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Hasselblad 1.19 Firmware For X1D & H6D Cameras

Hasselblad has released new and improved 1.19 firmware updates for the X and H systems.

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Hasselblad has released a firmware update for the X1D and H6D systems that improve the user experience with each of the cameras. 

The X1D-50c is now, even more, user-friendly and customisable with a new function to use the rear screen as a touch-pad to select AF point while viewing through the EVF. The H6D-50c and H6D-100c now support V System lenses through the use of the CF Adapter and the update offers additional new functions to further customise the H6D experience.

X1D-50c firmware update at a glance: 

  • Touch-pad selection of AF point
  • New setting: Live view in EVF only
  • Custom buttons
  • New setting: Max aperture (Lens bokeh)
  • Create new folder
  • Toggle overlay in Video Live View with display button

H6D-50c & H6D-100c firmware update at a glance: 

  • Support for CF adapter
  • Grip button lock
  • Custom buttons (more functions)
  • Create new folder
  • Toggle overlay in Video Live View with display button


Firmware update 1.19 will be available from October 24 2017.

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