Hasselblad's new 100-megapixel medium-format camera broke the news

Hasselblad's new 100-megapixel medium-format camera will be released tonight, and now the promotional materials for this camera have leaked online, revealing more parameter information. According to reports, this camera has an effective pixel of 100 million and a native sensitivity as low as 64; it adopts phase focus and has 294 phase focus areas; it is equipped with the most compact medium-format image stabilization structure to date, and a 5-axis image stabilization can achieve 7-speed image stabilization. Shake effect. In addition, this camera has a built-in 1TB SSD with a write speed of up to 2370MB/s and also supports CFe Type-B cards.

The camera model is Hasselblad X2D-100c, equipped with a 100-megapixel medium-format CMOS, providing 15 stops of dynamic range, equipped with a 5.76-megapixel electronic viewfinder and a 2.36-megapixel touch folding screen. In terms of performance improvement, it is reported that the Hasselblad X2D-100c has 3 times faster-focusing speed than the previous generation, 65% faster shutter response, and now supports a continuous shooting speed of 3.3 frames per second (14-bit color depth).

It is reported that the Hasselblad X2D-100c is priced at about $8,000 (about 53,760 yuan). In addition, it is reported that Hasselblad will also release 3 lenses, including the  XCD 38mm F2.5 lens


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