Hasselblad has this week released the H5D-200c - the world's first CMOS medium format camera capable of taking 200 megapixel photos updating the H4D-200ms.
The H5D-200c MS offers 1, 4 and 6-shot capability. 6-shot will produce 8 bit TIFF files at 600MB each resulting in what Hasselblad says is 'the most accurate colour rendering and resolution available on the market today in the medium format'. The H5D-200c offers versatile capture with up to 12 minute exposure time, 100 to 6400 ISO, Image raw size is from 75MB with a 16 bit colour depth and the colour display is a 3 inch TFT type, 24 bit colour with 460 x 320 pixels resolution.
The H5D-200c Features:
- 50MP CMOS sensor
- 200MP capability with faster multi-shot capture sequence
- Excellent high ISO performance as high as 6400
- Longer shutter speeds of up to 12 minutes
- Faster capture rate: 1.5 frames per second
- Live video with high frame rate
- Improved camera handling
- Improved weather sealing
- True Focus auto-focus system with Absolute Position Lock and camera controls
- A range of 12 high performing lenses with built-in central shutter
For more information, visit the Hasselblad USA website.