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Hasselblad’s H6D is a Camera You Might Never Own

April 17th, 2016 | by Z. Gonzales

If you’ve ever tried learning photography, you might have encountered the brand name Hasselblad somewhere in your journey. And it’s not that surprising that you’d do as the company has been in the camera-making industry since the 1940s having been used in different important milestones of photography history.

Hassselblad H6D.pngRecently, Hasselblad has announced a new model which tries to keep up with today’s digital photography format.

The new Hasselblad H6D is sporting a 100-megapixel sensor (11,600 x 8,700 pixels) and comes with some nifty features one would find in common DSLRs. These include Wi-Fi connectivity, a 3-inch touchscreen, a USB Type-C port and the ability to record 4K video.

The H6D uses the company’s Natural Colour Solution, which when combined with a 16-bit colour definition produces images with great depth and sparkle. The camera also boasts a wide dynamic range of 15 stops allowing for more detailed images.

ISO levels for the H6D maxes out at 12,800 which ensures flexibility in different lighting conditions while shutter speed goes us high as 1/2000th of a second.

For those who are familiar with the brand, you’d expect that the H6D is something that is not cheap. Prepare to shell out over $32,000 for the 100MP version or around $26,000 for a 50MP variant.

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