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200Mpx enough? New Hasselblad

Ha ha – so today Hasselblad have announced a 200Mpx camera!

Hasselblad H4D-200MS

Ok – so it isn’t a 200Mpx chip – but instead the camera has some fancy electronics that means it takes 6 pictures and combines them. I.E. “MS” = Multi Shot. I didn’t realise this but the 39MS and 50MS already existed. The 200MS can work as a 50MS – taking 4 shots instead of 6.

Of course – since it takes 6 separate shots – this will take time and need both a very still camera (i.e. on a solid mount) and a still subject – so things like product shots and still life etc. Examples on the Hass site are watches and cars. This won’t work for people.

I’ve had a look and can’t find any trace of estimated file size – but since my 10Mpx RAW is roughly 15Mb un-compressed – I guess the files will be about 300Mb each! (A VERY rough estimation btw – comparing very different cameras)

How much ? A cool 32,000 Euros.

People joke that new hasselblads cost the same as a car – I’d say this is 2 decent cars!

For more info : http://www.hasselblad.com/H4D-200MS

Proper geeky info on the Tech Datasheet : http://www.hasselblad.com/media/2658914/uk_h4d_200ms_v1.pdf

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One response

  1. of course it’ll work on people 😉
    http://www.ryanbrenizer.com/blog/2011/05/brenizer-method-instructions/

    May 31, 2011 at 2:02 pm

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