The H6D-400C MS includes sensor-shift and multi-shot features. As anticipated, the medium format camera doesn’t come cheap as you will be shelling out $47,995 (approximately Rs. 30,64,200) because of it. The pre-orders for the Hasselblad H6D-400c camera began on January 16 and it’ll go on sale from March this year.
The H6D-400C system features a 100 megapixel CMOS detector with measurements 53.4x40mm. To achieve the whole 400-megapixel resolution, the H6D-400c camerarelies on what Hasselblad calls Multi-Shot technology. The Multi-Shot mode is capable of shooting images. At the first four, the sensor is moved one pixel at a time to receive real colour data. Following this, the cycle returns the detector into the beginning. Then the detector is moved by half a pixel horizontally and then half a pixel to receive two knots. All the 6 images are then merged from the camera to acquire a 400-megapixel image. The company asserts the resultant image has “an astounding moire free degree of detail.”
There are particular limitations to the camera, as it has to be tethered via USB to your computer in order to utilize the multi-shot functionality. For images that don’t need to use the full 400-megapixel resolution that the H6D-400c MS also has a 100-megapixel option. The images could be captured in a single shot or even using the exact same Multi-Shot technology but just with four exposures instead of six.
Others specifications of this camera contain dual media card slots (CFast 2.0 and SD card), a three-inch touchscreen display on the rear, Hasselblad’s Authentic Focus II autofocus technologies as much as some 60-minute shutter speed, USB Type-C port, Wi-Fi, HDMI, and sound input. The H6D-400 has a native ISO range of 64 to 12,800 and can record Full HD and 4K UHD RAW movie at up to 25 fps.
Lately, users who don’t want to fork out such a huge sum of money for your camera can also let it on a daily basis. Aside from the pricing stated, the rent fee is EUR 399 (approximately Rs. 23,400) per day.