Today I can delightfully bring you news of two new devices from Hasselblad. The first one is the H4D-31, which is available at a price tag of $13,132 (without tax). There will be two bundles on offer one with a CF-lens adapter for V-System users or the other comes with a 80mm lens.
However they both have the latest Phocus 2.6 software by Hasselblad, as well as having an amazing resolution of 31-megapixels, which captures plenty of detail for producing very high-quality prints. Features for the H4D-31 include True Focus and yaw rate sensor technology.
The second device that I want to bring to your attention is the CFV-50, which brings a before any taxes added price of $15,750. This model incorporates an impressive 50-megapixel sensor and is equipped with an advanced DAC lens correction system.
As for storage you can either use a CF card or take advantage of the tethered option. Head on over to Engadget to read more information on the H4D-31 and CFV-50. What do you think of either of the above models and will you buy one?