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Hasselblad Opens Online Store

November 30, 2017
Hasselblad Opens Online Store

Hasselblad’s New Online Store is Now Open To The USA, China, UK, Germany and France Hasselblad, the leading manufacturer of digital medium format cameras and lenses, is pleased to announce the launch of its new online ‘Hasselblad Store’. The online store will broaden availability of Hasselblad’s iconic high-performance cameras and lenses to photographers in...
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Hasselblad Launches Rent a Hasselblad

November 16, 2017
Hasselblad Launches Rent a Hasselblad

a New Way to Experience and Take Advantage of Hasselblad Medium Format Technology ‘Rent a Hasselblad’ enables easier and on-demand access to Hasselblad medium format cameras and lenses for photography enthusiasts and professionals. Hasselblad, the leading manufacturer of medium format cameras and lenses, is introducing the ‘Rent a Hasselblad’ service. The service has been...
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Mirrorless is no longer a niche.

July 6, 2016
Mirrorless is no longer a niche.

Recently, we saw two announcements in the photographic world regarding mirrorless cameras: Sigma announced pricing and availability for its recently announced SD Quattro Mirrorless camera. Hasselblad announced the X1D, the world’s first medium format mirrorless cameras. I have been covering mirrorless cameras on my blog for years and am very well versed in the...
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Medium Format Goes Mirrorless

June 22, 2016
Medium Format Goes Mirrorless

Today, June 22, 2016, Hasselblad announced in a Livestream event the world’s first medium format mirrorless camera, the Hasselblad X1D. Mirrorless medium format is something that I, personally, have been waiting for for a long time. At first blush, the Hasselblad X1D’s design is vaguely reminiscent of Sony’s “plate and cylinder” approach used on...
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Hasselblad Announces the H6D

April 7, 2016
Hasselblad Announces the H6D

75 years at the forefront of imagery, Hasselblad continues to innovate Hasselblad began its journey when founder, Victor Hasselblad, refused to simply copy an aerial surveillance camera at the request of the Swedish government who asked him if he had the skills to produce a camera identical to one that had been captured. He...
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