Hasselblad’s Medium-Format ‘907X & CFV 100C’ Doubles Resolution to 100 Megapixels

Hasselblad’s Medium-Format ‘907X & CFV 100C’ Doubles Resolution to 100 Megapixels

Published: February 2, 2024 | By: American Luxury Staff

Iconic photography brand Hasselblad strides into the future while honoring its medium format heritage. The new 907X & CFV 100C fuses modular design with advanced imaging for unparalleled versatility.

At the system’s core, the compact 907X body enables three distinct shooting modes. Combined with the CFV 100C digital back, it becomes the smallest 100MP medium format camera ever created. The svelte duo brings Hasselblad’s high-performance XCD, HC/HCD, and Xpan lenses into the digital age. The higher resolution is double that of its predecessor, the 907X 50C.

The CFV 100C also give film loyalists a bridge to the future. Attached to vintage Hasselblad V bodies, it lets iconic cameras like the 500 series harness its 100MP digital power. Photographers can fuse analog charm with cutting-edge image quality for a timeless experience.

In technical camera setups, the CFV 100C provides a high-resolution digital solution thanks to its 100MP sensor and intuitive interface. Museums and institutions can digitize film archives with unmatched detail and color accuracy.

Throughout applications, the CFV 100C’s sophisticated technology ensures lifelike images. The Hasselblad Natural Color Solution reproduces scenes as the human eye perceives them, with unrivaled color accuracy. With ultra-low ISO 64 sensitivity, it captures delicate details; 15 stops of dynamic range preserve shadows and highlights naturally.

For portraiture, advanced autofocus with face detection makes capturing natural expressions easier. Meanwhile, the CFV 100C’s incredible built-in 1 TB storage lets photographers shoot freely without memory card limitations.

At once familiar and forward-looking, the 907X & CFV 100C celebrates Hasselblad’s heritage of precision craftsmanship. The price is set to $8,199.


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