Hasselblad is set to launch a new ‘back to the future’ CMOS sensor-based digital back, targeting its legions of dedicated V System photographers worldwide.
The new CFV-50c, which will have an €11,000 price tag, is engineered to work on almost every V camera made by the company since 1957.
The state-of-the-art back boasts the same feature-rich functionality and performance level as the acclaimed H5D-50c camera, providing V System users with a unique opportunity to benefit from latest digital capture technology, including outstanding ISO capability.
Key features of the new CFV-50c:
CMOS sensor with ISO values up to 6400 provides lower noise levels, guaranteeing crisp clean images and picture-perfect colours.
Long exposures with clean, noise-free images.
Simple operation: no external cables required. (The CFV is the only digital back to offer this for V cameras)
Live Video in Phocus in colour: Plus much higher frame rate than earlier CCD-based CFV backs.
Larger LCD screen with higher resolution.
New menu system and button layout.
Ninety degree viewfinders. Now photographers can use the PM90 and PME90 viewfinders. (Easier portrait or vertical shooting)
12.5 MPixel JPEG option (in addition to the RAW file).
New programmable button – a shortcut to a photographer’s most frequently used function.
Classic Hasselblad square crop option.
Remote control option from Phocus using a 500EL-type or 503CW with winder.
See full press release Here.
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