Professional photographers searching for an upgrade to their existing photographic kit may be interested in the new Hasselblad H6D-400c MS camera which is capable of capturing 400 megapixel images, using six separate exposures captured with the 100 megapixel sensor. The process shifts one pixel at a time for the first four exposures enabling the camera to capture real GRGB colour data. After which the camera then moves half a pixel vertically and half a pixel horizontally, before all six exposures are merged into one massive 2.4 GB image measuring a colossal 23,200 x 17,400 pixels in size.
Features of the Hasselblad H6D-400c MS camera include the already mentioned 100 megapixel sensor, USB 3.0 TYPE-C connection for quick film transfers and a 30FPS live view. On the rear of the camera is located a 3 Inch touch screen display for menu navigation and settings configuration. The Hasselblad H6D-400c is also equipped with CFast 2.0 dual media card slots offering very high speed data transfers required for HD & UHD video and continuous stills shooting. The H6D-400c MS can also capture UHD (4K) video in Hasselblad’s proprietary RAW video format and is equipped with support for wireless connectivity, HDMI and audio I/O as well as Hasselblad’s unique True Focus technology to provide razor-sharp images.
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