Hasselblad Offers 200 Megapixel H4D-200MS Camera

. May 25, 2011 . 0 Comments

Hasselblad’s 200 megapixel H4D 200MS camera is based on a 50-megapixel sensor but composites six shots to create the effective resolution. The camera relies on a piezoelectric motor to create the image and takes about 30 seconds, making it more suitable for static subjects such as jewelry, watches, cars, and paintings for reproduction.

Three Cameras in One
The H4D-200MS includes all the functionality of the H4D-50 and H4D-50MS – True Focus, Ultra Focus, digital lens Correction plus a range of top of the line features that make the H4D such an outstanding camera system – and provides three distinct capture modes in one ultimate photographic package.

Normal single-shot capture for 50Mpix resolution images of live subjects.

Four Shot, 50Mpix Multi-Shot capture for high detail images of still subjects.

Six Shot, 200Mpix Multi-Shot capture for the ultimate in still subject capture.

The H4D-200MS capture unit can also be used on a view camera by way of an H System adapter. The digital capture device can work with electronic shutters like those from Rollei and Schneider, either stand-alone using the flash sync signal from the shutter or together with Phocus, allowing full control of the electronic shutter from the computer.

Hasselblad announced the H4D-200MS last September at the Photokina show

Read more: http://www.hasselblad.com/products/h-system/h4d-200ms.aspx

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