Hasselblad recently dropped its flagship medium format, mirrorless camera—the Hasselblad X2D 100C. The camera’s 100-megapixel back-side illuminated CMOS sensor and native ISO of 64 offer vivid color and detail. Hasselblad says the X2D 100C boasts the classic X System aesthetics, reimagined with a dark grey tone. And the new X2D 100C’s iconic Scandinavian design features auto-focusing, image quality, responsiveness, stabilization, and storage. Hasselblad says the camera’s 16-bit color depth means that there are 281 trillion colors paired with 15 stops of dynamic range, allowing the X2D 100C to capture true-to-life highlights, shadows, and natural transitions.
The 294 Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) zones also provide accurate and swift focusing. Not only that but this camera features a 5-axis, 7-stop in-body image stabilization system in a lightweight and portable package. Hasselblad says the built-in 1TB SSD is a first for medium format cameras, and users can gain additional space with the CF-express Type B card slot. And the X2D 100C also provides a new 1.08-inch colored top display that publishes the camera’s status and shooting parameters. Plus, the camera uses Phocus Mobile 2 support5 for a portable workflow. In the box, buyers will find the camera body, battery, protection cover lid, a 30W USB-C Charger, USB-C to USB-C cable, shoulder strap, and battery cap.
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