This is the first, I believed, to be the most sensitive digital camera of the era. While others still struggling on the mark or 20MP or so, Hasselblad released a whopping 60MP digital camera which coded as H4D-60.
This is the sky high Megapixel resolution. But of course the digital camera also has got an impressive price mark at €28,995 – a cost of a fortune!
According to the source, this Hasselblad H4D has a true off-centre autofocus system, which translated into a feature that allow you to focus without any reposition. Here is the definition:
True off-centre Autofocus system also known as True Focus. Where even DSLRs often have to first focus and then reposition the camera to get focus significantly away from the center, the H4D has a yaw rate sensor that can detect the horizontal and vertical movement away from the focus point and refocus the lens to compensate.
That’s almost like our eyes, which is the world’s best autofocus ‘camera’. Hasselblad H4D-60 will also gets a dedicated software called Phocus 2.0 for managing your camera and data. If you think the 60MP is too expensive for you, there is another model with lower specs at 50MP for only €19,995. Yes, it’s still expensive but at least there is a €9,000 saving.
Hasselblad H4D-60 and H4D-50 will begin to ship on this January 2010.