In this day and age of tiny and slim gadgets pounding the market, this camera maker holds opposing views. Hasselblad has launched the world’s first 48mm, full-frame DSLR camera system, the Hasselblad H3D that takes the shooting flexibility to the new pinnacle with its two versions starting at 22-megapixels to whopping 39-megapixels. It integrates a waist-level viewfinder that offers a suppleness to a photography fanatic. The camera’s full-frame concept offers unique control of image composition and the large format light channel provided by the H3D enables the use of the largest image sensors currently available – 48×36 mm – more than twice the size of even the largest 35 mm camera sensors.
Other key specs of the camera are a 28mm HCD lens, Natural Color Solution, ISO range of 50 – 400, a long shutter speed of 32 seconds, and a 2.2-inch OLED color display. The dimensions of that 39-megapixel frame are 5412×7212 pixels, filling up well over 110MB per picture. With hordes of tempting features, we can take a heavy price tag for the Hasselblad H3D positively. No word on exact pricing but we’re sure that the sum will exceed $40,000.