Hasselblad V1D – Back to square
This morning in Photokina, Hasselblad announced two new models with a concept camera. We are much more interested into the concept one.
As part of the Hesselbald’s 75 years celebration, the Swedish maker launched a concept called “4116 V1D” concept which is developed typically on company’s V systems. This particular concept promises the future of imaging devices.
This particular concept is using Sony’s 75 megapixel CMOS sensors which is a square one. The most interesting part of this concept is the customization of the camera. Both the sides contains modules which is for controls and gripping purpose and the bottom-up sides contains LCDs and view finder. The whole concept floats around photographer’s comfortability.
Hasselbald has released the system’s pictures on its official website and our team at Photokina might be able to shoot something out of it. Although there is no information on the commercial version of this system and when will it be available.