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Hasselblad H4D-200MS Offers 200mp Photos

Hasselblad H4D-200MS Offers 200mp Photos - Hasselblad's new H4D-200MS Multi Shot system allows 200 megapixel images to be created.

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Hasselblad H4D-200MS

Hasselblad has announced the new H4D-200MS system is now available, priced at €32,000 the camera is capable of taking 200 megapixel images by combining 6 shots from the 50 megapixel sensor. The sensor is able to move 1 and 1/2 a pixel at a time. More information is available below, as well as on Hasselblad's website.

"The Hasselblad H4D-200MS’s amazing 200 million-pixel resolution brings unprecedented detail and resolution to your still life and studio photography. The H4D-200MS is the ultimate tool for any photographic application where the absolutely highest degree of resolution is required, from demanding car photography to high-end product photography and museum archiving and reproduction. The images produced by the H4D-200MS provide out-of-the-box true color, moiré free capture, and an astonishing level of detail."

"The H4D-200MS camera uses a 50Mpix sensor mounted onto our patented symmetrical multi-shot frame, which can accurately position the sensor with accuracy, using piezo-electrical actuators. The camera then captures 6 shots, by moving the sensor 1 and ½ pixel at the time, to create a 200Mpix capture. This process eliminates the issues which single-shot interpolation can sometimes introduce, such as moiré and color rendering issues, thereby capturing the red, green and blue information in each individual pixel point and then combining these captures into one amazing file."

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27 May 2011 12:00PM
if only lol

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stuvine 9 63 United Kingdom
27 May 2011 12:54PM
I'll take two please!
27 May 2011 2:31PM
I think I'll get the Sigma SD1 - it's a much cheaper camera Wink
Hugo 10 649 United Kingdom
27 May 2011 11:01PM

Quote:I think I'll get the Sigma SD1 - it's a much cheaper camera Wink

Pixel for Pixel .. this is actually better value!
ianrobinson Plus
5 1.2k 8 United Kingdom
28 May 2011 12:00AM
sounds a bit cheep to me i think ill stick with what i got.Wink
28 May 2011 1:06AM
Would mean a lot of hassel with my bank manager. Sad

(And even more in certain other quarters ! Wink )
NeilS Plus
8 961 United Kingdom
28 May 2011 2:31PM
Decimal point in the wrong place, hope Canon aren't watching
alighalam 5 1 Iran, Islamic Republic Of
29 May 2011 8:33AM
Only Hasselblad is same as hasselblad !
GFJ 4 3 Northern Ireland
30 May 2011 11:09AM
Where will this all end, I wish Hasselblad had developed a 6x6 square sensor! I also wish Hasselblad and all their customers all best with this camera, and I wish I could be on of them. There are all my three wishes used up. LOL
1 Jun 2011 5:32PM
i think I will get two..... I just to save me the effort of switching from my HCD 4-5,6/35-90 mm lens to the HC 3,5/50 mm-II lens... you know how it is !!
RogerMann 4 10 2 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2011 7:42PM
1 Jun 2011 9:15PM
Bank robbery is frowned upon so I will stick to my film camera and scan .L..
mediaman 5 12 Scotland
2 Jun 2011 12:59AM
will get a better effect with my Nikon D3 mounted on the back of my Linhof 5x4 [ adapters from 125 ] useing the adapters rising cross movements. lol
Jusben 3
2 Jun 2011 5:29AM
Mine works quite well {In my dreams} LOL
2 Jun 2011 5:42AM
The computer needed to process the file of the camera is as big as my bedroom cupboard....
wattoj 4 1 1
2 Jun 2011 9:42AM
Yes, it really does put into perspective the tough decisions some of us go through, choosing between a 15 and 16 mega pixel camera!

I wonder however, if you really can tell the difference in an A4 or even A3 print between this and say the Canon 7D. Would be interesting to have a look at...Smile
Heres the answer up to a point.


wattoj 4 1 1
3 Jun 2011 9:59AM

Quote:Heres the answer up to a point.



Yes, Thank you for that - very interesting! With the huge difference in price ($35,000), I would've thought it should have been a markable difference. This begs the question - "What else are you getting for 35k extra?
5 Jun 2011 10:40PM
You think I will pick it up and go round shooting in the streets? No chance, my Nikon or Lumix will do.


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