Camera-manufacturing heavyweight Hasselblad has introduced its newest medium format camera, the H6D-400C MS. At $48,000, it isn’t a model priced for the typical amateur. But, for the professional artist, what a camera it is.
The powerful new shooter is able to capture images with an incredible 400-megapixel resolution. It is equipped with a large, 100-MP CMOS sensor. But, it’s the color accuracy that dazzles: the model’s digital data is combined with RGB color data for each megapixel. Additionally, a moveable sensor and mount provides full-color data capture. This allows for advanced detail clarity and fidelity, producing awe-inspiring, natural images.
The model is rooted in Hassy’s H6D-100C camera, but the newer model includes sensor-shift, multi-shot capabilities for the professional photographer. The 400C can shoot 400-MP images in 6-shot capture mode. Other features carry over from the brand’s other high-end single-shot systems, including True Focus II, 15 stops of dynamic range, and an ISO range of 64 to 12,800.
In addition to practical elements like a USB-C port, one media card slot, and an SD slot, the 400C MS also boasts a 3-inch touch display panel and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Hasselblad plans to ship the new H6D-400C MS in March.