Hasselblad Delivers The 907X & CFV 100C: A Game-Changer In Medium Format Photography - IMBOLDN
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Hasselblad 907X & CFV 100C

Hasselblad Delivers The 907X & CFV 100C: A Game-Changer In Medium Format Photography

The CFV 100C and 907X offer unmatched versatility, allowing compatibility with various Hasselblad lenses.

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$ 8,200

Hasselblad, a renowned name in the world of photography, has once again pushed the boundaries of innovation by introducing the Hasselblad 907X & CFV 100C, which the brand proudly calls “the most versatile medium format camera” available today.

The 907X camera body and CFV 100C digital back are designed to be compatible with a wide range of Hasselblad lenses, including XCD, HC/HCD, V System, and Xpan lenses. Furthermore, the digital back can be connected to iconic Hasselblad V System film camera bodies, such as the Hasselblad 500 and 200 series. However, manual focus is the only option in this case. Additionally, it’s compatible with technical cameras, also requiring manual focus.

However, when paired with the 907X, photographers can take advantage of phase-detect autofocus (PDAF) and face-detection AF. The CFV 100C boasts an impressive 294 autofocus points that cover 97% of the image area, delivering the same autofocus speed and performance as the Hasselblad X2D 100C.

Photographers will appreciate the generous 1TB of built-in SSD storage, eliminating the need for constant memory card swaps. For those who prefer using memory cards, the camera includes a CFexpress Type B card slot supporting cards up to 512GB in capacity.

The CFV 100C offers the flexibility to shoot 16-bit RAW files in single-shot drive mode, promising an impressive 15 stops of dynamic range at its optimal settings. The maximum ISO setting is 25,600, ensuring superb low-light performance.

The Hasselblad camera boasts a 3.2-inch TFT type, 24-bit full-color tilting display with 2.36 million dots, providing two tilting angles of 40 and 90 degrees. This display design differs slightly from the X2D 100C’s larger 3.6-inch display, which offers 40 and 70-degree tilt angles.

In terms of dimensions, the 907X and CFV 100C can be separated, similar to traditional medium-format cameras. The 907X body, constructed from machined aluminum, weighs just 160 grams and measures 102 x 91 x 28 millimeters. The CFV 100C digital back weighs 460 grams (excluding battery and memory card) and measures 91 x 92 x 61 millimeters. When combined, the body and back weigh 620 grams, with dimensions of 102 x 92 x 84 millimeters. This combination is 120 grams lighter than the 907X and CFV 50C, making it the most compact and lightweight high-resolution medium format camera available.

The shutter speed range depends on the lens used, with XCD lenses offering a range of 68 minutes to 1/4000s, while HC/HCD lenses can achieve speeds of up to 1/800s or 1/2000s. The camera also features an electronic shutter, with a maximum speed of 1/6000s, faster than any of Hasselblad’s physical shutters. Leaf shutters allow for flash synchronization at all mechanical shutter speeds, a significant advantage for photographers.

The CFV 100C comes with a new hot shoe adapter, enabling the use of Nikon and Profoto flashes, including the Nikon SB-700 and SB-5000 and the Profoto A10 and A1. Additionally, it offers compatibility with an optional 907X control grip, simplifying adjustments to aperture, shutter speed, and autofocus point selection. Customizable function buttons are also available for personalized settings.

The Hasselblad 907X & CFV 100C are now available to order now at $8,200, with immediate shipping. This groundbreaking combination is set to redefine the world of medium format photography, offering unmatched versatility and performance for discerning photographers.

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