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Best of both worlds? MF CMOS sensor from Hasselblad



 
 
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Old March 5th 14, 11:00 AM posted to rec.photo.digital
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Default Best of both worlds? MF CMOS sensor from Hasselblad

http://www.hasselblad.com/products/h-system/h5d-50c

Officially launched now, worlds first CMOS medium format sensor.

50 MP
Up to ISO 6400, unprecedented in digital MF
14 stops of dynamic range
Up to 12 minutes of exposure
1.5 fps
32.9 x 43.8mm sensor - 171% of FF, 62% of MF
16 bit color depth

Same price as the H5D-50 (i.e. super expensive).


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Old March 5th 14, 12:42 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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Default Best of both worlds? MF CMOS sensor from Hasselblad

On Wed, 05 Mar 2014 10:00:58 +0000, Sandman wrote:

http://www.hasselblad.com/products/h-system/h5d-50c

Officially launched now, worlds first CMOS medium format sensor.

50 MP Up to ISO 6400, unprecedented in digital MF 14 stops of dynamic
range Up to 12 minutes of exposure 1.5 fps 32.9 x 43.8mm sensor - 171%
of FF, 62% of MF 16 bit color depth

Same price as the H5D-50 (i.e. super expensive).


Not even as large as 16 on 120 film. Is this a Hasselblad joke?



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Old March 5th 14, 01:59 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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Default Best of both worlds? MF CMOS sensor from Hasselblad

In article , Neil Ellwood wrote:

Sandman:
http://www.hasselblad.com/products/h-system/h5d-50c


Officially launched now, worlds first CMOS medium format sensor.


50 MP Up to ISO 6400, unprecedented in digital MF 14 stops of
dynamic range Up to 12 minutes of exposure 1.5 fps 32.9 x 43.8mm
sensor - 171% of FF, 62% of MF 16 bit color depth


Same price as the H5D-50 (i.e. super expensive).


Not even as large as 16 on 120 film. Is this a Hasselblad joke?


Huh? What do you mean? The H5D-50C sensor is 62% of 120 film. Their 60 MP
sensor's are 53.7x40.2mm, which is still "only" 93% of MF.

Leaf has a 53.7x40.4mm sensor, same as Phase One. But that's really the
absolute top of the line, no one is making a full format MF sensor.

The H5D-50 back from Hasselblad isn't considered a "joke" by any
photographer... ever.


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Old March 5th 14, 02:08 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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Default Best of both worlds? MF CMOS sensor from Hasselblad

In article , cral.elllwood2
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On Wed, 05 Mar 2014 10:00:58 +0000, Sandman wrote:

http://www.hasselblad.com/products/h-system/h5d-50c

Officially launched now, worlds first CMOS medium format sensor.

50 MP Up to ISO 6400, unprecedented in digital MF 14 stops of dynamic
range Up to 12 minutes of exposure 1.5 fps 32.9 x 43.8mm sensor - 171%
of FF, 62% of MF 16 bit color depth

Same price as the H5D-50 (i.e. super expensive).


Not even as large as 16 on 120 film. Is this a Hasselblad joke?


It's kind of like the relation between APS-C and 35mm, only Hasselblad
is doing about 1.3:1 instead of 1.6:1.


 




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