Monday, 9 May 2011

A 200-megapixel digital camera at 32 000€


The manufacturer Hasselblad launches H4D-200MS, a multishot camera that records in 200-megapixel photos. This definition is trading at € 32 000 excluding taxes.

Base, this camera has only a 50-megapixel sensor. The multishot technology gives it the resolution of 200 megapixels. Hasselblad's patented, this system uses a motor to move the sensor. In a kind of burst, the H4D-200MS can take up to 6 shots to make only one picture. The resolutions are then combined to give a file of 200 MP.

With its prohibitive cost, this unit is subject to professional photographers and studio for photographers who need a resolution for flawless quality without compromise. Depending on the position very upscale products, Hasselblad offers owners of the older generation, H2D-50MS, to update their device at the 200MS. For this, the device must be sent to the factory in Copenhagen where he will undergo a transformation. His system will also be updated. Less expensive than buying a 200MS, this operation is charged € 7000 plus VAT.

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