Hasselblad launches world's first 39MP digital SLR camera

Posted on Tuesday, January 10 2006 @ 2:23 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Hasselblad announced the H2D-39 digital SLR camera and the CF-39, CF-39MS and CFH-39 camera backs based on Hasselblad's first 39 megapixels CCD sensor.
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.
These new products will be available later this quarter. More details can be found over here.

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