Hasselblad is one of the oldest companies that are still making cameras. They are best known for their high-end modular medium format cameras. Modular medium format cameras have very good capture quality. They take high resolution gallery style pictures. So as you can guess many wedding photographers or landscapers own this as their first choice for photography. Hasselblad has recently announced the new H6D-100c and the H6D-50c with amazing resolution and capture.
The H6D-100c has a 100 megapixel CMOS sensor and the H6D-50c has a 50 megapixel CMOS sensor. The names kind of make sense now. With that high picture resolution the H6D-100c can also do 4K video in RAW. This is the first medium format to have 4K video captures. The H6D-50c on the other hand has a 1080p30 video capture quality. Which is also pretty good. Cause 4K has not yet turned into one of those “got to have” specs in the tech industry just yet. 1080p is still preferred by more half the video watching population.
Anyhow both of these cameras have a shutter speeds that go from 60 minutes to 1/2000th of a second. On the H6D-100c we have an ISO range up to 12800, 15 stop dynamic range, 1.5fps burst mode and on the H6D-50c we have 14 stops, 1.5fps burst mode 2.5fps. On both the devices we have a USB 3.0 with Type C connector, Wi-Fi, HDMI, dual card slot, 3.0-inch 920k dot touchscreen, and full support for H lens range.
The H6D-100c has a price of $32,995, which is about €28,900 and the 50c has a price of $25,995, which converts to €22,900. So, as we can see they are not cheap by any means. But for a professional photographer, they are worth it.