The new Hasselblad X 1d is a mirrorless

The new Hasselblad X 1d is a mirrorless very high compared to alternatives based on APS-C sensors or 35mm. It weighs 750 grams without a lens and integrates a 50 megapixel camera sensor. Uses XGA resolution electronic viewfinder and touchscreen display 3 “on the back displays 920,000 pixels. The ISO may vary from 100 to 25,600, and the exposure time ranges from 60 seconds to 1/2000 of a second.


Of course, being a mirrorless 2016 X1d comes with support for two SD cards, GPS and integrated WiFi and a USB 3.0 jack for fast data transfer JPEG files and RAW results. Chapter shooting but Hasselblad does not impress anyone, but perhaps that this function has been integrated form, being a device dedicated to photography. X1d filming the resolution is FullHD (1920 x 1080 pixels) at 30 frames per second, despite the fact that the sensor could easily exceed 4K standard from now. But the problem may be image processor that probably cannot capture images in sequence so quickly at very high speeds and SD storage media.

Along with Hasselblad X1d, the company launched two new targets, 45 and 90mm and an adapter for the lens H, currently on classical instruments. Launching the new mirrorless the medium format will take place in August, which was confirmed for the price of 8995 dollars, while lenses will be available alongside him at the prices of $ 2,295 for the model of 45 mm and $ 2,695 for the 90 mm.

Add Comment