Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back Driver
Hasselblad H3DII megapixel Digital Camera How much will this megapixel mammoth set you back when it debuts in October? The new H3DII from Hasselblad packs in Kodak's megapixel i've used hasselblads with very high res digital backs on numerous. After scoring a bargain Hasselblad H3DII kindly pointed out on my very own Looking back, the image quality coming of age of digital medium format Switch to CMOS imminent for medium format market; – 50MP.
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Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back Driver
Tech vs tech, there's simply no comparison.
Nikons are alien tech, light years ahead. Think of muscle cars. Is there anyone who buys them for the tech?
First impressions of the Hasselblad H3DII–50 camera system
What they make you feel is their special sauce, not their tech. I'm not good at car analogies, but you get my point.
During those months inI've had this shoot: You can understand that "satisfaction" thing looking at the size of my smile. That feeling is something no shiny new sensor or AF Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back in the Nikon-of-the-year will offer you.
Some things it simply does better, but I'll leave that for another time. All of my current Hasselblad V system equipment was paid fully by myself, because I felt it was the best choice for me at the time, which predates the relationship with Hasselblad for borrowing equipment.
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Thus, this report represents my genuine opinions and findings. Build quality, ergonomics and handling When I started shooting with the Hasselblad H3DII, I was pleasantly surprised that the camera is very user friendly—I figured out how everything works within about ten minutes without reading the manual. If you are not a novice in photography and cannot figure out how a camera works Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back a manual, it is the fault of the manufacturer, not yours.
Generally, the H3DII gives the impression of a solid professional tool that is easy to use—it seems to have everything that a serious photographer might need and, thankfully, is not clogged with useless features with the sole exception of the tiny Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back flash, perhaps. The H3DII system is made of what seems the best possible combination of high quality plastics and metal.
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All crucial parts where durability and precision are paramount e. Many of us love old fashioned, all metal cameras; I, however, feel that the use of plastics was perfectly justified—the system is far from light Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back it is and I think Hasselblad have achieved a very good balance between delivering adequate build quality and reducing the weight. The camera has an integrated grip that incorporates the battery.
On the one hand, I realise that this probably is the most sensible solution to include a power source without adding an unnaturally protruding part. On the other hand, the grip significantly adds to the bulk and, at Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back on a psychological level, weight of the camera. When you mount one of the massive H series zooms, the combo becomes almost unwieldy—try nursing it for a couple of days and you will know what I mean. To also put it into perspective, my Kirk BH—1 tripod ball head seemed barely adequate for the use with the system.
Most controls seem to be logically placed if you enjoy Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back camera operation, that is, which I am not a big fan ofalthough I really wish the buttons were larger. They are small to the extent that you have to pay attention to pressing them as if you are handling something fragile; using the camera when wearing Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back is rather unrealistic. The mirror—up button is located at the front of the bridge that connects the camera and the grip and thus it is right there under your fingertips.
At first glance this is great and how it should be on all cameras; however, when the HTS 1. The 50MP back, unfortunately, shows luminance histogram only. I have already complained about the lack of RGB histogram in my review of the CFV—39 and have to reiterate it again here. A simple luminance histogram simply does not suffice Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back make a knowledgeable judgment on exposure. This is further complicated by the contradictions I often saw between what the histogram and highlight warning indicated: In such instances it is not obvious what exactly is going on; furthermore, this issue is exacerbated by the highlight image quality problem I describe Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back.
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Lenses I did quick—and—dirty tests of the lenses and, to Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back to the chase, they appear first rate. Its real drawback is that it is huge—when I mounted it on the camera for the first time I instantly thought that were I to own the system I would certainly use prime lenses only. In short, I expect all H series lenses to be very fine. This being said, my impression has been that the best Hasselblad V series lenses are still a notch better.
I cannot Hasselblad H3DII-50 Digital Back or support this claim with evidence, so take it with a pinch of salt.