When it comes to photography, Swedish camera manufacturer Hasselblad is the alpha and the omega. Originally established in the mid-19th century during the early developmental stages of the camera itself, the company will release a digital single-lens reflex camera in October. It epitomizes high-quality picture taking by generating a 50-megapixel image resolution. Hasselblad’s H3DII-50 is the company’s fifth-generation medium-format camera and will deliver 33 captures per minute and produce image files as large as 150 megabytes. The $39,995 camera will house a two-gigabyte CompactFlash card capable of holding 30 images. The camera will offer users the ability to capture images from eye- or waist-level with interchangeable viewfinders. Hasselblad’s Natural Color Solution and Moiré Removal technologies—not to mention the company’s vast array of software and accessories—grant users the capabilities necessary to capture images as a professional would, regardless of experience.
YES THAT’S RIGHT PEOPLE…A $40,000 CAMERA….WHATEVER IS YOUR SUBJECT FOR THAT PICTURE BETTER BE WORTH IT…IF IT ISN’T YOU BETETR MAKE SURE IT IS…I DON’T KNOW IF THE CAMERA WILL EVER CATCH UP WITH IT’S PRICE IN WORTH…BUT YOU LET ME KNOW.