Hasselblad has launched a new camera called the X1D, which is the world's first compact mirrorless medium configuration camera. A medium configuration sensor is commonly much bigger than a full outline sensor which gives you a chance to catch far more detail and much better element range. To have the capacity to utilize this in a smaller structure variable of a mirrorless camera is a significant accomplishment.
As you would have speculated, the X1D doesn't come at the modest price as you'll be forking out around $8,995 (roughly Rs. 6,11,900) for simply the body, without charges. Two new XCD lenses were additionally declared for the camera which will retail at $2,295 (around Rs. 1,56,000) for the 45mm f/3.5 and $2695 (Approx Rs. 1,83,400) for the 90mm f/3.2.
The X1D is handcrafted in Sweden and brags of a 50-megapixel CMOS sensor and an ISO scope of 100-25600. The camera weighs 725 grams and components Wi-Fi b/g/n/ac, worked in GPS, full-HD video recording, stereo mouthpiece, little HDMI and is totally weather-proof. The X1D offers a 3-inch touchscreen with a 920K resolution alongside an electronic viewfinder with a 2.36M resolution.
Remarking on the launch Perry Oosting, Hasselblad CEO said, "The X1D marks a pivotal point in Hasselblad's rich 75-year history. This camera makes medium format photography available to a new generation of Hasselblad users, while pushing the existing limits of photography to new heights."
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