Not long ago, Hasselblad introduced the new H5D-50c digital medium format camera sporting a 50 megapixel CMOS sensor, marking the step from CCD to CMOS technology in digital medium format photography. Shortly after that, the company announced a new digital back for its classic V-series cameras, as well as two multi-shot backs for the H5-series.
Now follows the H5X camera body, which bridges the gap between analog and digital medium format. According to Hasselblad, the H5X is “aimed primarily at current H1, H2, H2F and H4X users wishing to upgrade to H5…
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