ByIngrid Wilhelmina 2019-05-31 802
If you have any doubt that this is the season of the new cameras, a recently detected record in the Bluetooth agency points to another one: A Hasselblad medium format camera that is, in turn, successor to the Hasselblad X1D-50c model without a 50 Megapixel mirror.
The registry was published at the end of December, in a web portal that is in charge of reviewing the next mirrorless cameras that are about to be announced. The only information contained in the file, apart from the unclear code numbers, is "This is a Bluetooth camera", which obviously doesn't reveal many clues.
However, the rumor site predicts that the new camera will use the same 101 megapixel/4K 30p Sony sensor as the Fujifilm GFX100S, which is expected to go on sale earlier this year for $10,000 USD and features such as body image stabilization (the first medium format camera with this feature). Could the Hasselblad X1D Mark II incorporate this?
If you share the same sensor, it will be interesting to see how Hasselblad positions the price point of your new camera.
For now, its predecessor, the Hasselblad X1D-50c sells for $7,995 USD, while the company's current 100 Megapixel model, the H6D-100c medium format DSLR, sells for $32,995.
The web portal that published the news, assumes that the camera will be announced in the coming months, so it looks like we won't have to wait long to find out.
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