Hasselblad launches $12,000+ 907X and CFV100C digital back

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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.

Image: Hasselblad
Image: Hasselblad

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.

Image: Hasselblad
Image: Hasselblad

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.

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