of an adapter ring.
The machine will start shipping at the end of August. Interested consumers can order from now, the suggested retail price is 6399 US dollars, and there are accessories such as control handle and optical viewfinder.
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