Hasselblad officially announced the medium format camera X2D 100C, with 100 megapixels, 5-axis 7-stop stabilization, PDAF phase focus, 1TB built-in SSD and other selling points, priced at 54,900 yuan. The camera is equipped with a 100-megapixel back-illuminated medium format sensor, with native ISO sensitivity as low as 64, 16-bit color depth for approximately 281 trillion colors, and 15 levels of dynamic range to retain rich light and dark details and achieve smooth and natural transitions.
Officially, Hasselblad Natural Color Solution (HNCS) further optimizes color performance to make the finished film even more stunning. No need to pre-select color modes to get a true and natural color rendering.
In terms of focusing, the official said that the X2D 100C adopts phase focusing technology, with 294 phase focusing areas spread over the 100 million pixel sensor, covering most of the area of the shooting screen, and the focusing speed is increased by 3X.
The upper and lower covers of the camera body are made of a whole piece of aviation high-strength aluminum alloy that is cut and formed by precision technology.
The Hasselblad X2D 100C is equipped with a 3.6-inch high-brightness touch screen with a resolution of 2.36 million dots. The design can be flipped to meet the needs of multi-angle shooting.
In addition, Hasselblad is the first to build a 1TB solid-state drive in a medium-format body, with a write speed of up to 2370MB/s and a read speed of up to 2850MB/s, which is 7.9 times the write speed of an SD card. The X2D 100C also has a CFexpress Type B card slot for additional storage space.
There are also three new XCD lenses released together, the 38V is priced at 24,900 yuan, the 55V is priced at 24,900 yuan, and the 90V is priced at 28,900 yuan.