The H2D-39 is the world’s first high-end, digital auto-focus camera based on a 39 million pixel sensor. The H2D-39 is designed around the Hasselblad H2 camera and is completely compatible with the H system range of central shutter lenses, the most advanced high-performance lenses in the world. The H2D-39 also includes a range of extended digital features including digital APO Correction technology and Instant Approval Architecture.

XXL Quality: 39 million pixels
The H2D-39 uses a 39 megapixel sensor that is more than twice the physical size of today’s 35mm sensors. This sensor holds more and larger pixels, which guarantees superior image quality and provides moiré free color rendering without gradation break-ups in even the finest lit surfaces. This sensor produces the largest digital files currently available for professional photography, making them ideal for the most demanding, high resolution printing applications and give the photographer increased flexibility and creative control when cropping or enlarging for printing. The H2D-39 represent the finest image capture quality possible; all images are the result of the superior performance of the H System camera and lenses and have been fine tuned with Hasselblad’s unique digital APO correction technique.


Hasselblad is creating a new standard of digital image quality for professional photographers with the announcement of a new camera and three camera backs based on the combination of Hasselblad’s new, true 39 megapixel CCD sensor and its unique Digital APO Correction (DAC) technology. This new line of products features the new Hasselblad Natural Color Solution, which takes digital photographic color reproduction to an entirely new level. The new products also deliver images of unsurpassed sharpness and resolution and at the same time reduce any moiré effect to a minimum – a first in the history of digital photography.

Features:
Sensor size: 39 Mpixels
Sensor dimensions: 36.7 x 49.0 mm
Image size (8/16 bit RGB): RAW capture 78 MBytes, lossless compressed 50 MBytes (average)
ISO 50, 100, 200 and 400
Longest shutter speed: 32 seconds
Image storage: CF card type II (write speed >20 MB/sec), New Image Bank 80 GB external hard drive or tethered to Mac or PC
Storage capacity: Over 1500 images with 80 GB disk
Battery type: Li-ion (powered from the H2D camera grip)
Capture rate: 35 captures per minute
Color display: 2.2 inch OLED type, 24 bit color
Histogram feedback
IR filter: Mounted on CCD sensor
Acoustic feedback
File format: Lossless compressed Hasselblad 3F RAW
Macintosh: OSX. PC: NT, 2000, XP
Host connection type: FireWire 800 (IEEE1394b)
Battery capacity: H2D camera system, Li-ion battery: 250 captures in 4 hours
Dimensions: Complete camera w. 2,8/80 mm lens: 153 x 131 x 213 mm [W x H x D]
Weight: 2175 g (Complete camera with Li-Ion battery and CF card)

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