Hasselblad X1D-50c Video Reviews

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The Hasselblad X1D-50c, the first camera in the 'X' system from Hasselblad, is built around 44 x 33mm medium format sensor similar to the 50MP sensors of Ricoh's Pentax 645Z and Fujifilm's GFX 50S. Different from the design concept of the two aforementioned bodies, the X1D-50c is a very small sensor box designed to be used with leaf-shutter lenses. Key features include: 50MP 44 x 33mm medium format CMOS sensor, 12.4MP preview JPEGs or '3FR' 16-bit losslessly compressed Raws, 2.36M-dot electronic viewfinder, 920k-dot (VGA) 3.0" touchscreen, Designed to use leaf-shutter lenses, Tethered shooting over USB 3.0 or Wi-Fi, Full TTL compatibility with recent Nikon Speedlights.

The X1D-50c was announced June 2016, the first of a new line of medium-format mirrorless cameras from Hasselblad. Surprisingly diminutive, the X1D is comparable in size to current full-frame digital SLRs, but is equipped with a 43.8 x 32.9 mm CMOS sensor. The camera is also fitted with a new XCD mount, and two lenses are made initially available with others to follow. An H-mount adapter was also announced, which allowing lenses for H system cameras to be used on the X1D with full autofocus.



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