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Hasselblad H3D II

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-19 20:52:00
Hasselblad H3D II Digital SLR : Hasselblad’s H3D line of products achieve a new level of digital maturity and integration with the launch of the H3D-II, the fourth iteration of the camera system and one that can now justifiably lay claim to be the world’s finest digital SLR camera. Offering unsurpassed image quality delivered through an outstanding combination of hardware, software and lenses, the H3D-II is the clear leader in the high-end DSLR category, now a recognized segment of the photographic market. The H3D-II is available immediately worldwide through Hasselblad’s national subsidiaries and channel partners with a retail price of 26.500€ for the H3D-39II, 21.500€ for the H3D-31II, and 17.900€ for the H3D-22II, excluding tax.


Hasselblad Masters Award

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-08-13 21:00:00
Hasselblad Masters Award 2008 : As you probably know, the Hasselblad Masters Award, one of the most prestigious awards in the industry, has made a reputation over the years by celebrating the best in both established and rising photographic talent. The Masters Awards are given in recognition of a photographer’s contribution to the art of photography and are judged on overall photographic ability, encompassing creativity, composition, conceptual strength, and technical skill. Hasselblad has awarded twelve separate Masters Awards each year, with an annual calendar presented featuring the winners’ work. Past Masters have included both renowned artists of international standing e.g. Albert Watson, Anton Corbijn or Patrick Demarchelier.


Hasselblad FlexColor software

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-10 22:44:00
Hasselblad FlexColor software : The Hasselblad FlexColor software for image capture and processing continues to set new standards for digital photography. The software has always been free of charge for Hasselblad users. Digital correction for vignetting implemented as DAC level III completing Hasselblad’s development of digital lens corrections, which started out with correction for color aberration (DAC level I) and distortion (DAC level II). The correction is continuously adjustable between 0 and 100%. andheld capture at longer exposure times is improved by a short capture delay after the mirror-up movement. This minimizes vibration during exposure. The optional delay is 50 msec per default, and can be set from 0 to 200 msec.


Hasselblad H3D-31

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-01-29 21:00:00
Hasselblad H3D-31 DSLR camera : Hasselblad extends the appeal of its outstanding H3D DSLR camera system to a new professional photographic audience with the launch of the Hasselblad H3D-31, the 31 megapixel version of the H3D-39, the first 48mm full-frame DSLR camera system. Featuring near full-frame capture, the H3D-31 uses a 44×33mm sensor enhanced with micro-lenses to boost ISO rating one stop to a new maximum of ISO 800. The system’s new high-speed capture architecture, which is common to all H3D models and enables the fastest possible operation, also gives the H3D-31 an impressive capture rate of 1.2 seconds per image in either mobile or tethered mode. These features give the H3D-31 the highest burst rate of the H3D family.






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