Finally there are 100 million pixels! Hasselblad X2D 100C may be officially released on the 7th of this month

time:2023-02-08 02:00:55 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Tablet PC
Finally there are 100 million pixels! Hasselblad X2D 100C may be officially released on the 7th of this month

The news of the Hasselblad X2D has been circulated for a long time, and the appearance of the camera has also been officially exposed a few days ago. The latest news indicates that Hasselblad will release the X2D 100C medium format mirrorless camera on September 7, and will also release 3 XCD mediums in the same period. Format lenses, one of which will be the exposed XCD 38mm F2.5. From the "100C" in the new model, it can be known that the new model will use a 100-megapixel sensor, and will also add a 5-axis body image stabilization system to improve the image blurring that occurs when the ultra-high-pixel camera is hand-held shooting. , It is temporarily unknown whether Hasselblad will further use the 5-axis body image stabilization to have an ultra-high pixel mode. From the leaked spy photos, it is seen that the X2D 100C will use a flip-up screen, and a large monochrome LCD that can fully display basic shooting information and battery status is added on the top of the camera. As for storage media, SD memory cards may be abandoned and higher-speed CFexpress Type B cards will be used. Live View and autofocus algorithms will also be improved. The market expects the Hasselblad X2D 100C to be priced at US$8,000, which is 1/4 more expensive than the Fuji GFX100S, which has a similar appearance and also has 100 million pixels. So do you think this price is too high or within the acceptable range? via:photorumors

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