Hasselblad launches $12,000+ 907X and CFV100C digital back
Hasselblad has introduced the 907X & CFV 100C, a new medium format camera system that doubles the resolution of its predecessor, 2019's 907X & CFV II 50C.
The combination is compatible with all XCD, HC/HCD, and Xpan lenses, and features a 100MP 43.8 x 32.9mm BSI CMOS sensor.
The 907X and CFV features a waist-level viewfinder, leather-like coverage, and a chrome frame. The viewfinder can be tilted upward from 40 to 90 degrees to provide a range of perspectives.
As with its predecessor, photographers can also use their film camera with the CFV 100C sensor while also shooting at waist level.
The rear of the CFV II features a 3.2-inch touchscreen display and 2.36 million resolution. The 907X & CFV 100C combo features Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) with 294 zones spread over the 100-megapixel sensor surface. There’s also face detection capabilities, and a handy 1TB of built-in storage, along with a CFexpress Type B card slot.
The 1TB SSD has claimed write speeds of up to 2370MB/s and read speeds of up to 2850MB/s.
Via the Phocus Mobile 2 app, it's also possible to link the 907X & CFV 100C with an iPad or iPhone via built-in Wi-Fi to transmit full-size JPG/RAW images.
And the price? Well, prepare yourself. The Hasselblad 907X & CFV 100C is now available to order for USD $8,199 USD ($12,439 AUD), and that's before you add any lenses to the kit.
It's worth mentioning that no local pricing or local availability has been confirmed, so it could cost a fair bit more than this.
Regardless, we expect it will be distributed by D1, who became distributor last year after CR Kennedy relinquished duties.