Thursday, September 13, 2012

Hasselblad releases H5D!

Hasselblad is to update its full line up of H System medium format camera and lenses, promising better focus features and 'the largest, brightest viewfinder image on the market.' The H5D series is expected to start shipping by December, and will include 40, 50 and 60 megapixel models, as well as 50 and 200 megapixel multi-shot versions. The latest cameras feature an updated user interface and revised image processors for improved JPEG output. The Swedish company will also introduce a 24mm F4.8 lens, equivalent to a 17mm lens on a 135 format DSLR.

The camera is billed by the Sweden-based company as 'the latest step in the evolution of the best high-end camera system in the world'.
ok, this camera is aimed at high end professional users.


matthew said...

May you tell me why my FL cant flash whenever i take pic but it flash if it is not connected to camera?I canttake pic with full confidence nowadays because of this mischievious problem.

William said...

That is strange! I think it has contact problem. The problem is either in the flash light itself or on the camera.

The only way to find out is to borrow a flash and try it out. :)