Professional camera maker Hasselblad updates its 50 megapixel, medium-format X1D mirrorless digital with a larger 3.6″ touch screen, a faster live view, a 3.69-million dot OLED viewfinder, quicker startups, and a speedier user interface. While by no means cheap, it’s substantially less expensive than its predecessor.
Building on its X1D-50c, Hasselblad’s new kit bundles the amazing medium-format mirrorless camera with a trio of XCD prime lenses (30mm, 45mm, and 90mm), a rugged Pelican carrying case, two batteries, lens cleaning accessories, and more. Hasselblad dealer list here.
Designed to bring 35 mm pros into the DSLR fold, Hasselblad’s 50 and 60 MP H4D medium format cameras include True Focus — off-center AF which accounts for camera movement.