The square camera, which Hasselblad has named the V1D 4116 (as in 1941 – 2016) Concept, is part of Hassy’s 75-year anniversary celebration.
You can even attach two displays, one on the back and a viewfinder on top.
“All in all, there are many ways to personalize the V1D,” writes Hasselblad.
warming filter, 10 feet focus distance, Fuji Velvia in 1996 Hasselblad E24 magazine, f/9.5 at 5 seconds (metered EV 4/5 and added ⅓ stop for reciprocity failure, split-toned print). Top Sample Images Intro History Specifications Performance Compared Usage Recommendations More The Hasselblad SWC is an all-manual mechanical camera with a permanently attached super wide-angle lens and a removable viewfinder.
1989 Hasselblad 903 SWC, no filter, 4.6 foot focus distance, Kodak T-Max 100 in 1993 A12 magazine, i Phone app says EV 4/5, I use f/22 for 40 seconds to add 1 stop for reciprocity failure. 1989 Hasselblad 903 SWC, Kodak T-Max 100 in 1993 Hasselblad A12 magazine, Gossen Luna Pro SBC. Hasselblad 903 SWC, B W B60 CR1,5 filter, focus set to 15 feet, f/8 at 1/15 on original Fuji Velvia (not Velvia 50; this is original Velvia frozen when new and expired 2006-09). The real reason you'll want to use a tripod is for precise leveling and composition.
“The proportions of the body have been carefully developed to find the perfect blend between a modern product expression and the classic Hasselblad silhouette.” Here’s a look at the camera in a few of its different configurations: Sadly, the camera is only a concept.
No release date, suggested price, or even commitment to building the thing has been announced.When compared with high-end 35mm DSLRs, the H3D delivers unmatched pixel resolution, better colors and detail rendering and a new choice of viewfinders for creative image composition.In comparison with digital backs, the H3D delivers image quality with a higher level of detail and true sharpness thanks to Hasselblad’s Digital APO Correction (DAC) and the advances of its new Ultra-Focus functionality. filter carefully balanced inside front of lens, 9 foot focus distance, Fuji Velvia in 1996 Hasselblad E24 magazine, f/16 at 30 seconds (i Phone app read EV 4 through the filter and I added a stop for reciprocity failure). More technical details, including the viewfinder view through the SWC! 1989 Hasselblad 903 SWC, Kodak T-Max 100 in 1993 A12 magazine, Gossen Luna Pro SBC. This is a standard trick in vehicle shots: they drive a car slowly with a camera mounted to it and make a long exposure, and it looks like they're doing a hundred and two and shooting right at the wheel. Sunset at the beach with eroded cliffs, 5PM, 26 January 2016. It's got plenty of depth-of-field for hand-holding at reasonable apertures, and it's easy to hand-hold at slow speeds like 1/15. warming filter, 4.2 foot focus distance (I needed the range from 3 to 9 feet rendered with optimum sharpness), Fuji Velvia in 1996 Hasselblad E24 magazine, Gossen Luna Pro SBC reads EV 11/12 at ISO 40, f/19 at 1/8. Shot on digital the sun would have blown out to a huge, ugly circle instead. filter, Kodak T-Max 100 in 1993 Hasselblad A12 magazine, Gossen Luna Pro SBC. Of course with an eighth-second exposure, the crawling train looks like it's going 85 MPH.It could very well remain a camera designer’s side-project in some folder on their work computer. To learn more about this concept cam, head over to the Hasselblad website here.