Hasselblad H4D 60 Megapixel Camera Launching

hasselblad-h4d-lg1Hasselblad are launching their latest camera named the H4D. The H4D is a 60 megapixel camera that uses a true off-centre autofocus system…

…known as True Focus. Where even DSLRs often have to first focus and then reposition the camera to get focus significantly away from the center, the H4D has a yaw rate sensor that can detect the horizontal and vertical movement away from the focus point and refocus the lens to compensate.

New software is also included with the camera. The software is called Phocus and is now on version 2.0 with this camera.

The Hasselblad H4D isn’t cheap though with 2 models being made available. The first is the H4D-50 which has a 50 megapixel sensor and costs ‚¬19,995 while the H4D-60 captures at 60 megapixels and costs ‚¬28,995. The H4D-60 is being made available first sometime in November while the H4D-50 will be ready in January 2010.


Via: Slippery Brick and Electronista

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